In the wood fired cook stove, primary air enters throughout air entry ports provided in lower circumferential wall of combustion chamber. Primary air is preheated when it comes in contact with lower circumferential wall of the combustion chamber. A fuel feed opening is located above the rows of air entry ports of the combustion chamber wall. A sliding cover plate is provided with fuel feed opening. A fuel rest plate is provided at the bottom of the combustion chamber on which wood sticks are placed in inclined position. Both primary and secondary air is entered from the annular air space provided in between combustion chamber and surrounded large cylindrical cover at the lower portion of the stove. Secondary air is preheated in annular air passage surrounding the combustion chamber wall and mixed with effluent gas through upper perforated wall of the combustion chamber. In the stove, one end of the fuel rest plate is hinged with the lower part of combustion chamber wall and the other end is arranged with a hinged lock clip fitted with outer wall of large diameter portion of the stove. By opening of the lock clip, one end of the rest plate is dropped down to clear the charcoal particles and ash from the stove.
(Flat bottom/Round bottom)