we are describe our range of Indian Attars
Indian Attar, Attar 'Shamama' are so popular. Its Attar are
widely used for smell. It smell are very spicy & long lasting. 'Shamama'
content are many different essential oils like Musk, Sandalwood oil,
Agar wood oil, Wintergreen oil (Khas), Mehndi (Henna) etc. & also
many Indian herbs (Approx 200+) are included its Contains. Sandalwood
oil are used as a base for prepare Sandali Shamama.
Smell are so precious & lasting approx 8 to 10 hours.
have two brand of 'Attar Shamama'.
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of Attars have different quality & contents.
Sandalwood oil are best
essential oils in all categories oils. we prepare Attar on sandalwood
oil via hydro distilled plant. Sandalwood base Attar available in
Rose, Jasmine, Hina, Saffron, Oud etc.
of Extraction of Sandalwood Oil Attar
using of East
Indian Sandalwood oil, we prepare incredible Sandalwood oil
Attar. The Sandalwood oil attars are extracted by traditionally
‘Degs & Bhapka system’ (Show in photograph), which is a hydro
distillation process. The still is heated form below by lighting a
fire with the help of wood. The temperature and speed of the
distillations controlled by regulating the fire. The distillation is
managed by highly skilled/experience, workers called ‘Dighaa’. He
knows when the correct quantity of vapours have condensed inside the
receiver by feeling the round part of the receiver under water. The
water in the tank is change continuously to prevent the temperature
rising too high. Managing the still is highly skilled job, as the
operator must keep the boiling in the still at a level that matches
the condensation in the receiver, in order to keep the pressure under
control. When the desire quantity of vapours have condensed, the
Dighaa rubs a wet cloth around the body of the still for a temporary
pause in distillation and the filled receiver is replaced by another
receiver. If necessary, the second may be replaced by a third
receiver. The receiver is then allowed to cool and may remain idle for
one or two days depending on the pressure of work.
The mixture of oil and water is then separated either directly form
the receiver through a hole at the bottom or pouring the whole mixture
in an open trough, After the oil and water have separated into two
layers, the water is removed from an opening in the bottom, and the
same is cohobated. The base material remains in the receiver. After
desired concentration of the attar has been reached, then same is
poured into leather bottles for sedimentation and removal of moisture.
Sometimes liquid paraffin is used for the manufacture of cheaper
attars. The mouth of the receiver is sealed by wrapping coarse cloth
around the bamboo pipe and pushing it inside the condenser. The
receiver may contain up to 5-10 kilos of Sandalwood
oil materials and is kept in a small water tank.
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