5. Mumbai Beaches.
While being rather famous, one would expect a certain level of present-ability from Mumbai’s famous beaches, forget hygiene, but this is what beaches (e.g Juhu Beach) in Mumbai look like on a day when they aren’t in the spotlight. Sights like these stretch on for miles at times along the coast, leading to a rather serious eco-biological problem which has severely damaged the chemical balance of the region.
4. Satellite image of smoke production in UP.
The picture says it all.
3. The Yamuna River.
Industrial discharge causes the chemical composition of the Yamuna river to change drastically, leading to a death of fauna and the widespread production of carbide foam, which covers the river, making it unsuitable for any living being.
2. A Sewage Bath.
A man bathes in a water body that is part-sewage, part-water. Bodies like these are more common than comfort lets us admit. Of all the kinds of pollution in India, water pollution is the most widespread. But nothing can compare to the last entry…
1. Delhi Air.
Bordering on deadly, an extremely polluted air ecosystem has been responsible for quite a significant number of deaths. And sights like these, are part and parcel of life for Delhi folk. With minimal measures to keep a check on pollution, which are largely ineffective, Delhi is the poster boy for pollution in India. Seriously, look at that picture.