Oud burning is an integral part of the rich Arabian heritage and tradition. It’s customarily used as a gesture of hospitality in most Arab events such as wedding, love event or any form of get-together where the burnt oud is being passed from one guest to another in a majilis. It is likewise used as a fragrance for linen, home and clothing. What most people in the gulf do is to scent their kandora (men’s wear), abaya and kaftan (women’s wear) as well as their ghutra (head dress for men) and shiela (head dress for women) by smoking it with their desired scent of oud prior to applying their perfume of choice.
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