These aromatic incense sticks, with the scent of forests, are made solely from dried plants, flowers and pure plant oils. Which is then compressed, dried and rolled around a bamboo stick, to create these beautifully scented and slow burning incense sticks. They are produced a small village in Rajasthan, India. These incense sticks are a type of incense, traditionally, most often burned before an Indian religious image, idol, Buddha statue, or shrine. In modern days, the burning of joss sticks can be used for any type of purpose, such as to enhance the smell of a room. Light the incense stick on top, blow out the flame and fit the stick in an incenst stick holder. Don’t bring the glowing top and the hot ash in contact with flammable things. Don’t let the sticks burn without supervision.