28) Bharath Darshan incense sticks
is the Sanskrit name for ancient India... and means "the land where the
people are attached to God". Darshan
is also a Sanskrit word... meaning to see and be seen by a deity or holy person,
or to make a pilgrimage to a sacred place. So Bharath Darshan,
roughly translated, means something like Pilgrimage
to Ancient India.
Darshan incense sticks are made
in Bengaluru (Bangalore) by the Asoka Trading Co, and come packed in a hexagonal
The fragrance is a
light, subtle mix of (among other things) sandalwood, jasmine and
vanilla... described on the packet as "fragrance which spreads,
freshens the mind and atmosphere."
A box contains (on
average) 20 nine inch sticks, which burn for about 35 - 40 minutes each.
£1.39 per box, plus post
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Darshan - a fragrant pilgrimage to ancient India - Indian incense sticks, Asoka