Parijata, an exotic quartet of tropical scents that draw from the rich heritage of fragrances in India, bewitches you heart, soul and body. Parijata captures the essence of four home grown fragrances to fill up your senses.
- Strong and long-lasting fragrance
- Rare and exotic fragrance
- Irresistible smokey
- Aromatic and complex
- Music to senses
- Parijatha Ghazal E Oudh
Parijatha Ghazal E Oudh is an intoxicating musky scent, aromatic and complex, the sheer poetry of Ghazal E Oudh is music to the senses. It leaves you feeling refreshed for a long time. Oudh which comes from the wood of the tropical Agar (Aquilaria) tree is believed to have originated in Assam in India and later spread to South East Asia. Today, it is one of the most expensive perfume ingredients of the world and is hence known as Liquid Gold or Black Gold of the Forest.
- Parijatha Chandana
Parijatha Chandana from Bipha Ayurveda is the perfect warm, distinctive and inviting sandalwood perfume for those who just wants to smell intoxicatingly lovely. Sandalwood essential oil derived from pristine sandalwood trees of Marayoor forest in the Western Ghats of Kerala is home to this luxurious fragrance and produce high quality oil with aromatic, long-lasting scent.The deep,woody fragrance of this precious natural extract is just amazing. The warm and refreshing divine aroma helps you relax and pacify your mind.
- Parijata Gulabi
Cloud-soft, fragrant puffs of sun-kissed, dewy damask roses beckon those around to come closer and closer even closer when you wear Gulabi. The town of Kannauj on the banks of the Ganga in central Uttar Pradesh, just north of Lucknow is the perfume capital of India Damask rose blossoms are hand-picked before daybreak from flower farms in and around Kannauj and transported to the distillery the same day.
- Parijata Mallika
Mysterious, seductive and magical; this shower of jasmine petals linger and evolve on the skin to create a signature scent. Mallika is made with freshly harvested jasmine from the Arabian Jasmine's vast flower fields in Dindigul.