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Oud incense and oil as well as eastern perfumes are on most Saudi families’ shopping lists. Burning oud, or agarwood, is an old tradition practiced at almost every home in Saudi Arabia all year long; it is also used as a gift in social occasions like weddings and engagements, where it is a common custom to include elegant-shaped, medium-sized pieces of oud in the traditional gift boxes presented to the parents and close relatives of the bride. During Eid, it is an old costume to burn some and let the fragrance of its smoke fill the house while receiving visitors. Many people wear it as perfume, using oud oil, when they go to Eid prayers and during visits. The demand for oud increases in Ramadan as Eid Al-Fitr approaches.
Saleh Omar Banafe has an incense shop in Jeddah. “The demand peaks at the last 10 days of Ramadan to use it for Eid days and prayers. Most buyers are Saudis; some of them are from other Gulf countries and North African countries, especially Morocco,” he said.
Banafe’s family has been in the business for more than 35 years. “Some traders buy their goods from others, who bring them from abroad. Some travel themselves to Southeast Asian countries to get the agarwood from Burma, Cambodia, Malaysia and Java in Indonesia.”
Oud in general is expensive. “This is because of the hazards involved in the process of obtaining it. Oud is extracted from the heart of trees that grow in the woods. The process of extracting it and bringing it involves difficult journeys and the possibility of encountering predators and venomous animals. Several traders had accidents during such journeys,” he said.
According to Banafe, Indian oud incense is the finest and most expensive. “It’s the king of bakhoor (incense),” he said. Cambodian oud comes second. “There are several types, including Javanese, Malaysian, and Burmese.”

Laylat al-Qadr falls on the last 10 nights of the Islamic month of Ramadan, and it commemorates the night when Allah revealed the Koran to Mohammad.

Laylat al-Qadr

Sometimes referred to as the ‘Night of Destiny’ or the ‘Night of Power’; many Muslims in the UK believed that this was the time when the Koran’s first verses were revealed to the Islamic prophet Muhammad.
On the night of Laylat al-Qadr it is believed that God marks ones fate for the following year, so many Muslims will pray during the night for mercy, forgiveness and salvation.
It is believed to be the most appropriate time of the year to pray for salvation and blessings, and if a Muslim prays through the ‘Night of Destiny’ their sins will be forgiven.

Some Muslims also believe that if one perfectly fasts through the night of Laylat al-Qadr that they may receive a personal greeting from an angel, who may grant them a wish.

Muslims fast during Ramadan as it is seen as a way of improving one’s self discipline and physical health, as well as having spiritual benefits.

There is not set date for Laylat al-Qadr but most scholars believe it falls on the odd numbered nights of the final ten days of Ramadan, most likely falling around the 27th day of Ramadan.

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