20 stick box.
The traditional herbal mixture of pharmacopic ingredients like wood powders, gum benzoin, vetivert, cinnamon, patchouli, nagarmotha, clove, rose, juniper berries, aniseed, olibanum and honey are blended with a perfect combination based on ayurvedic formulations as ancient as centuries together with natural oils and resins. The perfect incense for Prayers, Yoga, Meditation, Spiritual functions and Music concerts.
The traditional blend of 80 Aromatic Ayurvedic herbs with Agarwood, Sandalwood, Gum benzoin, Clove, Civet, Musk, Amber together with selected natural oils and resinoids. The perfect incense for Prayers, Yoga, Meditation, Spiritual functions and Music concerts.
A,-PA,-RĀ’-JI,-TĀ, is one of the incenses that caused me to want to go into the business of selling incense, 30 years ago. It is fairly difficult to find in the west (some rubbish about having a scent that is “too medicinal”), but apparently it is fairly common in India.
Aparajita is the characteristic incense used by the devotees of George Harrison and Ravi Shankar, and is tremendously popular — even moreso because 2020 is the 100th anniversary of Ravi Shankar’s birth — and despite the aforementioned rubbish opinions of most of the suppliers in the United States. It is a wonderfully complex fragrance, comprised of Agar (Aloeswood), the fundamental fragrance of “Agar-Bathi” or “Incense Sticks”, plus Sandalwood, Benzoin, Clove, Plant Musk and Amber. High rated, one of our best sellers, this incense is not to be missed.
Take note, Mavana, the manufacturer of Aparajita, has redesigned the graphics on their box several times over the past 60 years. The incense inside is still exactly the same incense, just the box has changed. The incense may look different, or be a different colour, but, being a durbar incense, the colour is completely without scent, and doesn’t affect the scent of the incense at all. The old box, and the older box, are in the gallery, for comparison.