The term dhoop originates from the dhoop tree, found in eastern India—whose chips give out a rich fragrance when burnt. Dhoop or Dhoopbatti or Dhoopbathi differs from Agarbathi/Incense stick in many senses. Physically, the two are completely different. “Tiranga Great One Premium Dhoop“ sticks are not used in dhoop and dhoop is a paste of the combustible material only. This paste is slightly damp unlike the incense sticks, which are completely dry. The chemical composition of Dhoopbatti is also different. But the popular dhoop—black-colored putty—is essentially a mixture of ghee, herbs, and wood chips. It is, in effect, a miniature form of havan.
- Product Weight: 36g x 5
- Commodity: Premium Dhoop Sticks
- Manufacturer: Maa Kamakhya Darbaar Fragrance (India) Pvt. Ltd
From The Manufacturer:
The company is the leading manufacturer, packager, marketer, and exporter of Incense sticks (Agarbatti) products in India. It is located in Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh), one of the most industrialized cities of India, which is home to some of the internationally known brands like