“Bakhoor” is the Arabic word for aromatic woodchips (usually Agarwood) and a combination of genuine traditional components, soaked in scented oils and blended with musk, floral oils, sandalwood, resins, and other natural ingredients. It comes in many different varieties and is imported from the Arabic world.
Bakhoor burner (incense burner) for burning a bakhoor or incense. Bakhoor, bukhoor or frankincense is a kind of perfume that is popular in the Arab countries. It contains a type of incense, which consists of wood chips infused with scented oil.
Attar is an Arabic word that means scent. Also known as Ittar, attar is a natural perfume oil that is derived from plant sources like herbs, blooming flowers, spices, barks, and other such organic sources.
Agarwood, aloeswood, eaglewood or gharuwood is a fragrant dark resinous wood used in incense, perfume, and small carvings. This resinous wood is most commonly referred to as “Oud” or “Oudh”.
Tasbih is a form of dhikr that involves the glorification of Allah in Islam by saying: “Subhan Allah”. It is often repeated a certain number of times, using either the phalanges of the right hand or a misbaha to keep track of counting.
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