¶ OUTLINE OF INDIA
LOCAL LANGUAGE HINDI 
LOCAL NOTATION Sauchalya kahan hai?
PRONUNCIATION " Sauchalya kahan hai? "
ABOUT LANGUAGE AND EXPRESSION "Sauchalya" means a restroom. "Kahan" means where. 
OUTLINE OF TOILET CULTURE India is in water washing cultural sphere. Charged restrooms with manager are generally clean. But some free restrooms are so terrible. And most restrooms have no papers. You should be with papers in your bag. And drainpipes of these restrooms might be too thin to flush papers. Confirmation may be needed. Please take care.  

INFORMATION ABOUT TOILET / INFORMATION ABOUT URINAL

¶ INFORMATION ABOUT TOILET
  ID:IN100001 YEAR: (unknown) PLACE: Munbai (Bombay)
(Airport) 
IN100001
SHAPE: COMPROMISE STYLE
HOW TO CLEAN UP: BY WATER
HOW IT DISAPPEARS: FLUSH BY WATER
DIRECTION TO FACE: TO THE ENTRANCE
DOOR: 100%
PARTITION: 100%
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
(Webmaster reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English.


  ID:IN100002 YEAR: 1998 PLACE: Delhi
(Red Fort) 
IN100002
SHAPE: SQUATTING STYLE
HOW TO CLEAN UP: BY WATER
HOW IT DISAPPEARS: FLUSH BY WATER
DIRECTION TO FACE: TO THE ENTRANCE
DOOR: 100%
PARTITION: 100%
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
(Webmaster reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English.


  ID:IN100003 YEAR: 1998 PLACE: Delhi-Varanasi
(Magadu Express) 
IN100003
SHAPE: SQUATTING STYLE
HOW TO CLEAN UP: BY WATER
HOW IT DISAPPEARS: FLUSH BY WATER
DIRECTION TO FACE: TO THE SIDE WALL OR PARTITION
DOOR: 100%
PARTITION: 100%
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
(Webmaster reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English.


  ID:IN100004 YEAR: 1998 PLACE: Agra
(Hotel Amar) 
IN100004
SHAPE: SITTING STYLE
HOW TO CLEAN UP: OTHER
(BY PAPER,BY WATER ALMIGHTY)
HOW IT DISAPPEARS: FLUSH BY WATER
DIRECTION TO FACE: TO THE SIDE WALL OR PARTITION
DOOR: 100%
PARTITION: 100%
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
(Webmaster reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English.


  ID:IN100005 YEAR: 1998 PLACE: Agra
(Agra Fort) 
IN100005
SHAPE: SQUATTING STYLE
HOW TO CLEAN UP: BY WATER
HOW IT DISAPPEARS: FLUSH BY WATER
DIRECTION TO FACE: TO THE ENTRANCE
DOOR: 100%
PARTITION: 100%
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
(Webmaster reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English.


  ID:IN100011 YEAR: 2004 PLACE: jaipur
(air port) 
IN100011
SHAPE: SITTING STYLE
HOW TO CLEAN UP: BY WATER
HOW IT DISAPPEARS: FLUSH BY WATER
DIRECTION TO FACE: TO THE ENTRANCE
DOOR: 100%
PARTITION: 100%
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English. (tami reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
Both paper and water seem available. But there is no paper maybe for maintenance reasons. We can find many toilets without seat in India. People who don't know how to use it squat on a seat and break it ?


  ID:IN100012 YEAR: 2001 PLACE: HIMACHAL TOORISM'S TANTAGE COLONY SARCHU
(Tent site) 
IN100012
SHAPE: SITTING STYLE
HOW TO CLEAN UP: BY WATER
HOW IT DISAPPEARS: FLUSH BY WATER
DIRECTION TO FACE: TO THE ENTRANCE
DOOR: 100%
PARTITION: 100%
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
A toilet in a tent site on a bus tour from Manali to Ladakh. (fkubo reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
Even if toilet in such a tent site, it is sitting style!
A mismatch of outside and inside is nice.


  ID:IN100013 YEAR: 2001 PLACE: A village in Spiti Area
(Unkown) 
IN100013
SHAPE: SQUATTING STYLE
HOW TO CLEAN UP: BY WATER
HOW IT DISAPPEARS: FALL INTO A HOLE
DIRECTION TO FACE: TO THE ENTRANCE
DOOR: 0%
PARTITION: 100%
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
This is really a toilet.
I asked a place of toilet, and found this toilet behind the building.
There were four booths.
Because Tibetan ethnic skirts are long, women also can do outside toilet booths. (fkubo reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
No door toilet.
Because length of their ethnic skirts are long, they do not need a door in front of a toilet.


  ID:IN100014 YEAR: 2001 PLACE: Spiti
(Tent Site at the foot of Ki-Gompa) 
IN100014
SHAPE: SQUATTING STYLE
HOW TO CLEAN UP: BY WATER
HOW IT DISAPPEARS: LEAVE IT ALONE
DIRECTION TO FACE: TO THE ENTRANCE
DOOR: 0%
PARTITION: 70%
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
A temporary toilet for some events. (fkubo reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
A terrible toilet.
There are plastic sheets around booths, but they hide only 70% of booths...


  ID:IN100015 YEAR: 2001 PLACE: Spiti
(Dankhar Gompa) 
IN100015
SHAPE: SQUATTING STYLE
HOW TO CLEAN UP: BY WATER
HOW IT DISAPPEARS: FALL INTO A HOLE
DIRECTION TO FACE: TO THE ENTRANCE
DOOR: 0%
PARTITION: 100%
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
There is no door, but priests wear long robes, so no problem. (fkubo reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
Exsistance of doors may be determined by ethnic clothes.




¶ INFORMATION ABOUT URINAL
  ID:IN200006 YEAR: (unknown) PLACE: Bhubaneshwar 
IN200006
EXISTENCE OF URINAL: YES
SHAPE: OTHER
(a shape between WALL HUNG MODEL(TULIP) and WALL HUNG MODEL(POT))
   
   
   
   
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English. (Nonoji reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English.


  ID:IN200007 YEAR: 1998 PLACE: Delhi
(Chandni Chowk) 
IN200007
EXISTENCE OF URINAL: NO
SHAPE: OTHER
   
   
   
   
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
(Webmaster reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English.


  ID:IN200008 YEAR: 1998 PLACE: Varanasi
(A street near Ghats) 
IN200008
EXISTENCE OF URINAL: NO
SHAPE: OTHER
   
   
   
   
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
(Webmaster reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English.


  ID:IN200009 YEAR: 1998 PLACE: Agra
(Agra Fort) 
IN200009
EXISTENCE OF URINAL: YES
SHAPE: WALL HUNG MODEL(TULIP)
   
   
   
   
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
(Webmaster reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English.


  ID:IN200010 YEAR: 1998 PLACE: Fatehpur Sikri
(Bus Terminal) 
IN200010
EXISTENCE OF URINAL: NO
SHAPE: OTHER
   
   
   
   
   
REPORTER'S COMMENTS:
(Webmaster reported)
WEBMASTER'S COMMENTS:
No comments in English.