Now environmentalists say New Delhi was the world’s most polluted capital for the third straight year in 2020.
Now pollution flowing downstream from New Zealand threatening to despise the beauty of the Iconic Taj Mahal. This report has details a thick layer of toxic foam cover the surface of the Yamuna river in New Delhi on the throughout the year. The Yamuna is known to be one of the most polluted rivers in the world owing to industrial wastage dump and sierra discharges while the yamuna fulfills sixty percent of new delhi’s water need almost the same percentage of the city’s sea.
Which finds its way into the river. It is carrying dirt and pollution from daily and mature. It has also led to a rise in water levels. The Taj Mahal is located on the banks of Yamuna and you can definitely see algae on it along with other kinds of pollutants. Since the water in the Yamuna is mixed with sewage water too during the monsoon.
The water level rises and takes the pollutants with it downstream slowing only in the plains of agra city affecting the beauty of the taj mahal monument that is located on the bank. The polluted water also becomes a perfect breeding ground for insects and bacteria. You can see percent pollution at least 80 percent of the pollution in the Yamuna happens in daily. It flows and slows near agra and this pollution accumulates here spoiling the beauty of the Taj Mahal goldilocks insects that feed on the algae infest.
The yamuna water leaving ugly and stubborn green spots on the taj mahal. It is very difficult to clean these spots. Experts say the stains could permanently damage the historical structure if this is a perpetual problem apart from the river pollution and green spots a high level of atmospheric black carbon presence in its ear has also been contributing to the discoloration of the monument.