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Tibetan Mokchhya Nirvana/Tibetan White Lotus/Tibetan Nag Champa Incense 4.5" Sticks with Holder, 30 Sticks, You Choose

Tibetan Mokchhya Nirvana/Tibetan White Lotus/Tibetan Nag Champa Incense 4.5" Sticks with Holder, 30 Sticks, You Choose

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: Himalayan Woods, Himalayan Plants, Sacred Herbs, Nirvana, Moksha, Tibetan Mokchhya Nirvana Incense
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Tibetan Incense is a special blend of Himalayan aromatic plants used by Buddhist practitioners for centuries to arouse enlightened qualities.

Traditionally offered on mountain tops to promote peace and happiness for all beings.

Scent: Mokchhya Nirvana, earthy, mellow, light spice
Burn Time: Approx. 30 Minutes
Sticks Size: 4.5" Long
Packaging: 30 sticks with holder
Handmade in Nepal

Tibetan White Lotus Incense stimulates kundalini energy that lies coiled in base of the spine like a sleeping serpent; can be awakened and brightened through yogic disciplines and meditations which no wind has never disturbed.

Lotus is also considered a medicine for aiding concentration.

Scent: Tibetan White Lotus
Burn Time: Approx. 30 Minutes
Sticks Size: 4.5" Long
Packaging: 30 sticks with holder
Handmade in Nepal

Length and number of sticks may vary.

Tibetan Nag Champa is the aroma of Laxmi, Goddess of Wealth.

Useful as an element for relieving pain from headaches, allergy, etc.

It is said to activate the mind and is perfectly safe for inhalation and the environment.

Scent: Tibetan Nag Champa
Burn Time: Approx. 30 Minutes
Sticks Size: 4.5" Long
Packaging: 30 sticks with holder
Handmade in Nepal

Length and number of sticks may vary.


May your purchase and use of this incense be beneficial to all beings.


Nirvāṇa is a term found in the texts of all major Indian religions – Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism.

It refers to the profound peace of mind that is acquired with moksha, liberation from samsara, or release from a state of suffering, after respective spiritual practice or sādhanā,

The idea of moksha is connected to the Vedic culture, where it conveyed a notion of amrtam, "immortality", and also a notion of a timeless, "unborn", or "the still point of the turning world of time".

It was also its timeless structure, the whole underlying "the spokes of the invariable but incessant wheel of time".

The hope for life after death started with notions of going to the worlds of the Fathers or Ancestors and/or the world of the Gods or Heaven.

The earliest Vedic texts incorporate the concept of life, followed by an afterlife.

This idea appears in many ancient and medieval texts, as Saṃsāra, or the endless cycle of life, death, rebirth and redeath, such as section 6:31 of the Mahabharata and verse 9.21 of the Bhagavad Gita.

The Saṃsara, the life after death, and what impacts rebirth came to be seen as dependent on karma.

The liberation from Saṃsāra developed as an ultimate goal and soteriological value in the Indian culture, and called by different terms such as nirvana, moksha, mukti and kaivalya.

This basic scheme underlies Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism, where "the ultimate aim is the timeless state of moksha, or, as the Buddhists first seem to have called it, nirvana.

Although the term occurs in the literatures of a number of ancient Indian traditions, the concept is most commonly associated with Buddhism.

It was later adopted by other Indian religions, but with different meanings and description (Moksha), such as in the Hindu text Bhagavad Gita of the Mahabharata.
Tibetan Incense is a special blend of Himalayan aromatic plants used by Buddhist practitioners for centuries to arouse enlightened qualities.

Traditionally offered on mountain tops to promote peace and happiness for all beings.

Scent: Mokchhya Nirvana, earthy, mellow, light spice
Burn Time: Approx. 30 Minutes
Sticks Size: 4.5" Long
Packaging: 30 sticks with holder
Handmade in Nepal

Tibetan White Lotus Incense stimulates kundalini energy that lies coiled in base of the spine like a sleeping serpent; can be awakened and brightened through yogic disciplines and meditations which no wind has never disturbed.

Lotus is also considered a medicine for aiding concentration.

Scent: Tibetan White Lotus
Burn Time: Approx. 30 Minutes
Sticks Size: 4.5" Long
Packaging: 30 sticks with holder
Handmade in Nepal

Length and number of sticks may vary.

Tibetan Nag Champa is the aroma of Laxmi, Goddess of Wealth.

Useful as an element for relieving pain from headaches, allergy, etc.

It is said to activate the mind and is perfectly safe for inhalation and the environment.

Scent: Tibetan Nag Champa
Burn Time: Approx. 30 Minutes
Sticks Size: 4.5" Long
Packaging: 30 sticks with holder
Handmade in Nepal

Length and number of sticks may vary.


May your purchase and use of this incense be beneficial to all beings.


Nirvāṇa is a term found in the texts of all major Indian religions – Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism.

It refers to the profound peace of mind that is acquired with moksha, liberation from samsara, or release from a state of suffering, after respective spiritual practice or sādhanā,

The idea of moksha is connected to the Vedic culture, where it conveyed a notion of amrtam, "immortality", and also a notion of a timeless, "unborn", or "the still point of the turning world of time".

It was also its timeless structure, the whole underlying "the spokes of the invariable but incessant wheel of time".

The hope for life after death started with notions of going to the worlds of the Fathers or Ancestors and/or the world of the Gods or Heaven.

The earliest Vedic texts incorporate the concept of life, followed by an afterlife.

This idea appears in many ancient and medieval texts, as Saṃsāra, or the endless cycle of life, death, rebirth and redeath, such as section 6:31 of the Mahabharata and verse 9.21 of the Bhagavad Gita.

The Saṃsara, the life after death, and what impacts rebirth came to be seen as dependent on karma.

The liberation from Saṃsāra developed as an ultimate goal and soteriological value in the Indian culture, and called by different terms such as nirvana, moksha, mukti and kaivalya.

This basic scheme underlies Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism, where "the ultimate aim is the timeless state of moksha, or, as the Buddhists first seem to have called it, nirvana.

Although the term occurs in the literatures of a number of ancient Indian traditions, the concept is most commonly associated with Buddhism.

It was later adopted by other Indian religions, but with different meanings and description (Moksha), such as in the Hindu text Bhagavad Gita of the Mahabharata.

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