INCENSE AND INCENSE STICKS: TYPES, COMPONENTS, ORIGIN AND THEIR RELIGIOUS BELIEFS AND IMPORTANCE AMONG DIFFERENT RELIGIONS

@inproceedings{Yadav2020INCENSEAI,
  title={INCENSE AND INCENSE STICKS: TYPES, COMPONENTS, ORIGIN AND THEIR RELIGIOUS BELIEFS AND IMPORTANCE AMONG DIFFERENT RELIGIONS},
  author={Virendra Kumar Yadav and Nisha Choudhary and Samreen Heena Khan and Areeba Khayal and Raman Kumar Ravi and Pankaj Kumar and Shrey Modi and G. Gnanamoorthy},
  year={2020}
}
Incensing (incense stick burning) is an ancient tradition during different rituals in almost every religion. Earlier, it was used explicitly for divine purposes only. However, with the advancement of time, it is being used for secondary purposes, such as air fresheners and insect repellant. Incense sticks burning hold an important place in Hinduism, Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam. All religions have their own belief behind the usage of incense sticks. Peoples from different countries, use… 

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