In our offer you can find both original fire clay (ceramic) chilam and stone, wooden or glass chilam. The chilams in our offer come mostly from India, they are either plain without any motif or decorated with various motifs - most often an elephant, a cobra or the Ohm symbol.
Chillam (chillum) is an original Indian pipe made of baked clay used by Hindu worshippers of the god Shiva (Sadhus). The body of the chillum is a cylinder of baked clay, extending towards the pot. A rounded stone with small holes (the heart of the chilam) is inserted into the cauldron, which acts as a filter when smoking (preventing parts of the smoked mixture from being inhaled into the mouth). The chilam is more robust compared to conventional pipes and pipes, the pot is much larger, and the grip of the chilam is different - it is smoked with the palm of the hand.