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Celebrate the joy of Diwali with the wonderful collection of crackers from Standard God’s Gift Box. It has amazing 18 items to add sparkle to your home and hearts.

God’s Gift Box – 18 items- Content

1. Bobby Gold Sparklers – 7cm 1Box(10Pcs)

2. Bobby Crackling Sparklers – 7cm 1Box(10Pcs)

3. Jet Fountains 1Box(5Pcs)

4. Red & Green Chakkars 1Box(10Pcs)

5. Twinkling Star – 45cm 1Box(5Pcs)

6. Fire Pencils 1Box(5Pcs)

7. Hydrogen Bomb Green 1Box(5Pcs)

8. 500/5 Hitler – 10cm 1Pkt(5Pcs)

9. 1000/5 Sparrow – 6.5cm 1Pkt(5Pcs)

10. 1000/28 Redfort Medium 1Pkt(1saram)

11. Bijili Crackres Striped 1Bag(50Pcs)

12. Assorted cartoons 1Bag(5Pcs)

13. Colour Changing Butterfly 1Pc.

14. Butterfly Red & Silver 1Pc.

15. Mini Fountain – Red 1Bag(2Pcs)

16. Mini Fountain – Gold 1Bag(2Pcs)

17. Disco Flash 1Bag(2Pcs)

18. Colour Smoke Foundation 1Pc

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Safety Tips

Diwali is a wonderful festival of lights that is celebrated with complete joy and excitement. Especially with the children, this festival is always a winner because of the crackers. However, the fun and peace of Diwali can be maintained only when all safety precautions are followed thoroughly. It is a must to take the utmost care with crackers. Here are few safety tips that will ensure that you have a safe and happy Diwali.

  1. Crackers are not meant to be played with by children.
  2. Adult supervision is MANDATORY for all crackers, especially outdoor sound crackers.
  3. Store crackers safely and keep them out of children’s reach. They are highly inflammable matter.
  4. Always keep a first aid kit handy with basic emergency supplies in case of any unforeseen fire accident.
  5. Dispose of used crackers safely. Do not throw them around giving access to children and animals.
  6. Read all instructions mentioned on the box or in the manual before using any pattasu and follow the instructions correctly.
  7. These people are advised to stay away from crackers; those with chronic lung disease, breathing difficulty or asthma, heart patients, people with cochlear implants, young babies and pregnant women.
  8. Keep a safe distance from ignited pattasu.
  9. Do not throw a lighted cracker from your hand. This is very dangerous to you and those around you. It may result in injury and fire accidents.
  10. Always wear footwear when lighting crackers and wash your hands with soap after handling crackers.
  11. Light crackers with cracker lighter sticks that come with a long hand grip.