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These are long and very thin sticks of wood (generally bamboo), having a coating of combustible material, dipped in scent. When burned, the Incense sticks (agarbatti) release fragrance with smoke.
Incense Sticks manufacturing is a handicraft industry. The Government of India has recognized the unique nature of the units engaged in the manufacture of Agarbatti/ Incense Sticks and has also acknowledged
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that agarbatti/Incense stick is a specialty product. The Ministry of Commerce, GoI, in 1983, has therefore accorded the status of "Handicraft Industry - Hand made typically Indian" to this industry.

  Maa Kamakhya Darbaar Fragrance (India) Pvt. Ltd,

The company is the leading manufacturer, packager, marketer, and exporter of Incense sticks (agarbatti) products in India. It is located in Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh), one of the most industrialized cities of India,which is home to some of the internationally known brands like
Woodland Shoes, LML Two Wheelers, Kothari Group etc. MKD (Maa Kama- khya Darbar Fragrances Pvt. Ltd.) manufactures a complete range of Incense products like agarbatti (Incense Sticks), dhoopbatti, and Joss Sticks. Its brand portfolio boasts of some of the best known and most selling products like Tiranga, Gulab, Sandal, Green Wood, Ziyarat, Sai Shraddha Mogra, and Rajnigandha.
‘Tiranga’ infact is the largest selling Incense stick brand of India. The company is fast expanding and is set to launch many more products and brands in the coming years.
The Company follows the business ideology of – ‘Strong Brands are built by providing Best Products at Value Price’. Having a wide distribution reach its products are widely available in Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal, Bihar, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, and Assam.