CHILLING TROUGH HISTORY
A chillum (chilam) or one Hitter is a straight conical shaped pipe with an end-to-end channel. Traditionally, chillums are made of clay and history claims that it was invented in India. It is used since the eighteenth century by Hindu monks, known as sadhus. The rest of the world is enjoying the chillum-smoking culture since the mid-1960s. India, thank you for that.
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