Some parts of the country consider toilet paper as an unhygienic form of cleaning. Water is being used all over India, and when this becomes excessive, the resource could run out. But in the colonial period, toilet papers were considered an extension of disinfection. Openly displaying toilet paper was a revolution as well as an embarrassment. It also seems unremarkable in today’s scenario. In India, toilet paper rolls are kept for foreign guests. The locals in the country will, however, not get accustomed to the use of these papers for the same purpose. Even if people start using it, paper will never replace the use of water in India.