Our new range of Nepalese incenses have been beautifully packaged in Lokta Paper boxes, which have been handmade by artisans using ancient papermaking techniques. They have a delicate string tie closure that wraps around a little wooden button, providing for a stunning, unique keepsake once the incense is finished.
This incense is prepared, using Buddhist incense making techniques. Natural herbs, plants, leaves and tree barks are blended to create this incredibly fragrant incense filled with depth and warmth.
Meaning: Devdar is the name of the Himalayan Cedar tree or "wood of the Gods", it is a hugely popular ingredient in Nepalese incense revered for its ant-bacterial, medicinal properties and has been used to create incense (especially temple incense) by monks since ancient times, it represents spiritual dedication, faith and has calming properties allowing the mind to easily let go of any surrounding chaos or emotional heaviness in order to prepare itself for meditation.
Contains: 40 x (10cm) incense sticks in lokta paper pouch & incense holder.
Burn time: 30 mins per stick
Packaging: Beautiful Lokta Paper Box with String Button Tie closure (light pink colour with white font) - this incense is beautifully packaged and would make for an absolutely gorgeous gift.
Box Size: 6.5cm (W) x 11.5cm (L) x 3cm (H)
Handmade in Nepal using the Lama Dorjee technique. Please note that when our partners Stupa Incense started their incense business they were taught the ancient art of incense making by Lama Dorjee and his recipe continues to be used to create their incense to this day. They are located in the foothills of the Negarjung Forest in the Kathmandu Valley and as a result have direct access to all the pure natural ingredients required to make beautiful incense.
Partner: Stupa Incense