Satya Incense: Eastern Tantra
Tantra ("loom, weave, warp" in Sanskrit) denotes the esoteric traditions of Hinduism and Buddhism that developed in India from the middle of the 1st millennium CE onwards. Tantrism can be defined as a systematic quest for salvation or spiritual excellence, by realizing and fostering the divine within one's own body, one that is simultaneous union of the masculine-feminine energies and spirit-matter and has the goal of realizing the "primal blissful state of non-duality’’. Inspired by this quest of symbiosis and ecstasy, this incense has a strong, sweet, and sensual scent.
Masala incense are made in a particular way that uses high-quality natural resins, oils, and herbs that are combined to create a thick, malleable mixture. This mixture is then hand rolled onto sticks made from bamboo. Creating incense via this method yields far more excellent quality than other stick incense where the incense is just submerged within oils. Creating incense also helps provide a pure, cleaner, burning scent.
15 grams = 15 sticks. Each stick burns for approximately 40 - 45 minutes.