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Nepali Incense, Agarbatti Kanchenjunga 7 in 1

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Agarbatti, also known as incense, is a fragrant stick made of natural materials such as aromatic plant extracts, resins, and essential oils. It is used in religious and spiritual ceremonies, as well as for its pleasant scent in homes and other spaces.
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Agarbatti Kanchenjunga is made of natural materials such as aromatic plant extracts, resins, and essential oils. The word Agarbatti comes from the Sanskrit word "Agar" which means aroma and "batti" which means stick. It is commonly used in religious and spiritual ceremonies, as well as for its pleasant scent in homes and other spaces.

Agarbatti Kanchenjunga is made by rolling a bamboo stick into a mixture of various aromatic substances, which may include sandalwood, rose, lavender, jasmine, and other natural ingredients. The mixture is then allowed to dry and harden, forming a solid stick that can be burned. It is a type of incense that is made from a mixture of various aromatic substances, and is typically used for purification purposes. Burning Dhup is believed to help cleanse the environment of negative energy and promote positive energy. It is often used in religious and spiritual rituals, as well as in homes and other spaces for its cleansing and purifying properties.

To use Agarbatti, simply light one end of the stick and allow it to burn for a few seconds. Then blow out the flame and place the stick in an incense holder or other heat-resistant container. The stick will continue to burn and release its fragrance for several minutes, filling the room with a pleasant aroma.

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