Traditional Hookahs - Waterpipes

Traditional hookahs - the origin of a passion

In our assortment we have selected traditional hookahs from aljamal, Egermann, El Nefes, Elmas, Syrian and Turkish traditional hookahs without names, but equal to brands like El Nefes or Elmas.

It took centuries of development to turn the traditional hookah into the fruity, light smoking instrument that enjoys worldwide recognition and popularity today.
The history of the hookah took its origin in the northern regions of India. The Sanskrit word nārikela (नारीकेल), which is the basis for the Turkish name of the hookah nargile, translates as coconut and gives a clue to the first forms of production of the hookah: Thus, the bowl at that time consisted of the hard and waterproof shell of the coconut, the smoke column of a hollow bamboo stick and as a tube was probably used a straw or another, thinner bamboo stick.

The traditional hookah, as we know it today, eventually came to Arabia, the Ottoman Empire (present-day Turkey), and North Africa, particularly Tunisia and Egypt, via Persia between the 16th and 17th centuries. In Turkey, hookah smoking was introduced in 1603 by Sultan Ahmed I, who had a reputation for a pleasurable and epicurean lifestyle. From there, the hookah has evolved over the years to become a cultural asset of Arab countries. It symbolizes a balanced way of life, hospitality and conviviality.
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Exceptionally beautiful traditional hookahs order online

In our hookah assortment you will find stainless steel and carbon hookahs as well as an exquisite selection of traditional hookahs. Traditional hookahs are not only known for their special smoking behavior, but also for their timelessly beautiful appearance. Traditional hookahs have been delighting generations of hookah lovers for ages.