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Hey guyzz..
This is my third instructable....

You all have seen and obviously had  tasted  flavoured hookah..

In this instructable i will show you how to make a homemade hookah...

So lets start!!!!!



Step 1:

First u will need these things-
       1) A jar/pot or anything that can hold water.( i used a 2 litre cold drink bottle)
       2) A fish tank hose about 1 to 1 & 1/2 metre long (u can find it on any fish store)
       3) A rubber stopper with hole in between.
       4) A hookah bowl ( you can purchase it from any hookah store for about 20-30 rupees)
       5) A pipe equal to the height of the pot or jar u have ( i used the stick of a broken umbrella)
       6) Any pointed thing for making holes and 
       7) Strong glue.

If u have all these things, then you are ready to make your own handmade hookah.
Smoking sheesha is very much popular at nations like Arab world, however, of late, this trend seems to have become popular in the western nations especially at countries like United States and Canada. You can now see a huge hookah lounge wherein people enjoy smoking these things beating the stress.... <br><a href="www.hookahnection.com" rel="nofollow">hookahnection.com</a>
Smoking sheesha is very much popular at nations like Arab world, however, of late, this trend seems to have become popular in the western nations especially at countries like United States and Canada. You can now see a huge hookah lounge wherein people enjoy smoking these things beating the stress. <br>www.codeblackincense.com
Even in India there are many hookah lounge known as hookah parlours.
hi man dont use hookah u will be habitual and u will not be able to leave it
thanx for your advice bro.. <br>bt i am not habitual to it. <br>The hookah i made is now broken and since then i dint made one. <br>Only sometimes i have it with my friends...only sometimes.

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