The Namaste Satya incense is about socialising with friends and family. It has a wonderful scent than imbues harmony and celebration for any social occasion. It bring peace and good wishes and is made in the Shrinivas Sugandhalaya factory.
Mood/Inspiration: The sing-song chorus of garden birds.
Description/Key Notes: Rich Celebratory Festive
Use: The Namaste incense blend has a rich, invigorating scent that creates a harmonizing and celebratory ambiance, ideal for intimate social gatherings and festive occasions. This blend helps foster friendships between individuals.
Always use incense holder/burner when burning an incense to avoid fire risk. Never leave home when an incense is burning! Never leave burning incense unattended!
15 gr (ca 15-20 sticks)
Eco friendly, recycled packaging.
From the Shrinivas Sugandhalaya factory in Bangalore.
Hand rolled in India using pure extracts and finest quality scented oils, Satya Incense is world renowned for its superior fragrances.
The Nag Champa perfume was originally manufactured in the Hindu and Buddhist monasteries of India and Nepal. It is traditionally made from a sandalwood base, to which are added a variety of flower oils – including that from the flower of the Champac tree. Each monastery has its own secret formula which is revealed to no-one outside the order! The sacred tree belongs to the magnolia family, and grows to about 30m in height. Its flower is yellow and star-shaped, and as well as being the source of the perfume, also gives a yellow dye. Frequently planted in temple grounds, the wood is used for making sacred images, drums, etc.
And from those beginnings has grown a whole family of Nag Champa inspired varieties of incense, each one notable in its own right.
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