Sri Sai Flora

Sri Sai Flora is one of the best-known temple incenses in India, frequently used by Ashrams and temples around the world. Made with the traditional Masala technique, it has a spicy and strong aroma.

It contains powders of amber, Copaiba, Elemí and Turpentine, which give it soft notes of essential oils.

Sri – (beauty or wealth) is a word used as a title of respect in Hinduism. It is also the name of a goddess.

Sai – (Holy or venerable) this word is used to address or define a wise, holy person who should be venerated.

Flora – (flowers) Used to refer to aromatic flowers.

Manufacturing: Handcrafted in Rajajinagar, Bangalore, the incense capital of India.

Presentation: Boxes of 25 grams, with about 10 sticks.

Combustion: This incense is long lasting, approximately 65-75 minutes per stick.

Productie: handgemaakt in Rajajinagar, Bangalore, de wierookhoofdstad van India.

Presentatie: Dozen van 25 gram, met ongeveer 10 stokjes.

Verbranding: Deze wierook gaat lang mee, ongeveer 65-75 minuten per stokje.


Sri Sai Flora Incense

Sri Sai Flora is one of the most popular floral incenses in the world, masala type, traditionally made and handmade. It is formulated to serve in meditation and contemplation, and is one of the best-known incenses in the temples of India. It has a sweet aroma, and due to its intensity it is powerful and peculiar.

This variety of incense was created in honor of Sai Baba of Shirdi, also known as Shirdi Sai Baba (or Sri Sai Baba). He was an Indian yogi, guru and fakir, considered by his Muslim devotees to be a saint, and to Hindu devotees of him the incarnation of Shiva or Dattatreya. There are many stories and accounts of miracles that he performed.