The frothing in specific stretches of the Yamuna River, such as near ITO and the Okhla Barrage, is a yearly phenomenon. It happens especially in the winter season when the temperatures drop and the river flow is less. But what’s the reason behind this phenomenon?
Yamuna River falls victim to a harmful and thick layer of white foam every year in Delhi. People around the river, which is considered a holy entity in the country, dump various industrial and religious waste into it. This leads to the accumulation of toxic
Hindus believe that one dip in the sacred River Yamuna frees one from the torments of death. But the burden of the overgrowing population and unchecked dumping of sewage and industrial waste has rather turned it into a horrible scene. Now, River Yamuna is seeking