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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.

28/06/2020 2:57 PM
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55 comments

  • Mir H.
    10/09/2020 15:24

    SAVE IT 🙏

  • Mudit K.
    07/09/2020 15:57

    Vocal 4 local has begun friends 🌻 Ye mera India 🎊

  • Gerardine F.
    03/09/2020 00:53

    This is just wow!!!!🥰

  • Rohit S.
    02/09/2020 15:38

    This is the reason BHARAT is now Vishwa Guru !! Proud to be an Indian !! 🇮🇳

  • Mayurakshi B.
    02/09/2020 11:38

    am I the only person who doesn't like this smell

  • Priyanka H.
    02/09/2020 10:41

    so interesting would love to wear this perfume ❤️❤️❤️

  • Riti B.
    02/09/2020 09:59

    I need this perfume

  • Pratibha C.
    02/09/2020 09:13

    I want one ....

  • Samragyee B.
    02/09/2020 09:01

    🥺

  • Nimisha K.
    02/09/2020 01:41

    what we were talking about 😄

  • Vivek K.
    01/09/2020 19:39

    hey , I think you people need to do more researches on Indian Ancient Technologies, you will find more better inventions 😊

  • Sanchita S.
    01/09/2020 15:09

    I love that smell. ❤️

  • Sameer S.
    01/09/2020 13:06

    It's Attar Mitti we have the best quality of that Attar in our Store. Indeed it best and take you a another expert Distilled process.❤️

  • Harpreet K.
    01/09/2020 09:33

    Really I love that smell of rain in dry grounds

  • Anys F.
    31/08/2020 23:10

    when ancestral crafts meet world pandemics. Happy learning!

  • Raza A.
    31/08/2020 20:46

    ❤️

  • Deepak V.
    31/08/2020 15:11

    Petrichor is an aphrodisiac

  • Prarthana S.
    31/08/2020 13:54

    😍❤️

  • Guruvayour G.
    31/08/2020 03:01

    wow

  • Sabril S.
    30/08/2020 22:48

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