Goloka Oud Incense Sticks 15 gm Packet

Goloka

£1.80 
SKU: NC113

Everyone uses incense for different reasons, some to freshen their home, others for a more spiritual reason.  

We lit this wonderful scented incense today. Wow! The incense burnt for a full 35 minutes and the fragrance was amazing. Seriously if you want a incense that will last when it finishes burning and makes your home feel fresh and scented this is definitely one to buy.   After 12 hours the incense still lingered.                                                                                              
Now for the info part:- Agarwood, Aloeswood or Gharuwood is a fragrant dark resinous wood which can be used in incense. It is formed in the heartwood of Aquilaria trees when they become infected with a type of mould.

Goloka Oud incense sticks are made from pure Agarwood used as offerings in Buddhist temples and for special occasions in the middle east.  

"Goloka Oud has an outstanding mystery that has captured the hearts of the pious devotees and Royal elites for centuries.  Being an earthly aspect, it has a quality that grounds our inner being.  As an intangible essence, it has the power to inspire our souls to the Divine realms"

"Discover the mental, physical and spiritual benefits for yourself"

Simply light the Incense Stick and wait until the end glows. Blow out the flame and place the Incense Stick in the Incense Holder/Burner. The wonderful scent of Goloka Oud will fill your home.

 Each Incense Stick is hand rolled using natural ingredients

Each Incense Stick is 8 inches in length

It will burn between 45 to 50 minutes depending upon conditions

Each packet weights 15g, contains minimum of 10 Incense Sticks

About Goloka

All proceeds from the distribution of Goloka brand products are used 100% charitable activities of ISKCON Bangalore like:

The Akshaya Pata Foundation - Providing Mid day meals to 1.7 million underprivileged children every school working day.

Promotion of Organic Farming - Training farmers on organic & bio dynamic farming and preserving Indian breeds of cows and bulls.

The Cultural Education services (CES) - aims at enhancing values and life skills in children through culture-related activities.