Atmospheric pollution iscurrently the biggest problem in big cities due to industrialization of thewhole world. Which has been seen in Delhi after Diwali in 2016 and 2017 that, howair pollution is hazardous to human health as well as for the whole nature. Atmosphericpollution is one of the major sources of different chemical or elementalcontamination (Allaa et al., 2013) and it isvery peril for humans. And this peril increases, even more, when the heavy metal (metalwhich have specific weight more than 5gm.
cm-3) contaminationincreases in the environments. The main heavy metals are- As, Co, Cr, Cu, Fe,Hg, Mg, Mn, Mo, Ni, Pb, Sn and Zn. Some heavy metals such as Cu, Fe, Zn, Mo andCo are essential for plants.
Micro amounts of some heavy metals such as Cr, Niand Sn are necessary for animals, But Cd, Hg and Pb are neither necessaryfor plants nor for animals. Cr, Cu, Fe V etc. metals are essential for properoperation of the metabolic processes of the body, but if their concentrationexceeds the maximum permissible limit can be proven to be fatal, nowadays someheavy metals like Cr, Cu, Ni, Zn etc. have been the subject of discussion inthe context of environmental pollution. Some of these heavy metals are only asmall fraction of PM2.
5 and this small fraction can cause cancer anddeath for all living things. As the industrial importance of these metals isbeing established every day, new factories are being established, due to whichdaily these metals are stored as waste and in abundance of these metals theenvironment gets absorbed in toxicity. And this absorbed toxicspecies enter the human body through inhalation, ingestion and dermal contact(Lu et al 2010; Ferreira and De, 2005; Cao et al., 2014).
This kind of pollutedair causes health problems, disease and death. Health Risk Assessment has beendone in some places in India recently (Rumana et al.,2014; Parveen et al., 2016), but never before in this area has beenreported. This study area includes Raipur, which is one of the top 20 pollutedcities of the world ().