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I have used modern hookahs before and understand them fully, but I just bought a malabar hookah from israel and wanted to know how it works and whats inside it. It looks like it has a coconut shell inside the water base.
ANY help would be greatly appriciated!!!!

thanks

Will have pictures up soon when i get back to the states.

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Pictures would greatly help, I don't think we can help you much till we get those.
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im very interested in pics

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i wanna see pics also!

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update/pics?

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i guess nothing, if this dude ever posts pics im still interested but i dont think its going to happen

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QUOTE (RingsMaster @ Jul 30 2009, 02:37 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
i guess nothing, if this dude ever posts pics im still interested but i dont think its going to happen


Maybe he just isn't as obsessed about hookah as most of us. Maybe he will be back.

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QUOTE (ilikemyusername @ Jul 20 2009, 12:32 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
uh oh, sounds like an old school goza!

Damn that would be tight. If this is a goza, I am going to be jealous, I have been wanting one of those for a long time.

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I don’t know if there is any point in replying a post this old, but as a native to where this hookah is made I must.

malabar hookah is made by moosarikandi coppersmiths in the northern part of Kerala (Indian state) called malabar or to be exact koyilandy. And yes the water base is made of coconut shell. It became popular some 500 years ago while a group of merchants from Yemen introduced it to the world. 

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