Datastories.in recently published an interesting post, showing a toilet map of India.
Around 47% of households across India reported having a toilet in the 2011 census, up from 36% of households in 2001. As [this] map below shows, the regions where a majority of households have a toilet are only a few – North and North-East India, Kerala and the Western Coastal region and parts of Gujarat. In addition, coastal Andhra and Nagpur are also significant. In the rest of the country, the larger urban centres form little ‘islands’ of privilege (in this regard) as compared with the areas around them.
View the entire post and explore the dynamic version of this map here.