back

Bottling The Indescribable Smell Of Monsoons

You know that incredible smell of rain hitting dry ground? Starting thousands of years ago, Indians identified it and made it a perfume.

06/28/2020 2:57 PM
  • 644.9k
  • 301

145 comments

  • Angad S.
    a day

    -

  • Shantu Y.
    a day

    Much thanks for this video

  • Harbhajan K.
    2 days

    I love it 🥰

  • Susmita C.
    2 days

    Are u serious!!!! Where can I buy one? ❤😱

  • Jaswant S.
    2 days

    This smell is very nice one can smellin earthen pitcher and surahi.Not much used these days Even in cooler asp kind of grass was used called kha khas ki tatia. But now wooen burda is used. The great poetess Amrita pritam also mentioned about this smell coming after first rain

  • Niv C.
    2 days

    Beautiful

  • Huzefa J.
    3 days

    Jitesh Shahalani do you guys have this fragrance

  • Nikhil K.
    3 days

    Beauty of words ...... The word "KUPPI" is still used in tamil and malayalam for bottle ..... And this word was used during the harappan era too 😍😍😍

  • Guru H.
    4 days

    bhai yeh idhar phailaanaa padega

  • Sourabh D.
    4 days

    TRACK ID PLEASE??

  • Sourabh D.
    4 days

    BACKGROUND SCORE??????

  • Vijendra K.
    4 days

    Yes, kannauj uttar Pradesh is known as perfume city of India since 1000 of years. They are still making perfumes with the same methods. Many of them export perfume to the other countries.

  • Elaine B.
    5 days

    Would love to receive a petrichor sample to review on my Instagram feed!

  • Neha G.
    5 days

    Iam searching mitti itra from long time, but i didnt get it, please let me know from where i will purchase it

  • Taslima A.
    5 days

    But the serum is duplicate

  • Faisal N.
    6 days

    WHAAT

  • Preeti M.
    6 days

    😍

  • Shivam K.
    6 days

    mai bolta tha na mitti ki khushbu ki perfume aati hai

  • Matthew I.
    6 days

    Petrichor Perfume 😯😯😯😯😯

  • উমা আ.
    6 days

    This smell of rain is called petrichor. It's is so sensual and warm.. truly undiscribable💙