Aarsun brings to you handmade Wooden Incense Stick Holder and Box in premium quality Sheesham Wood handcrafted by skilled artisans from Saharanpur, India. There are multiple designs available in Incense Stick holders. But this particular design has been there for existence since ages. These designs can be seen even in Indian History particularly in the age of the Mughal Empire.
Incense stick holder / box is a part of each and every home in India as each home does have a Temple and if not, prayers are a part and parcel of life. The Wooden Incense Stick Holder Box not only provide the best way to keep your Incense sticks at one place but also is a smart way to avoid any dust issues. The Incense Box keeps spares, have a lid style space at one corner to remove all the ashes from the box.
Not only that, it even have 2 grooves for Dhoopbatti which can be placed inside the box. The basic steps are to place the Agarbatti stick inside using the small holes at the adjacent walls and close the lid at the top. This way only the incense smoke comes out of the box and the ashes remain inside. At some places, only Dhoop batti is used. For this, the height of the box is such that a small dhoop stick can be easily placed on the top the grooves provided and the box lid can still be closed.
Coming to the point of the material being used in making the Incense stick holder, the unit is made from premium quality Sheesham Wood which is a premium hardwood and is considered auspicious in making Pooja Articles. Sheesham Wood is named even in the relics and holy books for its divine use. Apart from Sheesham, these boxes are also available in Mango Wood and other types of wood. However, Sheesham Wood Agarbatti Holder are the most widely preferred boxes to have at home.
Benefits of Sheesham Wood:
- Sheesham wood is the most popular Indian wood across the globe known for its durability, natural rich grains, and longevity.
- Sheesham wood has a beautiful irregular grain structure which is very distinctive in appearance and can be polished to a fine finish.
- Unlike the board furniture, solid wood has natural grains which varies from piece to piece, thus making each and every piece unique.
- Textures if solid wood sets it apart from the board-made furniture.