Thursday, July 23, 2015

Some of the Soothing Intoxicating Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )


India has a rich tradition of using incense in many social and religious occasions since time immemorial. Incense sticks, also known as Agarbathi (derived from Sanskrit word Agaravarthi) in which an incense paste is rolled around a thin bamboo stick, is one of the main forms of incense in India.

For most Indians, incense remains an important part of the daily Puja ritual, which is a religious offering performed by all Hindus to their Gods & Goddesses.

The state of Karnataka in India known as the Capital of Agarbathi (Incense Sticks) is the leading Production Centre for Agarbathis in India, with Mysore and Bangalore being the main Manufacturing Centres. Mysore is known as a pioneer in the activity of Agarbathi manufacturing and this is one of the main  activities that exists in the city. The main reason for this is that it has a natural reserve of forest products especially Sandalwood, which is the base material used in Agarbatti production.

Highly demanded by customers worldwide, Incense Sticks are known globally for their lovely mesmerisng fragrances. The Incense Sticks are available in a wide assortment to meet the multifarious preferences of customers globally. 

The wide range of fragrances includes several wonderful fragrances. The Incense Sticks are neatly packed for preserving the fragrance and keeps them intact for a very long time. The fragrance of these Sticks makes them ideal for use in places of worship & also in aroma therapy.

These Incense Sticks have a delightful fragrance, gentle, soothing  and relaxing. The fumes do not irritate the eyes & the perfume lingers for a long time.


Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )

Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )

Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )

Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )

Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )

Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )
Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )

Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )

Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )
Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )

Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )

Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )

Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )
Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )

Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )

Fragrances of Indian Agarbattis ( Incense Sticks )

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