The Indian chimneys & built-in hobs market grew at a CAGR of around 15% during 2016-2019. Chimney, or kitchen hood, refers to an appliance that absorbs fumes/smoke produced in the kitchen. On the other hand, built-in hobs are the gas stovetops that are permanently installed on the kitchen counter surface. Both chimney and built-in hobs are among popular additions in the modular kitchens as these appliances help in keeping the kitchen clean, along with adding style and decor. The cooking method of Indian food entails lots of sautéing and frying. The spluttering mixture of the spices and frying of ingredients produce clouds of fumes filled with oil, spices, organic matter, moisture, and leave its impression on the kitchen ceiling and tiles. In such conditions, the kitchen chimney acts as an essential ventilation device that vents out smoke, moisture, grease filled-air, food particles, etc., and reduces indoor pollution. Furthermore, built-in hobs provide convenience, better safety, and faster cooking. Owing to this, these kitchen appliances are widely installed in households, restaurants, cafés, and other eateries across India.