Sustainability with The Tatwa Girl

Rethink before you buy

Reuse before you throw

Refuse what you don’t need

Reduce what is of no use

Recycle creatively

Repurpose thoughtfully


It fills me with immense joy and happiness to successfully complete yet another year and season of sustainable talks. Green Tatwa Talks has so far conducted more than 40 interviews of various eco-friendly, sustainable souls who are working towards a zero-waste lifestyle and promoting conscious living.

Sustainability with Prachi

A sustainable lifestyle is a way of living that seeks to reduce one’s environmental impact and promote long-term ecological balance. It involves making conscious choices and taking actions that minimize harm to the planet while also considering social and economic sustainability. Here are some key aspects of a sustainable lifestyle:

  1. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Embrace the “3 Rs” mantra. Reduce consumption by buying only what you need. Reuse items whenever possible, and recycle materials like paper, plastic, and glass to keep them out of landfills.
  2. Energy Efficiency: Use energy-efficient appliances and lighting, insulate your home, and reduce energy consumption by turning off lights and electronics when not in use.
  3. Transportation: Opt for public transportation, carpooling, biking, or walking to reduce your carbon footprint. Consider driving an electric or hybrid vehicle if possible.
  4. Sustainable Diet: Choose foods with a lower environmental impact, such as plant-based options, locally sourced products, and those with minimal packaging. Reducing meat consumption can significantly reduce your ecological footprint.
  5. Reduce Water Usage: Install low-flow fixtures, fix leaks promptly, and be mindful of water usage in daily activities.
  6. Waste Reduction: Minimize waste by composting organic materials and avoiding single-use plastics. Choose products with minimal packaging.
  7. Ethical Consumerism: Support companies that prioritize sustainability and ethical practices in their production processes and supply chains.
  8. Green Energy: Consider using renewable energy sources, such as solar or wind power, for your home. Many regions offer green energy options.
  9. Reduce, Repair, and Repurpose: Instead of immediately discarding broken items, try to repair or repurpose them. Avoid the disposable culture.
  10. Mindful Travel: When traveling, choose eco-friendly accommodations, support local businesses, and respect the environment and local culture.
  11. Minimalism: Declutter and focus on owning only what you truly need and value. This reduces consumption and waste.
  12. Support Sustainable Agriculture: Purchase organic and locally grown produce, and support farmers who use sustainable and regenerative farming practices.
  13. Community Engagement: Get involved in local sustainability initiatives and community projects that promote environmental awareness and action.
  14. Conscious Water Usage: Conserve water by using it wisely in everyday activities and supporting initiatives to protect water sources.
  15. Renewable Energy: If possible, invest in renewable energy sources for your home, such as solar panels or wind turbines.
  16. Environmental Education: Stay informed about environmental issues and the latest sustainable practices to make informed choices.
  17. Reduced Carbon Footprint: Offset your carbon emissions by supporting reforestation projects or purchasing carbon credits.

A sustainable lifestyle is about making mindful choices in all aspects of your life to minimize your negative impact on the planet and promote a more balanced and equitable world. It often involves a shift in mindset and a commitment to making small, everyday changes that collectively have a significant positive impact.

The Tatwa Girl

The Tatwa Girl is passionate about Panchtatwas of life/ nature and is here to help you lead an Eco-friendly Life. I’m on a mission to raise awareness for eco-friendly living and conscious sustainable choices. This blog is my first step towards eco-consciousness where I share my views, thoughts, and perspective to help you live better. In the journey of being aware and eco-friendly, I curated and created My Green Bag which consisted of creating blog posts on my website and sharing content, reels, quotations, and stories on various social media platforms to raise more awareness. In the journey of being aware and eco-friendly, I started conversing with eco-conscious people last year. I thus added Green Tatwa Talks to My Green Bag, a series of interviews with people working towards eco-friendly causes and sustainable living.

My commitment to living an eco-friendly life is my passion. Not always perfect but every step counts and it’s better to be imperfectly sustainable than put in zero effort. Trying my best to be a good citizen of the earth. Sharing what I feel, think, and learn in the journey called life.

I strongly believe – caring for the future of our planet is caring for the health and happiness of all living organisms on Earth. I’m a humanist, I should say I have become one now in my journey of consciousness and mindful living. In my day-to-day life, I shop locally, and only what’s needed, in bulk, avoiding plastic bags and containers. I may not be perfect, but I’m just doing my best to take my head out of the sand.


I started PragunTatwa as an eco-friendly journal. A way to collect my thoughts and efforts to be more eco-conscious and aware as a person. Be it my home, be it when I go shopping, as a responsible traveler, as a responsible and conscious parent, and in every other aspect of living. Join me on the journey of PanchTatwa Girl on this platform where you can learn, explore, experiment, share, and see how small changes or even one step at a time can lead to a much bigger impact in the future.

My blog is an attempt to encourage people to stay aware of the conscious choices they make in daily life. It’s a place where one needs to think of a better greener planet. Choose wisely and try to ditch disposables. Help locals and manufacturers of eco-friendly products in your area. Support those who are helping and providing consumers with conscious and sustainable products and eco-friendly options.

Green Tatwa Talks

In an effort to raise awareness and make people conscious of their choices and purchases, I’m putting in my words and voice to help make this planet a better and greener place to live. To have an Eco-friendly Life is not as a difficult task as it seems. We just need a mindset and make it a habit to choose wisely. For example, The lockdown might be over but we still carry masks do you know How to dispose of the face masks? So such simple thoughtful things are what we need to incorporate into our daily lives.

Green Tatwa Talks is an eco-friendly interview series and yet another jewel in my journey of raising awareness, towards an eco-conscious mission. On 11 November 2023, with 17 sustainable awareness episodes on my podcast, I completed two years of sustainable interviews. I thank the journeys and stories being shared. Stories of consciousness, lifestyle choices, and tips helped me share more information on sustainable choices, zero-waste lifestyle, and plastic-free living. Today, I thank all those who helped me create these episodes and made season one and season two a super success. I even want to thank both of my kiddos who helped me in each and every episode. Be it recording or mike setting, zoom checking or leaving the room for my noise-free recording, editing and choosing the music, and helping me store all my creatives and notes all over the study. They both are my constant support for sharing and raising this awareness. I’m proud to wear the hat of being called an eco blogger and eco podcaster. Listen to some wonderful eco-friendly people only on Green Tatwa Talks and get inspired to live sustainably.


Listen to the SEASON Two FINALE episode on –

Radio Public


Green Tatva Talks


Sustainability With Prachi


In light of, eco-friendly awareness tune into my podcast or YouTube channel and listen to various episodes of Green Tatwa Talks.
Support, share, and try to bring that one change in your life toward a greener tomorrow.

Looking for an Eco-friendly Life? Want to change a habit towards more sustainable living? Then join me in this mission to raise awareness and adopt more sustainable practices. Find 30 ways to Earth-friendly living   And Reasons to refuse plastic bags.

In addition, You can even listen to the episode on my podcast site praguntatwa Talks, and leave your comments on what you liked. Along with Eco-friendly discussions, I even share Positive stories of people bringing beautiful change to this world. I also have a Hindi podcast by the name – of Kisse Kahani and a Marathi podcast – Guppa Goshti. Support, share, and try to bring that one change in your life toward a greener tomorrow.

I’m just a simple eco-conscious human requesting everyone to love this planet and put in that little effort toward a better and greener tomorrow. Learning to be more environmentally friendly is easier than you think. You don’t have to jump in by changing everything, start small to make the changes more sustainable and a part of your normal life.

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