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In most states, firecrackers are only allowed to be used during certain hours on Diwali night. It is also illegal to sell or use certain types of firecrackers, such as those that contain more than 2 grams of gunpowder.
In some states, noise levels are not allowed to exceed a certain decibel level. It is also illegal to use noisemakers during certain hours of the day.
In most states, it is illegal to burn crackers that are made of certain materials, such as plastic. It is also illegal to burn crackers in certain areas, such as near schools or hospitals.
Gambling is a popular activity on Diwali, but it is illegal in most states of India
In most states, it is illegal to drink alcohol in public places. It is also illegal to sell alcohol during certain hours on Diwali night.
Child labour is illegal in India, but it is sometimes used in the manufacture of firecrackers and other Diwali-related items. The government has taken steps to crack down on child labour, but it remains a problem in some areas.
Sometimes seen during Diwali celebrations, some people light firecrackers on the tails of animals. The government has taken steps to raise awareness of animal cruelty, but it remains a problem in some areas.
Traffic laws are also enforced on Diwali. For example, it is illegal to drink and drive.