Earth Hour Celebrations: The whole world is in the dark for hours

Earth Hour celebrations: The whole world is in the dark for hours

New Delhi: Earth Day is celebrated around the world on Saturday. With the support of nature and the planets, the world has stopped using electricity for hours. Earth Hour 2022 is also celebrated in the national capital, Delhi. Electricity was turned off throughout the capital, including the Presidential Palace and IndiaGate. All the lights in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) building have been extinguished.

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Earth Hour is celebrated every year. So far this year, Earth Hour has been observed from 9:30 to 9:30 p.m. Earth Hour is celebrated every last Saturday in March. The main purpose of Earth Hour celebrations is to save energy costs around the world. The day is celebrated to focus on hundreds of developments, including nature protection and climate change. All the lights in the Presidential Palace were extinguished for hours to celebrate Earthquake.

The India Gate, which was always shining with lightning, was also silent on Saturday night. Residents of the capital, Delhi, extinguished the lights of their homes and illuminated themselves for an hour in the traditional light of the world. Saves the power of the clock in this regard. Not only in the national capital Delhi but also in various cities and villages across the country.

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