Tasi Yellow Monastic Tibetan Incense Sticks
Tasi Yellow spice & herb incense
The preparation of Zimpua (ritual incense) is one of the traditional arts of Tibet.
Tasi Yellow incense is composed of 35 different spices and aromatic substances of which nagi, saffron, red and white sandalwood, form a part.
The excellence of Zimpua, however, is not merely in the purity of its ingredients, but in the manner of its formulation as well. It is prepared with great care and in accordance with the traditions preserved though the centuries within the monastic orders of Tibet
Tasi Yellow incense is hand rolled using traditional monastic methods and contains no wood or bamboo stick.
Tibetan incense requires an incense burner capable of burning solid incense with a larger diameter than stick incense.
Most customers simply place the sticks upright in a small bowl of sand
From ancient times incense has been as an inseparable part of Nepal for offering to the deities, in temples, monasteries and private houses enhance intellectual ability, for mental peace and to balance physical imbalances in one's body.
Incense holds an invaluable role in Buddhist ceremonies and rites and is thought to purify places and people so it has been an indispensable part of Buddhist Services from ancient times.
Each distinctive yellow & red incense pack contains approx 44 sticks.
Sticks are approx 30cm long.
Pack weight: 100 gram
Hand rolled incense from Nepal
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