Dwarka: Following the festival of Diwali, as the onset of winters arrived, the pollution in Delhi had risen. In the initial days, the air quality in Delhi was in the 'severe' category as the AQI crossed 450, affecting the visibility on the roads due to smog and causing difficulty in breathing. However, in the last couple of days, the pollution level in Delhi has lowered as the air quality has become 'very poor' (AQI between 300-400) from 'severe' (AQI between 400-500). The following pictures from the sub-city Dwarka are a testament to the same. While in the first photo, taken on the morning of November 3, 2022, a thick layer of smog is lingering on the roads, in the next photo, taken on the morning of November 8, 2022, the air and visibility is relatively clearer.