Rather than rely only on the usual educational pamphlet, Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak (Founder of the
Sulabh Sanitation Movement) decided to open The Toilet Museum in New Delhi.
What is it all about?
Here is a brief introduction (in their own words):
"The Museum has a rare collection of facts, pictures and objects
detailing the historic evolution of toilets from 2,500 BC to
date. It gives a chronology of developments relating to
technology, toilet related social customs, toilet etiquettes,
the sanitary conditions and legislative efforts of the times.
It has an extensive display of privies, chamber pots, toilet
furniture, bidets and water closets in use from 1145 AD to the
modern times. It also has a rare collection of beautiful poems."
Picture below (from their site) gives you an idea of the exhibits.
Not your average tourist destination, I know.
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