The working of the samovar remains exactly the same as that of the traditional one however the labour involved in handling coal and time involved in preparation of tea gets reduced drastically.
This is a modified version of traditional Kashmiri Samovar, which uses LPG as fuel instead of coal. Shazia has modified the traditional Kashmiri Samovar by inserting a modified curved shaped gas burner inside the cylindrical shaped fire container. She has modified the size of the common regulator by replacing the inside nipple of it, so that it (regulator) would be convenient for the small gas cylinders. She has also added supports to the rim of the samovar so that one can place a container for cooking as well. The working of the samovar remains exactly the same as that of the traditional one however the labour involved in handling coal and time involved in preparation of tea gets reduced drastically. Kashmiri Gas Samovar takes only 10 to 15 minutes to serve 25 cups of tea (as against 40-45 minutes doing it traditionally) hence not only saves precious time but a lot of human effort as well without producing ash. Moreover, extra heat which got wasted in traditional samovar can also be utilized in this innovative gadget as external supports on the rim have been provided to hold utensils. While till tea gets prepared inside the samovar, one can place an extra utensil on the external supports and can boil water or milk, make rotis, etc.
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