Monday, September 24, 2018

Kahani Ghar Ghar ki ...


Mere Desh ki Mitti ....  I won't Mitaao it with sweeping & swabbing ' swears my nephew Aamen.
' Whaaaaa..... ttt ? Tere Desh Ki Mitti ? Ok , fine then gather it in the dust pan and cultivate Gold , Diamonds, Pearls whatever on it... Just Do It. ' - I scream.
' Mouse the Trouse, your OCD for cleanliness is worse than Kenny Sebastian's mom.' - Aamen the Caveman.
' Don't Kenny-zone me. ' 

' Har ghar kuch kehta hain, Aamen are you listening ? Your Ghar is seeking attention - Declutter me, clean me, swab me , air me and pamper me like a family member. I want to feel royale so that you can enjoy my majestic charm. I know you love stories. Here's my story ... Kahani Ghar Ghar ki. '





























Once upon a time, India was the most fertile, prosperous and leading nation of the world. Indians were happy, healthy and wealthy. Naturally the atmosphere was clean, clear and pure. Alas! that's all History and present is SCARY. Care to know, Yeh kya hua ? Kaise hua ?

Let's do introspection. You dump your leftover food and scrap into the single, uncovered bin. You never separate your wet and dry garbage. You escalate the air, water pollution through daily garbage, cluttering your homes with rusty tins, plastic bags-bottles etc. You forget to repair your clogged basins , sinks-pipes. You ignore doing yearly Pest Control. You neglect routine cleaning at home, and then you suffer from cough, cold, Dengue, Malaria etc.


Some pollutants are emitted from building and construction materials and indoor equipment. These pollutants degrade the quality of air within your home. You spend a substantial amount of time indoors. Breathing in polluted air can lead to a whole host of health issues, from headaches to sever respiratory disorders. One of the major indoor air pollutants is formaldehyde. It is 
emitted by construction materials including plywood, MDF and adhesives – all of which are used in making furniture. The resins used in the manufacture of these adhesives degrade and emit formaldehyde. Formaldehyde has severe health issues. 

Are you aware that 13 of the world's top 20 most polluted cities are in India. But, the air inside your home can be up to 5 times more polluted than the air outside. In Modern times, it's a privilege to stay in metro to achieve your Goals. to reach the summit of your chosen career. You have no option but to live in a glass & concrete  urban jungle which directly affects the quality of air you breathe. 



You have a few getaways in natural surroundings. Your Villages are pristine with Sunny beaches. Silvery sands, Scenic sea , ravishing rivers , majestic mountains , verdant valleys and fragrantly fresh forests. Nature is Pure , Natural air is Cleaner and still for how much time can you stay outside cities ?  At the end of the picture perfect picnic , you must return to your matchbox apartments. 




You have the solution to your problem. You are responsible for your Present situation and you are capable of making your homes healthy, sunny, bright. Let me Share some Gharelu tips & tricks to ensure clean air inside home. Indoor air pollution can have a severe negative impact on our health. Let's keep our homes spic and span. Daily sweeping , swabbing, yearly Pest-control are must. Remove all clutter, scraps, old unwanted, broken, rusted things from home. Get all leakages, taps, pipes, windows, doors repaired. Plant Tulsi ( Holy Basil ), Aloe Vera which are pure source of oxygen and have medicinal properties. Sanitation and hygiene begin at homes and affect our Health. Our children learn hygienic habits by imitating us enthusiastically. The parents must learn good sanitation and hygiene habits. They must practice them earnestly. Children would follow parents. Good hygiene and sanitation practice will surely transform India at large for the better environment and brighter future. 



Finally , Let's pledge for clean air with Royale ATMOS - A Paint that helps purify air.  It's activated carbon technology reduces harmful air pollutants and makes the air cleaner.The foul smells that persist within a room degrade indoor air. These bad odours linger and act as air irritants. Royale Atmos also improves air quality by absorbing certain foul smells. There is a select range of household odours that it absorbs including nicotine, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, sweat, garlic and makes the air fresher. It looks good and improve the air quality inside your home. It reduces formaldehyde, a dangerous indoor pollutant.
          

Royale Atmos gives a luxurious look due to its rich, smooth Matt finish. It provides best-in-class washability, excellent stain and scrub resistance thanks to its Teflon Surface Protector. Royale Atmos has excellent durability, lasting an average of 5-6 years. It has Green Assure Seal which means it is VOC safer and Environment-friendly Royale Atmos is the first Asian Paints product to have a fragrance, instead of the normal chemical smell of paints.

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25 comments:

  1. Wow.. beautiful Asian Paints homes. I Love them

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  2. Beautiful pictures. Asian paints has been there for decades and still going strong!

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  3. Some real nice tips you've mentioned. Delhi is super dirty, I mean it does look clean and pretty but that's just some parts of it. And I want to get some indoor plants that will not only spruce the place up, but keep the indoor ambience clean. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. We always trust Asian Paints for our home. With Royale Atmos they've gone a step further and blended beauty with safety too.

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  5. Agree with your views. Keeping house and surroundings clean can keep you happy n healthy.
    #MyFriendAlexa #ilaenjoys #Blogchatter

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  6. I liked the fact that Royal Atmos removes the smell of so many things especially Garlic. Every time we prepare a Garlic dish at home the smell is abominable. And a paint with a fragrance, that is indeed great! Great article.

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  7. These are some lovely tips though I visit India once a year but can't still relate to all these points.

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  8. We have always trusted Asian paints. Beautiful pictures

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  9. you had me with the joke on kenny's moms.
    beautiful pics bytheway... a home Kenny's mom would approve of. ;)

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  10. You are responsible for your Present situation and you are capable of making your homes healthy, sunny, bright - this line is so important! I love decluttering. Sometimes a little too much.

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  11. DeCluttering is very important to keep mind and body healthy. Good to know about Asian paints Eco friendly Paint option. thanks for writing on a very important and useful topic.

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  12. I wasn't aware that there is a paintthat can purify the air too! Interesting concept

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  13. I have always trusted Asian Paints when it comes to my house. The way they push themselves to be more health-friendly is praiseworthy. That is why this company is trustworthy.
    #readbypreetispanorama for #MyFriendAlexa

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  14. I really thought u were going to share a story and at the end when I read about the paints I smiled. #wordsmithkaurreads

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  15. Isn't it weird that people create products first and then after a few years say those products aren't good and the create another version and after multiple versions they go back to the initial one. This was the first thought that came to my mind when I got to know about this Asian Paints Royale atmos.

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  16. Thanks for the recommendation. This has come in at the right time with Diwali approaching. #surreads #myfriendalexa #blogchatter
    Cheers!
    Surbhi from www.prettymummasays.com

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  17. Thanks for sharing this with me, Diwali is here , would like to try this

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  18. Preetytiwari85@gmail.comSeptember 26, 2018 at 1:13 AM

    #MyFriendAlexa#DelhibloggerReadssich a simple and easy to do tips for clean indoor airs. Will try aloe Vera plant in my home . Keep sharing the beautiful and useful tips

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