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Incense has a great history in Indian culture. Atharva Veda and Rig Veda are the oldest source of incense in India. Incense sticks not only create pleasant aromas but can also act as a medicinal tool. As it was also used as a medicinal tool, incense making was almost exclusively done by the monks in the ancient times. Incense making and burning was exclusive to India at first but then it was also introduced in many other countries by Indians.
The most basic ingredient of incense sticks are bamboo sticks. Then there are other ingredients like adhesives, perfumed ingredients and a mixed powder of ground ingredients. In India, the state of Karnataka is called the capital of incense sticks as they are its leading producers along with the states of Bangalore and Mysore being the main manufacturing centres. Incense sticks are like these refreshing and pretty little magic wands. Their beauty lies in their fragrance. Their fragrance makes them useful in various places from simple meditations to elaborate rituals.
Some of the most common uses of incense sticks are as given below:
There are many kinds of incenses and most of them have a special purpose too along with the general one.
Some of them are given below:
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