Tashi Dhargey Incense - Wooden tube

  • Traditional Tashi Dhargey Tibetan Incense is a high quality handmade incense from Nepal that is manufactured in a manner respectful of the Buddhist traditions from vaidic formulas of Himalayan Herbal Texts. It contains numerous herbs such as kusum flower, basil, juniper, agar, cloves, and nutmeg giving it quite a unique aroma. This incense comes inside a wooden carrying case which has an incense burner as the cap.

    • approximately 30 sticks, 7.5" long
    • contains numerous herbs such as kusum flower, basil, juniper, agar, cloves, and nutmeg
    • all natural with no wooden sticks, glues, or dyes
    • made in Nepal, according to a traditional Tibetan formula
    • packed in a 9.25" wooden canister carved with various symbols from Buddhism
  • For you to consider, the following is from the maker's packaging:

    "This traditional Tibetan incense has an unique composition of exclusive masala fragrance and preparation which is respectful of the traditional incense preparation from vaidic formula of Himalayan Herbal Texts. This special composition of the formula of this incense were used by yogi's and meditators since ancient time. Nowadays the lamas and people who do natural aromatherapy, use in their monasteries, temples, houses, and in their religious ceremonies. Generally the Tibetan Incense is used for offering, purification, but it is also used as air freshener and to take out the bad spirit from the mind. This incense is packed into a well carved (Ashtamangala - Eight signs of good luck) wooden box, which is done by a small unit of traditional wood carver of Nepal. Your purchase and use of this incense will be beneficial to all being."

  • Natural herbs and spices are pressed together in a masala preparation and shaped into the Tibetan style sticks. This Tibetan incense is carefully packaged into a beautiful and sturdy wooden tube that has an incense burner as the cap. Each wooden tube is hand carved and unique showing some of the symbols from Ashtamangala, the eight auspicious symbols in Tibetan Buddhism which are the Conch Shell, Lotus Flower, Dharma Wheel, Parasol, Endless Knot of Eternity, Pair of Golden Fishes, Victory Banner, and the Treasure Vase.

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