Govinda incense captivates the senses with its wonderful blend of sandalwood, sage and lavender, which creates a peaceful and attractive fragrance. It will leave you in an uplifted mood of harmony and clarity. Govinda, the one who attracts the senses, is the name of Lord Krishna during his youth. It was during this playful time in the forests of Vrindavana that he was a lover of the gopies, best friend of the gopas, and the dear one of all beings. He captivates all hearts with his sweet smile, playful tricks and the melodious sound of his flute.
This stick incense blend of jasmine and Tulasi has been mixed together and rolled by hand, following the ancient wisdom to open the third eye and balance the Ajna Chakra by facilitating concentration and intuition. Continued use of this resin incense assists in balancing and opening the chakra, promoting a balanced personality, the ability to concentrate, intuition and spiritual vision. The Ajña Chakra, the sixth energetic center, is situated in the space between the eyebrows. It is highly regarded as the third eye, or the eye of Lord Shiva. It is the center that connects us to the mind element. Prabhuji explains that when this chakra functions well, it is expressed in the ability to concentrate, a balance between the poles of the personality, consciousness of the soul, personal knowledge, intuition, spiritual experiences, thinking power, and a markedly strong will power. On the physical level it manifests as balance in the paired organs, such as the ears, eyes, and kidneys.
Using ancient wisdom, this hand-rolled stick incense blends together patchouli, geranium and rose in a unique mixture that helps to balance the Anahata Chakra, the fourth energetic center situated near the heart. Continued use of this incense assists in increasing love and sensitivity toward others. This chakra connects us with the element of air. Prabhuji explains that this chakra is related to security in relationships, sensitivity, sympathy, confidence, love towards oneself and others, kindness, helpfulness, flexibility, health, equilibrium, vital rhythm, optimism, enthusiasm, passion, inner peace and harmony. When this chakra functions well, the health of the respiratory system also benefits.
Gokula is gentle sweet and sensual incense that will touch even your taste buds. While spreading its warm and cozy fragrance it will create an atmosphere of unconditional acceptance and love. Gokula Village is situated on the Yamuna River, surrounded by the beautiful Vrindavana forest. It is the place where Krishna appeared and played his delightful childhood pastimes, and the manifestation of the transcendental abode in which the Divine eternally dwells.
The sweet and slightly citrusy fragrance of the Hari incense helps to uplift and open the mind. Both of its ingredients, amber and sandalwood, have excellent qualities for purifying and spiritualizing the environment, makes this incense a wonderful companion for meditation, prayer and spiritual practice. Hari, the one who removes the darkness, is Lord Vishnu, who is the light of the soul and whose appearance in one’s heart immediately dispels the darkness of illusion.
This earthy sweet ’n sour mixture of Vetiver, Cedarwood and Halmaddi gum is gentle, soothing and relaxing. It brings the freshness, silence and mystery of the forests into your place. Krishna, the embodiment of the divine who sported in spiritual joy in the forests of Vrindavana, is the bestower of eternal wisdom that destroys all misery. With the captivating sounds of his flute he captivates the hearts and still the minds of the embodied souls and thus brings them to his spiritual realm to relish with him the eternal bliss.
Lavender and sandalwood are blended together in this hand-rolled incense that has been carefully formulated in accordance to ancient wisdom to stimulate and open the Manipura Chakra. This third chakra is situated near the navel. When this incense is used continuously, it helps the energetic center function in a healthy manner while promoting power and self-confidence, as well as vitality and the ability to make changes. The Manipura Chakra relates to the fire element. Prabhuji explains that when this center is open, one experiences improved self-esteem, confidence, a light feeling, enthusiasm, self-assurance, and the capacity to both accept and execute authority. Healthy functioning of the chakra also improves one’s dynamism, motivation, persistence, trust, ability and power to make changes in life, and promotes healthy digestion.
This is a rich blend of sandalwood, patchouli, khus grass and clove spice. Formulated according to ancient wisdom, it is designed to be burned with the intention to open and stimulate the lowest energetic center, the Muladhara Chakra. Continued use of our Muladhara Stick Incense will help to balance the chakra and the way it functions, promoting serenity as well as the stabilizing feeling of being grounded. It also facilitates healthy blood, bones and tissues. The Muladhara Chakra is situated at the base of the spine and connects us with the element of earth. Prabhuji explains that the chakra is directly linked to the sense of security, survival, confidence, steadiness, and one’s relationship with money, home, work, and the ability to be nourished. Balanced functioning of this chakra leaves us mature, confident, fearless, consistent, peaceful and firm-minded.
This exotic blend of patchouli, cardamom and rose is sweet and fresh. The harmonious lively yet peaceful atmosphere this scent is creating is like a beautiful soothing dance of Radha, the soul, to the sounds of Krishna’s divine flute. Radha, the beloved girl of Krishna is the feminine aspect of the divine which is united forever and yet suffers great separation from her beloved one. Along with her girlfriends, the Gopies, Radha is the most intimate lover of Krishna in his youth time at Vrindavan. After his departure to Mathura she suffered great agony and spent her days in tears of separation. In heaven they are united forever in an eternal love.
This aromatic stick incense attracts positive energy with its distinct notes of sweetgrass, a fragrant perennial that flourishes in the moist soil of India. Artistically blended with the Oriental fragrance of exotic flowers, a bouquet of floral scents fills your space, creating the romantic mood of deep longing for a loved one. Ragini Gaudi is the personification of an ancient Vedic melody filled with the longing of unsatisfied love most strongly experienced when the incense is burned from 8–10 am, though it can be thoroughly enjoyed any time. Ragini Gaudi is the wife of Raga Megha, capable of evoking the Indian monsoon with clouds, thunder, lightning and rain. A ragini is a female raga, an ancient melodic form of Indian classical music played in a certain scale of notes with its own melodic form and associated mood. The ragini is always played or sung after its raga, or husband, with its composition reflecting the tantric elements of the male and female energies. Together the static and dynamic energies create mood-evoking music. Let the distinct atmosphere of this meditative and contemplative ragini fill your space, touch your spirit and inspire your mind.
This unique fragrance takes you to the Malava Kingdom of ancient India that is mentioned in the great Hindu epic The Mahabharata, which teaches great truths about the essence of Existence. Burn this hand-rolled incense and enjoy the floral notes of jasmine as they gently mingle with the undertone of vanilla and naturally sweet powders. Ragini Gujari is the dynamic and musical counterpart of Raga Malava, and its subtle vibrations are best appreciated in the second quarter of the day from 9 am to noon, though thoroughly enjoyed at any hour. A ragini is a female raga, an ancient melodic form of Indian classical music played in a certain scale of notes with its own melodic form and associated mood. The raga-ragini combination evolved from the spiritual practice of Tantra around the 14th century. Together the static and dynamic energies create mood-evoking music. Let the distinct atmosphere of this daylight ragini fill your space, touch your spirit and inspire your mind.
This uplifting stick incense fills your space with the fragrant notes of two night-blooming flowers known for their sweet floral, and carnal yet velvety nuances—jasmine and tuberose. Find pleasure in the citrusy and elegant light note of bergamot oil, with its fruity-sweet and mildly spicy note that men and women find equally alluring, with the subtle scents of peach and strawberry in the background. Bergamot is also a popular scent in aroma therapy used to treat depression. Hints of musk and vanilla complete this exotic fragrance, wrapping like an exotic vine through this rich floral fragrance. This fine incense is named after Ragini Kachaili. A ragini is a female raga, an ancient melodic form of Indian classical music played in a certain scale of notes with its own melodic form and associated mood. Let the distinct atmosphere of this exotic and uplifting ragini fill your space, touch your spirit and inspire your mind. The raga-ragini combination evolved from the spiritual practice of Tantra around the 14th century. Together the static and dynamic energies create mood-evoking music.
Ragini Kakubha is the personification of an ancient melody of a woman who is waiting impatiently for her lover. Let the alluring scent of sandalwood, a classic Oriental woody note, the hint of romantic rose and undertone of vanilla bring this mood of love into your space. A ragini is a female raga, an ancient melodic form of Indian classical music played in a certain scale of notes with its own melodic form and associated mood. The ragini is always played or sung after its raga, or husband, with its composition reflecting the tantric elements of the male and female energies. The raga-ragini combination evolved from the spiritual practice of Tantra around the 14th century. Together the static and dynamic energies create mood-evoking music.
Burn this stick incense, close your eyes, and your mind will be transported to a summer garden of flowers in full bloom near the sea. Ingeniously blended with a sweet musk, this scent is supported by the natural sweetness of vanilla and peach. Named after Ragini Padmanjari, who is often depicted enjoying leisurely time and petting a cat, this fragrance carries the melodic vibrations of a ragini, which is a female raga, an ancient melodic form of Indian classical music played in a certain scale of notes with its own melodic form and associated mood. The raga-ragini combination evolved from the spiritual practice of Tantra around the 14th century. Together the static and dynamic energies create mood-evoking music.
This delightful stick incense, with a note of musk, is named after Ragini Todi, an ancient melody personified by a beautiful young woman who is passionately in love but separated from her lover. Wandering through the forest, melancholy and unhappy in love, and renounced to the world, she charms the hearts of deer and antelope while playing her vina, a Vedic stringed instrument. Light this incense, highlighted by the floral notes of jasmine and the alluring aroma of the classic Oriental woody scent of sandalwood, and fill your space with the irresistible mood of passion and longing. This perfect blend takes you to the forest grove where highlighted notes of khus grass, musk and dashangam bring a calm and soothing feeling. The fragrance and mood of this alluring incense is ideally enjoyed in the second quarter of the day between 9 am and noon, though it will carry its unique vibrations into your space at any time of the day. A ragini is a female raga, an ancient melodic form of Indian classical music played in a certain scale of notes with its own melodic form and associated mood. Let the distinct atmosphere of this melancholy ragini fill your space, touch your spirit and inspire your mind. The raga-ragini combination evolved from the spiritual practice of Tantra around the 14th century. Together the static and dynamic energies create mood-evoking music.
This unique blend of the finest fragrances features the sacred and revered lotus blossom. Following an ancient wisdom that has been passed down for countless generations, this hand blended and rolled stick incense is designed to open, stimulate and balance the Sahasrara Chakra. Continued use of this resin incense promotes enlightenment, a balanced personality, the ability to concentrate, intuition and spiritual vision. The Sahasrara Chakra is the seventh energetic center and is situated at the crown of the head. It connects us to the transcendental, to the Divine. Prabhuji explains that when this center functions in a balanced manner, the human being can experience the most elevated level of development in all aspects. This includes a pure and fresh mind, plenitude, interest in religion and spiritual topics, and an attraction to divine consciousness or the call of God.
This incense, rich with pure sandalwood, has a royal and sensual aroma that creates a serene and harmonious atmosphere. It is the ideal incense for meditation and concentration. Light this incense once and you will want to enjoy it forever. Shyam is the beautiful dark-skinned one, the divine aspect of beauty, youth, nobility, and attractiveness. He is the object of the ecstatic love of the gopies of Vrindavan, who are ready to give anything for just one glance from his beautiful eyes.
This is an alluring blend of vanilla, rose, and vetiver grass. Formulated according to ancient wisdom, it is designed to be burned with the intention to open and stimulate the Svadhishthana Chakra, the second energetic center. Continued use of this hand-rolled incense contributes to the healthy functioning of the chakra, and promotes sensuality and creativity. The Swadhishthana Chakra is situated below the navel, the width of two fingers above the first chakra. This center connects us with the element of water. Prabhuji explains that this chakra is associated with desire, pleasure, passion, and creativity. The balanced function of this chakra brings the desire and ability to enjoy things, and it promotes health in the gallbladder, liver and nervous system.
This fragrant stick incense mixture of the finest oriental woods and amber have been blended together and rolled by hand in accordance to ancient wisdom to help open and purify the Vishuddha Chakra, improving the ability to communicate and attain wisdom. The Visuddha Chakra, the fifth energetic center, is situated at the base of the neck and connects us with the element of ether. Prabhuji explains that this chakra relates directly to communication, but not only on the verbal level – it is related to our ability to express ourselves. With this understanding, it is related to everything ranging from art to the highest form of communication in meditation, the communion with our Self. On the physical level it is connected with the immune system and clarity of the voice.
This rich combination of vanilla, copal and amber brings to mind the feelings of cleanliness, purity, freshness and innocence. Its fragrance will change the mood of your whole day. Yamuna was the first incense offered by Prabhuji’s Gifts and remains the best seller. After lighting a handmade stick of Yamuna incense, sit to meditate, practice yoga, read a book or simply… be…. Yamuna is the river of love in which Krishna and his beloved Gopies enjoyed their divine play.