Chillums are among the oldest smoking tools. In India, people have reportedly been using chillums for centuries. The classic form of the chillum is a conical pipe, tapered towards the mouthpiece, but overall straight and made out of stone, porcelain or wood.
Chillums are available from quite small to really big ones - broadly speaking the chillum or shillum is a tube with a drilled hole in the middle that gets narrower at one end. This is where you smoke, with the chillum held upright - the other end is sealed with a stone to prevent the herbs from sliding down. The smoke generated by the burning tobacco passes the stone and then flows towards the mouthpiece.
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