‘Water water everywhere and not a drop to drink’ this line by Samuel Taylor Colerdige still holds ground today in many places in India. Getting pure, unadulterated water is a rarity in most parts of India. A water purifier has almost become a necessity.
Water purifiers are now a common sight in urban and semi-urban households. However, there are several water purifiers which have flooded the Indian market.
Depending on the quality and source of water, you can choose from a range of water purifiers.
Consumer VOICE, has analyses several water purifiers from time to time to help you choose the best.
Some of us boil water before drinking it; some of us are resigned to buying packaged water regularly; and some of us invest in water filters and water purifiers.
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