Shishas Corner:

Most complete definition of Shisha/hooka is in Wikipedia, which is defined as follow:
A hookah (Hindi: हुक्का, Urdu: حقّہ, transliteration: ḥuqqa), shisha or arkiPicture of an art drwaing of group of camels palying chess and somking waterpipeleh (Arabic: شيشة or أركيلة‎), nargilah (Hebrew: נרגילה‎, Turkish: nargile) or ghelyan (Persian: قلیان) is a single or multi-stemmed (often glass-based) water pipe for smoking. Originally from India, it has gained popularity, especially in the Arab world,[1] particularly under the Ottoman Empire. A hookah operates by water filtration and indirect heat. It can be used for smoking herbal fruits.
Depending on locality and supply, hookahs may be referred to by many names, often of APicture of a tourist smoking waterpip/shisha/hookarabic, Indian, Turkic, Uzbek, or Persian origin. Nargila is the name most commonly used in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Israel, Albania, Bosnia, Greece, Turkey, Armenia, Bulgaria and Romania, although the initial "n" is oftendropped in Arabic pronunciation. Narghile derives from the Persian word nārgil (نارگیل), meaning coconut, and in turn from the Sanskrit nārikela (नारिकेला), suggesting that early hookahs were hewn from coconut shells.[2]

Shisha (Arabic: شيشة), from the Persian word shīshe (شیشه), meaning glass, is the common term forPicture of all green color waterpipe the hookah in Egypt, the Arab countries of the Persian Gulf (including Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, UAE, and Saudi Arabia), and in Morocco, Tunisia, Somalia and Yemen.

In Iran, hookah is called ghalyūn (غلیون), ghālyūn (قالیون), or ghalyān (قلیان), and in India and Pakistan the name most similar to the English hookah is used: huqqa (हुक्का /حقہ). The more colloquial terms "hubble-bubble" and "hubbly-bubbly" are used by Red Sea tourists.

In modern tPicture of the storefront of Egyptian waterpipe shopimes, Egypt is interpreted as the shisha capital of the world. With the majority of shisha pipes being made their, and it was where the shisha started to escalate into so many levels, and appealed to so many people. Walking around Egypt today, you cannot walk for more than 15 minutes without meeting a shisha café. The shisha world has grown rapidly in Egypt amongst other places, and is now starting to spread today in Western society.

In one of the quite towns in Mid-Delta, affiliated to the towns of the genuine Egyptian countryside, there is an obscure town, through which the calm and life giver River Nile traverses, carrying within its folds elements conveying goodness, growth and hopefulness. Within the range of vision, there are widespread fields of wheat and cotton topped by dovecotes and overshadowed by sun drenched palm trees.

This town is SHEBIN EL-KOM the birthplace of the late SALEH MOHAMED EL-IBIARY, the mPicture of waterpipe tobacco boxan who had initiated and established a factory for processing the MU'ASSAL (a mild-tasting tobacco, due to its preparation with molasses, glycerin, fragrant oils or essences) industry in the year 1913. It was an individual project, a humble one, assuming an Emblem, having been inspired from the enchanting nature of the "Palm Tree", the holy plant introduced to us via the heavenly holy books.

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