India is a land of culture, traditions, colors, and fragrance. burning agarbatti (Indian word for incense) as an activity has been followed very fondly by all religions alike. Lighting incense sticks, commonly known as agarbatti (from Sanskrit agar: "aroma". Vatti: "wound" of "grief") in India, had been an age-old tradition since the Vedas. The oldest Vedas known to humanity, namely the Rig Veda the Atharva Veda, mentions the incense. This highlights the deep-rooted relation between India and agarbatti.