Bhajan incense sticks were inspired by the bhakti (devotion) of the 16th Century Indian poetess Mirabai, who wrote thousands of poems and songs in praise of the "naughty boy" Krishna. (Bhajan means a song or musical composition for prayer or worship.)
Bhajan incense is very popular with the Krishna devotees of Bengal and Orissa, and is carried to Shree Brindavan Dham, (Krishna’s village of 5000 little temples) throughout the year, but especially in the Autumn, in the Kartik month.
The fragrance is a powerful, fresh green woody aroma with lavender overtones. The sticks are hand rolled in India, at the Mahendra Perfumery Works in Bangalore.
Bhajan incense comes in a hexagonal box containing twenty 9 inch (23cm) sticks, which each burn for about 60 minutes.
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Bhajan incense sticks, hand rolled in India at the Mahendra Perfumery Works in Bangalore. Popular with devotees of Krishna.