Hookah originally originated in India in the 13th century and became popular in the Middle East in the 16th century. The original hookah and pipes included cigarette bottles, pipes, air valves, pot bodies, cigarette trays, smoke bays and other parts, composed of coconut shells and diabolo pipes, and were mainly used to smoke old-fashioned black tobacco. In the Middle East, especially in Turkey and Iran during the ancient Ottoman Empire, hookah was once regarded as the "dancing princess and snake", and then gradually spread to Arab countries and became a common way of smoking tobacco among the people.