India

Since ancient times fragrance and aroma have been a part of the Indian tradition. Historically, in India, perfumery tradition dates back to over 5000 years. Rose finds its mention in the Kama Sutra, an ancient Indian Hindu text, written during 400 BC. It states that a lady should grow roses to create the right ambience for love. Rose helps you to unwind and relax, whereas Kewda, offered as an ‘Attar’ – a perfume for gods and goddesses post bathing of the idol, will mark your presence anywhere you go & is one of the strongest, most delightful and richest fragrance ever found. Kewda is The combination of Rose and Kewda is used in the Indian Panchamrita ritual and makes a truly divine combination