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Bhakti 500 – Our new range of quality packet agarbatti in five exotic fragrances. All the fragrances are a combination of five fresh and relaxing scents to bring to you affordability and quality within reach within one packet.
Our range of hand rolled masala agarbatti made of natural ingredients with five different fragrances. With its lovely and flowery scent, it gives a relaxed and fresh feeling and awakes your senses. Our product with its fresh fragrance aids your meditation and spiritual journey. The subtle fragrances chosen with much attention relaxes your mind and body.
Explore your spirituality as the world has been doing…”
Incense sticks, also known as agarbatti in India dates back its usage to the egyptian era. The word incense comes from Latin “incendere” meaning “to burn”. Combustible bouquets were used by the Egyptians to mediate and religious rituals to appease the Gods. The Babylonians used incense while offering prayers to divining. Incense burners have been found in the Indus Civilization (3300–1300 BCE). Evidence suggests oils were used mainly for their aroma. India also adopted techniques from East Asia, adapting the formulation to encompass aromatic roots and other indigenous flora. At around 2000 BCE, Ancient China began the use of incense in the religious sense. Brought to Japan in the 6th century by Korean Buddhist monks, who used the mystical aromas in their purification rites, the delicate scents of Koh became a source of amusement and entertainment with nobles in the Imperial Court