Ancient Tibetan Incense Sticks....

by Ajit Twayana Owner/Founder Mandalas Craft
According to Ayurveda, Sandalwood has been a favorite dhoop for embalming from the ancient times. Its calming effect was a useful aid to meditation and it popularity in religious ceremonies. It sooth
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  • favorite dhoop for embalming from the ancient times
  • useful aid to meditation and it popularity in religious ceremonies
  • soothes nervous tension and anxiety
  • helps to bring peace and acceptance. Perfectly safe for inhalation & the environment
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Incense, come from Latin words Something burnt. Our ancestors found that most material give a unique and some extra powerful aroma when it burnt with different smell through leaves, spices, wood and herbs. We can see that most culture burnt incense for sacred and healing purpose.

People used incense for a traditional purpose like pujas, prayer and other forms of worship. And for the purifying the surrounding, assembly of Buddhas, Bodhisattavas, god, demons and other. We know that incense is dispersed through the air by a variety of mean including sticks, cones, wands, charcoal burners, oil burner. In below figure we can see that material used to make incense and the incense pattern.

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About Ajit Twayana Committed   Owner/Founder Mandalas Craft

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