Every year, Delhi witnesses an abrupt spike in the mosquito population. It happens especially during rainfall and when there is a rise in the temperature. All this leads to the spread of mosquito diseases such as dengue, malaria, and chikungunya.


Although we have succeeded in diminishing the risk of malaria in Delhi, the health risk is not entirely over. To add to our woes, Aedes mosquitoes are increasing their population to attack us with dengue and chikungunya. So, how to control mosquitoes in Delhi?


Join us to learn about the diseases caused by mosquitoes in Delhi and how to save yourself from them. As part of our discussion, we will also reveal a revolutionary product that can help you live without the fear of mosquito bites.


AutoMos - Mosquito Repellent Machines



Save Yourself from Mosquito Bite Diseases with HiCare AutoMos Mosquito Repellent


Equip yourself with the ultimate mosquito protection by installing the new and super-effective AutoMos mosquito repellent machine. Thanks to HiCare, a leading pest control company with a PAN India presence, for launching this excellent mosquito repellent device. Now, you can stay safe from mosquito-borne diseases in Delhi by installing AutoMos at home and office.


How Effective is AutoMos Machine Against Mosquito-Borne Diseases


One original AutoMos refill formulated with 12% Transfluthrin works wonders when inserted in the smart AutoMos machine. It repels not just the dengue mosquitoes but also all these tiny blood-sucking creatures and flies. You will be amazed to know all this power and protection comes not at the cost of your health, as AutoMos releases 4 times less chemicals in each spray.


AutoMos is the ultimate solution to your mosquito problem. Simply install it near your window and watch as it challenges any mosquito that dares to enter. We guarantee not a single mosquito will be able to withstand the power of AutoMos. Yes, you are assured of getting 24x7 mosquito protection with this battery-operated device, even with open windows and doors.


Here is a little information for you about the types of mosquitoes and diseases they cause.


Top 5 Diseases Caused by Mosquitoes


  1. Malaria
  2. Dengue
  3. Chikungunya
  4. Zika Virus
  5. Lymphatic Filariasis / Elephantiasis


1. Malaria


Malaria is a disease caused by the Plasmodium parasite transmitted through the bite of an infected female Anopheles mosquito. Some common symptoms of malaria are fever, headaches, chills, and sweating.


2. Dengue


Delhiites are used to seeing a surge in dengue fever cases when there is an enormous population of Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes. Some common dengue symptoms are high fever, fatigue, chills, weakness, low blood platelets and dizziness.


3. Chikungunya


Aedes Aegypti is again the main culprit causing the dreaded chikungunya fever. Some common symptoms of chikungunya are severe joint pain, muscle pain, fatigue, vomiting, and high fever.


4. Zika Virus


Caused by the bite of the Aedes mosquito, Zika virus is not as common as dengue, malaria, and chikungunya in India. However, some common symptoms of the Zika virus are joint and muscle pain, rash, high fever, and weakness.


5. Lymphatic Filariasis / Elephantiasis


When a mosquito transmits Brugia Malayi, Wuchereria Bancrofti, and Brugia Timori to a person through a bite, the result is Elephantiasis. Some common symptoms of Elephantiasis are swollen limbs and pain in muscles. If not treated on time, it can damage the lymphatic system.


Tips to Save Yourself from 5 Deadly Mosquito-Borne Diseases in Delhi


You alone may or may not control mosquitoes in Delhi, but you can save yourself from mosquito-borne diseases by following some tips:


1.      Keep Yourself Covered: Mosquitoes look for exposed body parts to bite you. So, wear protective clothing to keep yourself covered as much as possible to prevent mosquito bites from these vectors.

2.      Limit Outdoor Activities: When you know mosquitoes are buzzing right outside your house, try to restrict your outdoor activities. The more you step out, the riskier it will be for you because mosquitoes might be waiting to suck your blood.

3.      Remove Standing Water: Do not invite mosquitoes to breed freely by allowing water to stand by anywhere in or around your house. For this, empty all the old pots, tyres, and vessels that store water for days.

4.      Use Effective Mosquito Repellents: Get rid of mosquitoes in Delhi using an effective mosquito repellent. Try a coil, spray, plug-in machine, ointment, or fabric roll-on to repel mosquitoes.




You can only put a tab on the diseases spread by mosquitoes living in a city like Delhi by using a high-quality mosquito repellent machine like AutoMos. You can order the machine and its refill online from HiCare, Flipkart, Meesho, or Amazon. Be it the machine, refill, or the super combo packs, all are available at a discount as part of the introductory offer, so hurry!




1. What are the five deadly mosquito borne diseases prevalent in Delhi?


The five deadly mosquito-borne diseases prevalent in Delhi are Dengue, Malaria, Chikungunya, Zika virus infection and Japanese Encephalitis.


2. How can I protect myself from mosquito borne diseases in Delhi?


To protect yourself from mosquito borne diseases in Delhi, you should follow measures such as using mosquito repellents, wearing long-sleeved clothes, using bed nets, eliminating stagnant water and ensuring proper sanitation.


3. What steps can I take to eliminate stagnant water in and around my home?


To eliminate stagnant water, you should regularly empty, clean, or cover containers that can hold water, such as flower pots, buckets and discarded tires. Additionally, ensure proper drainage and avoid water accumulation in and around your premises.


4. Are there any specific areas in Delhi where mosquito breeding is more common?


Mosquito breeding can occur in various areas of Delhi, especially in places with poor sanitation and water accumulation, such as slums and areas with inadequate waste management. It is important to be vigilant and take precautions regardless of the location.


5. Is vaccination available for mosquito-borne diseases like Dengue and Japanese Encephalitis?


Yes, vaccines are available for some mosquito borne diseases, such as Dengue and Japanese Encephalitis. It is advisable to consult a healthcare professional to determine if vaccination is recommended for you based on your specific circumstances and medical history.