Agarbattis are fragrance sticks used from precedent days by people all over the world. The evolution of agarbattis is from the burning of aromatic woods within the ancient times. As human race gained civilization and became more religious, these fragranced agarbattis play a necessary role in daily rituals. ‘Agarbatti’ is Indian or Hindi term for what is also known worldwide as ‘Incense Sticks’. They are thin strands of bamboo sticks coated with fragrant paste made of natural ingredients, extracts of scented flowers, sandalwood or majorly forest yield. Agarbattis are available in numerous colors and with different perfumes. The burning time of an agarbatti varies from quarter-hour to according to quality and size of agarbatti. The state of Karnataka is the major producer of agarbatti in India, with Mysore and Bangalore being the main manufacturing centers. The top brands producing agarbatti in India are Cycle Pure Agarbatti, Moksh Agarbatti, Mangaldeep Agarbatti, Zed Black Agarbatti, Hem Agarbatti and Patanjali Agarbatti.