At an altitude of nearly 8800 ft, the nights are filled with biting cold. People huddle around fire and makeshift ovens. The construction of these ovens is simple yet highly ingenious. An iron cylinder placed over burning coal allows air to pass through and burn the coal uniformly. It keeps the entire room and people sitting around it warm.  (image by Avishek)
At an altitude of nearly 8800 ft, the nights are filled with biting cold. People huddle around fire and makeshift ovens. The construction of these ovens is simple yet highly ingenious. An iron cylinder placed over burning coal allows air to pass through and burn the coal uniformly. It keeps the entire room and people sitting around it warm.
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