Hand Made Glass Pipe w/Dichro Stripe+ 5" Zipper Hard Shell Padded Case
3" Chillum with Zipper Padded Black Case
A chillum, or chilam, is a straight conical pipe with end-to-end channel, traditionally made of clay and used since at least the eighteenth century by hindu monks, known as sadhus in India. It was invented in India. The culture of chillum smoking has spread from India to the rest of the world since the mid-1960s.
Also known as “one-hitters” or “bats,” chillums are simple hand pipes that were first used by Hindu monks and holy men in India. It is believed that these monks have used chillums for thousands of years, before tobacco was even introduced in India. Chillums have been associated with spirituality and meditation throughout Asia and Eastern Europe, but the chillum reached western popularity during the 20th century. Chillums grew in popularity for their strong and direct rips, usually more powerful than the average dry hand pipe. Now, chillums are considered a trendy and portable hand pipe style.