Agarbathi Stand (Stone Carved) has carved from high-quality stone aesthetically to get the traditional size and shape with the ancient look and feel. Ash collected from Agarpathi drops will be shed inside the stone stand so it will be easy for you to clean.
Comes with a traditional look
Handcarved by the rural artisans
Simple to handle and easy to clean
Gives a temple look to your puja room
The agarbathi ash mixed with a stone that produces a good smell
Description of Agarbathi:
Agarbathi creates the perfect feel for any auspicious rituals by filling the room or air with its divine and pleasant smell.
Agarpathi releases smoke and acts as organic disinfectants that make the insects drive away. There are some psychological benefits you get from using Agapathi.
The aroma released from the Agapathi has healing power and provides a soothing effect that will help relax the mind.
In Hinduism, the agarpathi made of bamboo is not used because it is a sin to burn bamboo and it is strictly prohibited in Hinduism.
Agarpathi has its own spiritual significance. The incense stick or agarpathi let burns itself into ashes to fills the air with a pleasant smell.
Using agarpathi in any rituals basically denotes the human virtue of sacrificing oneself for society. The agapathi sticks are used as air fresheners during normal days and as an integral part of every Hindu ritual ceremony.
Ingredients used in Incense Stick/Agarpathi/Agarbatti:
The basic ingredients used in incense sticks are bamboo, paste which is made from charcoal powder or wood powder and tabu powder, an adhesive made from the bark of Litsea Glutinosa and other trees, for the aroma the perfume ingredients that are traditional would be a powder of mixed ground ingredients are used.
The paste has been applied to the bamboo stick, then either in the traditional method, while still moist, immediately rolled into the flavourant, or, more commonly, kept in the sunlight for several days to dry, and then dipped into the scented solvent.