Rope incense have special technique to prepare by filling the natural herbs into Eco friendly lokta paper and twisting it to make a rope incense. Each rope incense is hand rolled carefully. In the Himalayas, these rope incense making is process is used from generation to generation.
Approximately 50 - four-inch ropes are artfully packaged in bundles of hand rolled lokta paper. Handmade in Nepal.
Sandalwood: This fragrant Sandalwood Nepali Rope Incense is crafted from herbs of the high Himalayas. This particular blend is extracted from white and red Sandalwood, Saldup, Spikenard, Cinnamon and Cloves. Found abundantly burned in Stupas, Temples and meditation rooms for its aromatic ambience.
Frankincense: Frankincense is the quintessential incense. It has the greatest association with spiritual practice of any substance on earth. Frankincense is the resin of the sacred Boswellia tree and has been used since ancient times by the civilizations of Egypt, Africa, and Mesopotamia. It is also the famous incense from the bible thought to awaken a feeling of union with the divine. With a characteristic purifying and relaxing quality, its character is thought to strengthen willpower, self-confidence and determination.
Himalayan Cedar: The Himalayan Cedar for this fragrant rope incense is extracted from the wood of cedar trees which are found in Himalayan Region of Nepal. The common Nepali name for this Himalayan Cedar is Dhup. Pure cedar wood is rolled by hand in lokta paper. Use for meditation in your home, stupa or temple. This type of dhup is typical in Newar community and almost each and every Newar home uses it. It is also referred to as Newa Dhup in Newari culture.