How to use the Indian toilet for the first time foreigner in India
If you can't slide you pants to the knees and sit, then take your pants off and hang it on a clip or the hook most usually found on the back of the door.
Remember it can be slippery and mishaps do happen.
Crouch down and sit down in a squatting position (if you feel uneasy, try to remember the health benefits of squatting)
Squat to your hearts content.
After doing it open the tap and fill the bucket with water. Take a jug usually located nearby and fill it with water.
Clean your back-side with your left palm by pouring water in it and then rubbing gently where the sun doesnt shine. For the left handed foreigner use the right hand. Most Indian type squats contain a flush usually hooked to the wall so get up and pull the chain or the lever with the clean hand.
The most important step. Walk to the basin and wash your hands with soap or any detergent you can find. In most cases it's usually a soap called "lifebuoy" made by a British company called Unilever. Most Indians use this soap for cleaning their hands after pooing. It's supposed to be great in getting rid of germs and bacteria.
Once the hand is washed a minimum of 2 to 3 times, the hand is clean and you can take your pants off the hook and put it on.