Results for: Yamuna

In Environmental Issues

What are the causes of pollution of River Yamuna?

The River Yamuna and other Indian rivers are being polluted due to open sewage drains, lack of sufficient sewage treatment plants, soil erosion, and by dumping plastic and oth (MORE)
In Authors, Poets, and Playwrights

Who write novel yamuna paryatan?

lfocused on the problems of Hindu widows and the urgent need to permit their remarriage,the Marathi novel 'Yamuna Paryatan', written by Baba Padmanji Mulay in 1857, which focu (MORE)
In Lakes and Rivers

Does goldfish lives in yamuna river?

No. naturally, there are no goldfish living in the Yamuna river. there might be one or two, which have been put there by their irate owners, who had enough of trying to teach (MORE)
In Animal Life

What are the causes of yamuna river?

Yamuna The Yamuna sometimes called Jamuna or Jumna is a major river in northern India having total length of approximately 1,370 kilometers. Its source is at Yamunotri and i (MORE)
In Pollution

How can you prevent pollution in yamuna?

· Switch to organic or biological farming methods · Curtail the use of pesticides and fertilizers. · Persuade polluting farmers to use pesticides in such a manner (MORE)
In Lakes and Rivers

What continent is the yamuna river in?

The Yamuna River is on the subcontinent of India, the continent Asia, but just stick with the answer of India. :P
In Lakes and Rivers

How the river yamuna is poluting?

people wash clothes on the banks of river Yamuna . people take a bath in the river as a religious practice. . people make there animals bath in the river.
In Pollution

How can you stop water polluting yamuna?

According to western researches the best way to deal with this problem is to · Switch to organic or biological farming methods · Curtail the use of pesticides and fert (MORE)
In Lakes and Rivers

What is yamuna river area?

The Yamuna is a river that is located in the northern India area. The Yamuna is also known as the Jumma or the Jamuna, and it is the largest tributary river of the Ganga (Gang (MORE)