Sambrani Dhoop Cups, Organic Mandya
Sambrani Dhoop Cups, Organic Mandya

Sambrani Dhoop Cups - 12pcs Set

Sale price Rs. 135.00

About Sambrani Dhoop Cups: Sambrani purifies and protects. The smoke absorbs moisture in the air as well as fumigates its surroundings. Ingredients: Sambrani, Cow Dung, Herbs, Charcoal.

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Sambrani Dhoop Cups, Organic Mandya

Sambrani Dhoop Cups - 12pcs Set

Rs. 135.00

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About Sambrani Dhoop Cups:

Sambrani purifies and protects. The smoke absorbs moisture in the air as well as fumigates its surroundings.


Ingredients:

Sambrani, Cow Dung, Herbs, Charcoal.

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FAQ's

1. What are Sambrani dhoop cups?

Sambrani dhoop cups are small incense cups used in Indian households for their fragrant smoke. They are commonly used in rituals, meditation, and to purify the air.

2. How do I use Sambrani dhoop cups?

To use Sambrani dhoop cups, light the edge of the cup until it starts burning, then blow out the flame to let it smoulder and release fragrant smoke. Place it on a heat-resistant surface to avoid any damage.

3. What are the benefits of using Sambrani dhoop cups?

Sambrani dhoop cups are known for their calming and purifying properties. They help create a serene environment, repel insects, and purify the air by reducing negative energies.

4. Are Sambrani dhoop cups safe to use indoors?

Yes, Sambrani dhoop cups are safe to use indoors when used with proper ventilation. Ensure they are placed on a heat-resistant surface and keep away from flammable materials.

5. How long do Sambrani dhoop cups burn?

Sambrani dhoop cups usually burn for about 15-20 minutes, depending on the size of the cup. The fragrant smoke lingers long after the cup has finished burning.

6. What is the significance of Sambrani in Indian culture?

Sambrani has been used in Indian culture for centuries for its spiritual and purifying properties. It is often used during rituals, festivals, and daily prayers to create a sacred and positive environment.