Iron Sigdi : India Cookware with Coal Burning Pit

Sigdi is a portable design and is perfect for barbecue and outdoor catering. A Sigdi is a stove used for cooking, especially in North India. The fuel used is usually coal, dried cow dung and wood, and is therefore useful for those who cannot afford liquefied petroleum gas stoves. Sigris are also used during winters for warmth.

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