The stove consists of a kiln-burnt top, open cylindrical mud jar, and an M.S cylinder. The mud jar acts as outer cylindrical enclosure of the double walled stove. A series of circumferential holes are provided near the bottom of mud jar for entry of secondary air into annular passage formed in between the combustion chamber and mud jar. This secondary air then enters into the combustion chamber to complete combustion in smokeless condition.
(Flat bottom/Round bottom)