Incense sticks have been always a sign of religion in many countries. They are widely used for religious purposes all over the world. Moreover, incense sticks provide an esthetic sense and create a pleasant environment around. In India, they are used as religious purposes like at the time of worshipping gods, at morning and evening for devoting to god. Apart from India, Incense sticks are also widely used in Japan, China, Australia and many other parts of the world.    
In ancient India, incense sticks were used for creating odors and...
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India is a country of rich and exotic traditions. Burning incense carrying balmy fragrances is one of them. Where ever you go in India, to a temple, a home or take a stroll through an open market place there will always be the soothing aroma of burning incense following you. The land of incense has over centuries introduced a wide variety of fragrances catering to myriad preferences covering earthy, sweet flowery, resinous, spicy and popular ‘masala’ scents. Varieties also come in many forms such as the traditional and commonly used...
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Incense better known as agarbatti in India plays a significant role in augmenting the sacred and holy nature of traditional India. Indians have used agarbatti to create the most balmy, mind relaxing and fragrant atmosphere in their living places for many thousands of years. Agarbatti incense is a holistic blending of fragrant leaves, herbs, flowers, seeds and sandalwood. Research and science have proved that burning agarbatti enhances meditation, aromatherapy and spiritual upliftment. Holy minded Indians believe that...
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