Excessive noise in the pink city has spoiled the mood of the people, noise pollution is highest here

Jaipur : Due to noise pollution, the mood of the capital Jaipur, which was calm, composed and relaxed till a few years ago, has started changing. Now the mood of the Pink City has become deaf, irritable and aggressive. Today I will tell you about its causes and effects as to why the noise in the capital is increasing and the nature is changing.

Condition of noise pollution in the capital Jaipur (in decibels)
Location Zone Day Night
Governor’s House Silence Zone 68.6 61.6
Rare G Silence Zone 66.3 62.9
Mansarovar Residential 59 62
Shastri Nagar Residential 75.5 72.7
Rajapark Commercial 59.9 63
Choti Chaupar Commercial 72.9 75.4
VKI North Industrial 64.4 64.5
Sitapura Industrial 64.5 66.4

* Day (6am to 10pm)
* Night (10 pm to 6 am)
The noise pollution standard in the silence zone is 50 decibels during the day and 40 decibels at night.
– 55 decibels during daytime and 45 decibels at night in residential zones
– 65 decibels during day and 55 decibels at night in commercial zones
– 75 decibels during daytime and 70 decibels at night in industrial zones

Actually, the figures of the Pollution Control Board are going to tell us such a bitter truth which we are not taking seriously right now but in the coming days, these are going to become the biggest reason for our physical and mental health. Actually, for the condition of noise pollution in the capital Jaipur, the Pollution Board has created eight zones in four categories in Jaipur. The area of ​​Governor House and Durlabh G Hospital comes in the silence zone. The ideal condition of noise here should be 50 decibels during the day and 40 decibels at night, on the contrary, here it is more than 68 decibels during the day and more than 61 decibels at night. Similarly, the standard in the residential area should be 55 decibels during the day and 45 decibels at night.

Mansarovar, which falls in this category, has a noise level of 59 decibels during the day and 62 decibels at night. Despite Mansarovar being a residential area, there are more noisy activities at night which is a matter of concern. Shastri Nagar has a noise level of more than 75 decibels during the day and about 73 decibels at night. Rajapark and Chhoti Chaupad are considered commercial areas and here too the noise pollution is above the standards. An astonishing fact is that the standards for industrial areas are 75 decibels during the day and 70 decibels at night. In contrast, the noise level in Jaipur’s industrial areas VKI and Sitapura is even lower than the standards.

The many effects of noise pollution

mental health

Noise pollution increases stress, irritability, and anxiety and mental fatigue. It also disrupts sleep, making it difficult to function during the day.

Physical Health
Noise pollution causes respiratory irritation, a rapid pulse, and increased blood pressure. It causes headaches, and excessively loud and persistent noise can cause gastritis, colitis, and heart attacks. Sound at 85 decibels or above can damage the ears.

Ability to listen
Noise pollution causes hearing loss. Excessive noise may cause people to shout or strain to be heard, which can cause vocal cord problems.


Noise pollution not only affects humans, but also animals and the overall environment. It can cause disturbance among wildlife, which can disturb mating calls and breeding patterns