Many incense aficionados have rated these sticks as vastly superior to most commercially produced Indian incense.
Happy Hari's incenses are made in small Indian villages instead of giant inner city factories and adhere to strict recipes handed down through time immemorial. "There is no compromise" says Mr Dilip the man behind most of these fragrances and incense experts and aficionados from across the globe all agree these are amongst "The Best Smells In The World!"
'Niyama Sutra' are Indian Incense with a strong patchouli share. The heavy, sweet-spicy flavor is the classic fragrance tradition of India, which for the program of 'Happy Hari Incense' is typical. You might think, 'Niyama Sutra' are incense sticks in a sort of 70s retro style, but this isn't so. Timelessness is here a topic and a particular quality feature.
Masala Method – The main fragrances (parts of plants, wood powder, essential oils, etc.) be set-in by hand into a dough-like, sticky mass (base), which is then rolled onto the wooden sticks. The prescription of the base is a guarded secret of the manufacturer, cause it's crucial for the flavor.