Diwali is a time of celebration, but comes also with the fear of terrible pollution levels, increased health troubles, especially for children, elderly, the ill and pets at home. Unfortunately, shutting ourselves indoors does not help because the pollution inside is five times more than outside. Here’s a dekko at what you can actually do.
There is no surprise about air pollution, which remains high during winter every year after the Diwali celebrations. It is the time when you can experience a rise in AQI, which results in worst air quality. It is during the winter when you experience temperature transposal, wherein the cold air gets trapped by a layer of warm air. In this