Museum Photo Gallery

Sulabh International Museum of Toilets has many artifacts, from 2500 B.C. to the most modern and highly sophisticated toilet models, here we are displaying few of them, please visit us to know more about these artifacts in detail.

 

Museum Photo Gallery

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[img src=http://www.sulabhtoiletmuseum.org/wp-content/flagallery/museum-photo-gallery/thumbs/thumbs_image-1.jpg]Ornate Toilet (Victorian Era)
Ornate Toilet (Victorian Era)
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Chamber Pot with floral decoration (Victorian Era)
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Commode with wooden platform (Victorian Era)
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A Decorative Model from Austria
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Table-top type toilet from medieval Europe, carried by the affluent section while out on hunting
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Throne-like Chamberpot of the French Emperor Louis-XIV
[img src=http://www.sulabhtoiletmuseum.org/wp-content/flagallery/museum-photo-gallery/thumbs/thumbs_image-7.jpg]Double-storeyed toilet complex of 1920 A.D. from USA
meant for factories in which first floor was reserved for the managerial class while the workers used the ground floor
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Porta-Potti light bodied plastic toilet from USA for camping and long drive
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for removal of family excreta
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Chinese wooden box when opened
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Roman mixed bath in hot springs
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Sanitation in middle ages, Europe
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Black Death in Europe
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Fatehpur Sikri, Agra, 1569 AD
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Decorated wash-basin from Austria
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Decorated Urinal from Austria
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Decorated Bidet, England
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Chamberpot, 18th & 19th century, England
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Roman community bath (above), Egyptian keyhole toilet
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Thomas Crapper and his products
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Poetry on Fart
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BIG LESSON: Having taught elephants to paint, dance and play musical instruments, their Thai handlers are now toilet-training them. They have installed giant human-style toilets at a camp in Chiang Mai to try to rid the tourist attraction of unsightly droppings.
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Manual collection of elephantine poo
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Toilet-based cartoon
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World’s largest toilet complex, China
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Easy Access
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CRETE – 3000 to 1500 B.C. (Bath-tub)
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World's first pour-flush toilet of Harappan culture, 2500 BC, India
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INCINOLET – That Electric Toilet
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Dholavira, District Kutch, Gujarat 2500 B.C. (underground drain bathroom, well, etc.)

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