Washing Hands using Toilet

Toilet Paper Isn’t Commonly Used in India. Instead, Indians Consider It More Hygienic to Splash Yourself with Water Using Your Bare Hands for Cleaning Up.

Understanding how Indians clean their bottoms necessitates a closer look at Indian culture. It requires an examination of the Indian concept of purity and pollution. This analysis reveals how the culture views cleanliness, differs from the West and governs hundreds of millions of people’s daily rituals. But did you know Indians, like most Asians, prefer …

Toilet Paper Isn’t Commonly Used in India. Instead, Indians Consider It More Hygienic to Splash Yourself with Water Using Your Bare Hands for Cleaning Up. Read More »