Tibetan incense from the Kopan Monastery
This incense is made by the nuns of the monastery in Boudhanath, in the Kathmandu valley. A monastery in the Gelug tradition of Mahayana Tibetan Buddhism under the direction of Lama Zopa Rinpoche.
Incense making is a significant source of income and contributes to the smooth running of the monastery. The incense is produced by hand using traditional Tibetan methods.
The intensely fresh fragrance of this incense is based on freshly picked juniper leaves and berries, blended with cedarwood and sandalwood. It is invigorating, brightening and uplifting.
The ingredients of this very special incense come from trees and herbs in the high mountains of the Solu Khumbu region.
It is stimulating and refreshing, like a breath of fresh air from the snow-capped Himalayas.
Net weight: approx. 45g, number of sticks: approx. 35
Produced at the Kopan Monastery by Pure Land Incense