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India is a place of many cultures and customs, and people pray to God in a variety of ways. People have shown their devotion to the almighty through diverse rituals and traditions for centuries. Rishis and Gurus used to do havans in ancient times because they believed it connected them with God. The holiness and purity of the havan maintain a balance and excludes any unwanted energies from our surroundings, primarily from our body, mind, and soul.
The main objective of doing havans in ancient times was to achieve spiritual enlightenment, mental serenity, and environmental cleanliness. As time passed and the practice of conducting havans declined, the Atharva Veda and Rig Veda introduced the age of lighting agarbattis began (incense sticks). According to Vedic Times, the primary reason for advocating the usage of incense sticks was to eliminate undesirable aromas and to provide a nice fragrance. Later, it got interwoven into the Ayurvedic medical system and religious activities also. People began to transition from havans to agarbattis for daily prayers to God since incense sticks began to impart the same essence of purity as havans. Gradually, the significance of agarbattis grew, and the practice of burning incense sticks became embedded in our society. The scent of incense sticks stimulated emotional and physical reactions, allowing people to concentrate and memorize information. Eventually, incense sticks became beneficial for meditation, yoga, and several spiritual purposes.
The popularity of using incense sticks declined tremendously when products in the fragrance market got adulterated with the usage of chemicals that deteriorated their purity. The enhanced use of impure incense sticks led to more smoke production which overall harmed the environment. The fumes which used to radiate positivity around us started to irritate our eyes. The side effects of burning incense sticks made people drift away from their cultural practices. Moreover, modernization pulled people away from their ethics and values. For health-related concerns, people pulled back from products with impurities and harmful chemicals and the process of lighting incense became obsolete.
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