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pooja Items

Faith and spirituality are key concepts in every Indian household. We complement our prayer with pooja items made exclusively to suit this purpose. These pooja items can be found in every home, irrespective of what religion one might belong to. Pooja items from dhoop and agarbati, kumkum, vibhooti, chandan powder, and camphor, we use one or all of these during different rituals. If we keep the religious bit aside, these pooja items have been scientifically proven to help alleviate anxiety and tension. Fragrances from sandalwood, mogra, and even desi gulab have the ability to send neurotransmitters that help calm the brain. Natural relaxants found in these pooja items are ideal to help meditate and set in a calm and soothing atmosphere. Lighting an agarbatti or using a lamp oil while you sit still and meditate can immidiately bring about a positive change in our mood. Sandalwood or chandan powder is a prized ingredient in Ayruveda. Known to help people with anxiety, application of sandalwood powder on the forehead can bring about a calming effect on an individual. Lavender works well for sleep while mogra sets in a fresh mood. Get Anahata's pooja essentials to bring energy and life to your home.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

No it is not. It is made of ingredients that are used for the purposes of ‘havan’ or sacrificial fires, thus it has purifying properties. While cigarette smoke irratates the lungs and respiratory system, generally, organic agarbatti smoke is not harmful and brings positive vibes and energy to the surroundings. If chemical agarbattis are used, they can be harmful.

Aromatic incense sticks have been used since Vedic days, wherein they were offered to the fire god. The aroma, the ingredients and the method of making organic incense sticks are very beneficial in keeping the mind and body calm, regulating emotions, aiding spiritual progress and bringing positive energy to the surroundings. They contain natural anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties, and can keep away insects, mainly due to the mix of herbs and roots that are used in making the sticks.

No, mogra needs sufficient sunlight and should be grown outdoors.

Smoke from organic agarbattis will not cause cancer. It is made of ingredients that are used for the purposes of ‘havan’ or sacrificial fires, thus it has purifying properties. If chemical agarbattis are used, they can be harmful.

No, they are not mosquito repellents though they keep them away. However, its not safe to use them specifically as mosquito repellents.

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