Every line of incense under this collection carries a story dating back to various centuries in the world heritage & history.
This line of incense is a tribute to the rich history of Arabia. The countries of Arabia were pioneer in the trade of incense through the land and sea routes. Between 7th Century BC and 2nd Century AD, took place the most important trade of incense and exchange of cultures happened in this era.
This line of incense is a tribute to the ancient culture & faith of the undivided Bharat. The ancient undivided Bharat, was considered to be one of the richest countries with natural resources. Bharat was considered to be the point of origin in the art of Incense making. The usage of incense was initiated in Hinduism & later in Buddhism almost 3000 years ago, on this land.
This line of incense is a tribute to the great city of Bukhara. One of the most important cities in the ancient incense trade was the city of Bukhara. It is a city that has a rich history of Islam. The numerous mosques and Madrasas of this city, have been instrumental in propagating the use of incense in Islamic culture since centuries.
This line of incense is a tribute to the ancient “City of Jasmines”. One of the most important cities in the ancient history of incense trade was Damascus, also known as the “City of Jasmines”. This city was of great importance in the Land Route of the incense trade of Frankincense, popularly used by the Churches all over the world.
This line of incense is a tribute to the historic importance of Persia in the Incense Route. Persia now known as Iran. was amongst the most important trading points of the early incense trade in the first century, was the Persian Gulf. The incense travelled from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean Sea, over the incense Route.
This line of Incense is a tribute to the lost golden culture of Samarkand. In the Seventh century the kingdom of Samarkand sent formal gifts of golden peaches, to the Chinese court at Ch'ang-an. The taste of these peaches are not known to the modern world, however the glamour of their mystery, symbolizes the exotic things longed for, and unknown things hoped for, by the people of the T'ang empire.