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History of Bakhoor
A Nubian civilization called the Kingdom of Kush, often ruled by a queen, was home to the Nile River and mountains. They used incense and perfume oils in a spiritual manner and during their own unique ceremonies. Read more here!
4,000 years ago, the people of the Vedic Civilization made various oil blends held in jars that were made from decorated clay, bronze, and copper, while they also perfumed their surroundings using their own bakhoor. Read more here!
Around 6,000 years ago, the land between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers birthed the first ancient civilization known to man; Mesopotamia. Read more for Mesopotamia's historical use of bakhoor.
One way the Ancient Egyptians were similar to us, was in their innate sense of smell. Though they did not discover the use of incense, or bakhoor as it is known in some regions, they are amongst the first to have recorded their use.