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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
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  • Zanhem A.
    08/29/2020 07:54

    💜💜💜. I have the bottle still boboh.

  • Randa K.
    08/01/2020 22:40

    What about the deserts in U.S.? Plus we don't use child labor.

  • Fraz A.
    07/31/2020 21:40

    East o west Our Indian products are the best ❤❤

  • Koushik C.
    07/28/2020 15:55

    eta bolchilm ❤️✨

  • Chinmai H.
    07/28/2020 15:09

    Is there a way we can connect to them

  • Sanchana V.
    07/28/2020 14:24

    Mesmerizing! This needs proper advertising and marketing!

  • Sony I.
    07/25/2020 19:03

    I need that perfume

  • सौरव श.
    07/23/2020 07:36

    https://youtu.be/Auq02fB1MLw

  • Kaini K.
    07/23/2020 06:35

    i want this perfume😍

  • Sugandha A.
    07/22/2020 10:30

    Where to get that?

  • Sagar K.
    07/16/2020 07:52

    Where can we buy this perfumes

  • Garima G.
    07/13/2020 11:59

    So good. I want one of these

  • Nikita S.
    07/13/2020 09:10

    : Aren't we so thoughtful?

  • Preet K.
    07/12/2020 06:27

    Where can we buy this?

  • Chhaya S.
    07/12/2020 06:14

    Do you have a wattsapp no to order

  • Chhaya S.
    07/12/2020 06:13

    In Mumbai where can I get mittiattar

  • Pauline G.
    07/11/2020 12:33

    Brilliant!

  • Angad S.
    07/10/2020 07:03

    -

  • Shantu Y.
    07/10/2020 04:11

    Much thanks for this video

  • Harbhajan K.
    07/09/2020 20:31

    I love it 🥰

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