Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Blind Spot ( toilets )

In the west you are fined if you do the job in the public places, here in India you pay to enter the public toilets and not fined otherwise.
Here we go…
India and the toilet have a long and proud history. The earliest example of a flush toilet dates back to Indus Valley Civilisation (3300–1700 BCE) where every house had a flush toilet connected to a complicated city-wide sewage works.

3 comments:

daniel said...

Hey,
;-) good one and very apt! Helps keeping the environment green though.

Ritu said...

How true! I have seen the excavations of Dholavira which was a part of the Indus valley civilisation in Kutch, Gujrat...and as you've rightly explained, we were far more advanced in matters of hygiene than we are now. Seems like we have managed to regress in the past few thousand years!!!

aroop said...

Ahhhhaaaaa....priceless...why not have a electric pole there as well with a pic of ..you know what..LOL