Himachal Air: Diwali Pollution In Una And Dharamshala Una Air Quality Index 153 And Dharamshala Air Quality Index 140

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In the complete report of Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Department, the Air Quality Index (AQI) of the capital Shimla has been recorded as seventy-eight and the Air Quality Index (AQI) of the tourist city Manali has been recorded as fifty-five. But the Air Quality Index (AQI) report of Himachal Pradesh’s capital Shimla and tourist city Manali has been ranked in the satisfactory category.

Himachal Air: Diwali Pollution In Una And Dharamshala Una Air Quality Index 153 And Dharamshala Air Quality Index 140

Himachal Air: Diwali Pollution In Una And Dharamshala Una Air Quality Index 153 And Dharamshala Air Quality Index 140

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Kangra – The smoke of firecrackers is most prevalent in the air of Una and Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh.

On the other hand, there has been maximum improvement in air pollution level on Diwali in entire Himachal Pradesh.

In comparison to the last few years, this year the least air pollution has been recorded in Himachal Pradesh on Diwali. Last year, on Diwali, the AQI of the entire Himachal Pradesh was at a low level of 97, which has further reduced to only 92 in 2023.

The firecrackers burnt all over Himachal Pradesh during the night of Diwali have polluted the climate of all the districts of Himachal Pradesh the most.

Una district of Himachal Pradesh and Dharamshala of Kangra district have recorded maximum air pollution due to burning of firecrackers.

According to the report of Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Board, the overall air quality index (AQI) of air pollution in Una district has been recorded at 153 and the air quality index (AQI) of Dharamshala in Kangra district has been recorded at 140.

On the other hand, according to the report of Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Department, the Air Quality Index (AQI) of Himachal Pradesh’s capital Shimla and Manali, which used to be less than fifty every year, has registered an increase this year.

In the complete report of Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Department, the Air Quality Index (AQI) of the capital Shimla has been recorded as seventy-eight and the Air Quality Index (AQI) of the tourist city Manali has been recorded as fifty-five. But the Air Quality Index (AQI) report of Himachal Pradesh’s capital Shimla and tourist city Manali has been ranked in the satisfactory category.

Also, according to the report of Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Department, the air quality index (AQI) of Paonta Sahib has been placed in the moderate zone at 111.

Also, in the report of Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Department, an increase in the level of air pollution has been recorded in the industrial areas of Himachal Pradesh, Nalagarh, Baddi, Barotiwala, Paonta Sahib. Also, due to the rain two days before Diwali, air pollution has improved to a great extent in the industrial areas of Himachal Pradesh.

Due to continuous rains, the air quality index (AQI) of industrial areas Barotiwala, Nalagarh, Kala Amb, Parwanoo, Damtal, Sundernagar of Kala Amb, Himachal Pradesh has been kept in the satisfactory zone in the report of Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Department.

It is known that Air Quality Index (AQI) less than fifty is considered the best in terms of environment and air pollution in the report of Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Department.

Whereas the Air Quality Index (AQI) of fifty-one to hundred falls in the satisfactory zone by the Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Department.

Also, when the air quality index (AQI) reaches one hundred one to two hundred, then it comes in the moderate zone of Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Department.

On the other hand, the Air Quality Index (AQI) of 201 to 300 has been ranked in the poor category by the Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Department.

On the other hand, in the report of Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Department on the day of Diwali, the Air Quality Index (AQI) of Damtal was sixty, the Air Quality Index (AQI) of Parwanoo was eighty-seven, the Air Quality Index (AQI) of Kala Amb was eighty-three, the Air Quality Index (AQI) of Barotiwala ( The Air Quality Index (AQI) of Nalagarh has been recorded at ninety-six and eighty-six.

Air Quality Index (AQI) crosses ninety-two in the report of Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Department –

Compared to the last few years, the lowest air pollution in Himachal Pradesh on Diwali of 2023 has been recorded in the report of Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Department.

Last year in 2022, Himachal Pradesh’s air quality index (AQI) on Diwali was recorded at ninety-seven and was ranked in the satisfactory category of Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Department.

In the report of Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control Department in the year 2023, the Air Quality Index (AQI) has reduced from ninety-seven to only ninety-two.

After the improvement in air pollution in entire Himachal Pradesh on Diwali, the air pollution in Himachal Pradesh has increased almost twice as much as in the last few days.

Whereas in the last few days, the Air Quality Index (AQI) of Himachal Pradesh was recorded only at the level of fifty-two, but due to Diwali, the Air Quality Index (AQI) has been recorded at ninety-two.

On Diwali, the tradition of lowest pollution in Himachal Pradesh’s capital Shimla for years came to an end –

This year on Diwali in 2023, the level of air pollution in Himachal Pradesh’s capital Shimla has recorded the highest Air Quality Index (AQI) compared to the last four-five years.

The capital Shimla city was recording the lowest Air Quality Index (AQI) due to continuous active decline in air pollution levels since the year 2020.

But this year, compared to the last few years, in Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh, breaking the tradition that has been going on for years, on the contrary, an increase of sixty-five percent has been recorded in the overall level of air pollution in the capital Shimla.

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