Indian Incense

Indian incense is traditionally used in India as an offering to the Divine. The meditative worship ritual is called puja and is performed to offer all pleasures of the senses to the Divine source. Historically, incense was first made by priests and Ayurvedic doctors for medicinal use and worship, but over the years it became adopted by the wider masses. Today incense is widely lit in homes and temples across India, releasing an intoxicating blend of aromas.

The majority of Indian incense tends to come in stick form and it's usually hand rolled. When making Indian incense, a very thin piece of wood such as bamboo is placed in the centre of the stick and then a charcoal paste is coated onto it (this is unlike Japanese incense, for example, which has no central stick). The perfumes are then added in powdered form, by rolling the sticks into the mixture, and can include scents such as spices, flowers, patchouli or sage. 

Indian incense is typically very fragrant and releases wonderful perfumes when it is burned. It's ideal to use in your home, to scent the air in a room, or to have burning whilst practicing yoga, meditation or mindfulness.

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  • Super Hit Incense Sticks
  • Nag Champa Dhoop Cones Incense
  • Natural Rose Incense Sticks
  • Natural Lavender Incense Sticks
  • Californian White Sage Satya Incense
  • Natural Patchouli Satya Incense Sticks
  • Natural Agarbatti Satya Incense Sticks
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  • Palo Santo Incense Sticks (Satya)
  • Natural Jasmine Incense Sticks
  • Sandalwood Incense Sticks (Satya)
  • Super Sandal Dhoop Cones Incense
  • Meditation Satya Incense Sticks (Yoga Series)
  • Fresh Rose Dhoop Cones Incense
  • Bliss Satya Incense Sticks (Yoga Series)
  • Super Hit Dhoop Cones Incense
  • Relaxation Satya Incense Sticks (Yoga Series)
  • Harmony Satya Incense Sticks (Yoga Series)
  • Natural Sandal Incense Sticks
  • Satya Classic Mixed Incense Box