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Bakul Attar is derived from bakula, which is Indias most sacred as well as beautiful flowering tree. It is most commonly found on western coast of India and flowers between months of March to August. Filling the air with an intoxicating aroma, the perfume of bakul flower (Also called garland flower) lasts for very long time & therefore is symbolic for lasting love and devotion. Prepared from absolutes obtained from star-shaped Bakul flowers, the attar is also among the most preferred due to its soft & floral fragrance.
True Sandalwood Oil.
Extract of Maulsri flowers, Sandalwood oil.
This attar is used in preparation of exclusive perfume blends as well as in exotic scents. Prepared from the extract of Maulsri flowers and Sandalwood oil, Bakul attar is also used in sacred Hindu ceremonies while seeking the blessings of gods and goddesses.