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All types of pollution in Hindi language?

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Air pollution, water pollution, & ground pollution.

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Its a national language of India. It is spoken all over India

hindi is the language spoken in the northern part of india, mainly in the states of uttar pradesh, bihar, Haryana, rajasthan and delhi. the accent and the pronunciation of words is different in all these states but the language is the same. people of all Religions in india speak thiss language.

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Yes, pollution is a contributing factor. There are many types of pollution, all of which cause degradation of the natural environment.

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