This relaxing and purifying incense combines floral, woody and bitter ingredients renowned for their desired qualities.
Name explanation: Govinda is one of the names of God and means “protector of the cows,” a sacred animal in Hinduism, and can also mean “one who satisfies the senses.”
Why customers love it: Herbs, flowers and resins are blended together with pure oils and sandalwood, combined in accordance to ancient wisdom. This incense is designed as a fragrant offering to a higher power, a spiritual practice that deepens one’s devotion while reveling in its enchanting fragrance.
Packaging: Colorful packaging made from 100% recycled cardboard, artistically displaying traditional Indian artwork of the Lord Krishna and Sri Radha, who when seen together represent the highest love and devotion. Incense is kept fresh in a plastic bag and can be seen through an oval opening. A hole in the top makes it ideal to display on a hanging rack.
Made from natural ingredients: unique varieties of herbs, flowers, resins, pure oils and pure sandalwood. These are blended together into a paste and hand-rolled onto a bamboo core stick, according to ancient wisdom, in a sustainable manner by artisans in India’s cottage country, providing employment to rural villagers. An auditor ensures there is no child labor.