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Dukhni Blog: A Window into Arabic Perfumery

  • What is Kasturi?

    The Mellow Yet Mighty Musk Everybody thinks of musk as manly or too strong of a fragrance, but you’ll be surprised that it’s actually soft and nuan...
  • Oud Bakhoor v/s Yemeni Bakhoor! Whats the Difference?

    Bakhoor is the Arabic word for incense. Oud, attar, bakhoor are often used interchangeably and confused with each other. For clarity on the differe...
  • Role of fragrance in prayer

    Fragrances have strong emotional associations. The way you smell and what you smell outside can evoke from soft to a sublime range of emotions with...
  • What does Oud smell like?

    The ‘wood of the Gods’, oud is an olfactive experience like no other! It is regarded as transcendental to a higher self, thus its use in religious ...
  • Why Bakhoor makes a great Ramadan gift?

    Wondering what to gift for Ramadan or Eid this year? During the month of Ramadan, it is very common to send Hadiya, also known as a gift, to family...
  • Saffron in Fragrances

    Saffron is usually referred to as the worlds most legendary spice. It grows in Iran, Greece, Morocco and India. Saffron is used in food for flavour...
  • Where does the Best Oud Come From?

    The most preferred and premium oud quality comes from India. It is colloquially known as Oud Hindi and this quality is followed closely by Oud from...
  • Why Is Oud Everyone's Favourite?

    A perfume connoisseur may regard oud as a prized possession. However, truth be told, oud may not be for everyone from the very beginning. The fragr...
  • What is Oud?

    Oud – An Olfactive Rendezvous With God What’s been untold about the mystical oud or oudh in the world of fragrances may be iterated here for purpos...
  • How and Why to use Bakhoor to Scent Your Hair?

    Bakhoor is the Arabic word for incense. Arabs have been using bakhoor since decades to scent their homes. Their love for fragrances, perfume oils, ...
  • Different Ways to burn Bakhoor! and some common mistakes

    Bakhoor is the Arabic word for ‘incense’ and there are several ways in which you can burn bakhoor. We will look at all the different ways that you ...
  • Why is Yemeni Bakhoor Special?

    Arabs are known world over for being large consumers of all types of fragrances. Attars (concentrated perfume oil) and bakhoor (incense) being amon...