The dhunachi has a flared shape and is held by a stem with a large cavity at the top, and is traditionally made of earthenware. When made of brass or silver, it needs a longer handle because of the heat. It is lit by placing burning coal at the bottom, which ignites a layer of slow-burning coconut husk, on which incense (usually resin like Bangladesh Frankincense or "Dhuno is sprinkled.
|Photo Location:||Sylhet, Bangladesh|
|Camera:||Canon EOS 6D|
|Copyright:||© Poyel Ahmed|