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Dukhni Blogs: Delving into Islamic Scents

2024 Ramadan Checklist

With Ramadan fast approaching, it's time to prepare for a month of spiritual rejuvenation and reflection. As you get ready for this blessed time, ensure your home and personal belongings...

Fragrance Essentials for Ramadan 2024

Ramadan is a sacred month of fasting, prayer, reflection, and community for Muslims around the world. Alongside the spiritual practices, fragrance plays a significant role in enhancing the Ramadan experience....

5 Ways To Use The Dukhni Bakhoor Box

Welcome to the world of indulgence and luxury with our bestselling Oud Bakhoor Box! Elevate your sensory experience as we explore five creative ways to enjoy the rich aroma of...

Oud - The holy scent of Ramadan

The holy month of Ramadan is synonymous with prayer and hospitality. Ramadan is a month devoted to prayer, recitation of the Quran, family gatherings and it is an occasion to...

Ramadan with Dukhni Fragrances

Ramadan is a holy month dedicated to prayer and spirituality. Purification of one's mind and heart is at the very essence of Ramadan. There are a lot of traditions associated...

7 Ways to Enjoy Arabic Oud Bakhoor Incense

Arabs love burning incense and they indulge in burning copious amounts. Here are some ways to enjoy burning ‘bakhoor’. Burn bakhoor while relaxing- you can unwind with a cup of...

3 Most Favourite Spice Scents

Ever been curious about the most popular spices - loved for their scents not just their taste? See how we blend these into our secret family recipes- some subtle and...

Get rid of Cigarette Smell

Bakhoor, also known as incense, is a traditional method for removing unpleasant odors and adding a pleasant scent to a room. It is made from natural ingredients such as wood...

The invigorating smell of Lemongrass

Lemongrass fragrance is a fresh, citrusy scent that is often used in perfumes, candles, and other scented products. It is derived from the lemongrass plant, which is native to tropical...

Who Invented Bakhoor?

Thousands of years ago, bakhoor first originated with Arabia's nomadic tribes, who upon setting up camp, would burn agarwood chips to both fragrance the air and deter insects. Years later,...

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