Attar is Alcohol Free Perfumes & Body Spray

Attar is Alcohol Free Perfumes & Body Spray

The words Attar, itar or itra derived from the Persian word 'Itir' (itir). This word 'Itir' is known as fragrance. But in ancient times Egyptians were famous for making this perfume.

Attar is Alcohol Free Perfumes & Body Spray.

Attar is a special fragrance produced from herbal sources. The word atar is derived from the Persian word itir , meaning perfume. Attar is a perfume used by Muslims . Attar is used in any religious ceremony or before going to prayer. Atar is the only halal fragrance for men. And the only decoration of the dead is perfume.

Ancient Egyptians were famous for making perfumes. Extracts from various plants and flowers were mixed with various oils to make perfumes. Later, the famous Muslim physician Al-Sheikh Al-Rais invented various perfume making processes. He was one of the pioneers in making perfumes using the distillation method.

The presence of which creates a new scent in a unique fragrance is a fragrance.

What is Attar?

The words Attar, itar or itra derived from the Persian word ‘Itir’ (itir). This word ‘Itir’ is known as fragrance. But in ancient times Egyptians were famous for making this perfume.

They used to make perfumes from different plants or flowers without mixing any kind of craft. The famous doctor Al Sheikh Al Rais made various unique perfumes and popularized them.

In history he is known as Abi Ali Al Sina. Today we know him as Ibn Sina. He is the first person. who developed the technique of separating the scents of roses and other plants. Later, this medieval chemist named Ibn al-Baytar showed the method of collecting this perfume in a natural way. Before the discovery of the technique of rose essence, the liquid perfumes were mixed with oil.

The collection of nectar gradually spread rapidly to other continents. He made 40 of the 62 cardiac medicines from this herb. The perfumes included were agarwood, rose, saffron and jasmine.

Atar was commonly used by Muslim communities and the Indian subcontinent as well as local Arabs to cure health ailments. Its widespread use can also be observed in Greek medicine. However, its special type is described during the reign of Queen Awrah al-Sulaihi of Yemen. received.

During the reign of Akbar in India, his famous vizier Abul Fazal expressed his opinion on how to use it in the form of incense or burner. The barks used at that time were – Alvera, Sandalwood, Cinnamon.

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The names of some valuable organic or natural perfumes are as follows:

1. Agar Ud

2. Kustri

3. Shamama

4. Ambergris

Besides henna, rose, jasmine, sandalwood. Without any mixture, they become a symbol of nobility. That is why India’s Uttar Pradesh, Kanuj, Maharastra have become perfume cities. In addition, some parts of Thailand and Vietnam have preserved agar trees, making the perfume industry popular and more expensive than gold, and have been able to show a huge demand in the Middle East.

 

Your question. Zainul Abedin Azad’s presentation in this popular program of NTV answered various questions of the audience. Muhammad Saifullah.

 

In the 2459th part of your question, Rashidul Islam has asked to know through a letter from Natore whether girls can use perfume or not. Written by Jannat Ara Papia. Using such cosmetics is an aspect of women’s grooming. Women can use this kind of decoration at home in their family.

There will be Maharam, there he will be able to use Atar. But it is not permissible for him to go out using perfume. When she goes out, don’t use perfume. Because, this kind of fragrance often attracts people. As a result, there is a danger of Fatana. Avoiding places where there is some danger of Fatna, Fatna and places with risk of Fatna have been ordered in Islamic Shari’ah. So that no kind of bad action or bad thought can enter into people and women can keep themselves free from it. So in this case he will not come out using perfume or scent.

Agar tree is an evergreen tree. And perfume or perfume is made from the extract of this plant. Perfumes are produced from agar both artificially and naturally.

 

During the Mughal period, the agar industry in Greater Sylhet had a worldwide reputation. However, later that industry disappeared. At present perfume is being produced officially through processing at Chhat in Sunamganj, Sylhet.

Many are even cultivating agar privately.Baralekha upazila of Moulvibazar is famous for Sujanagar Agar-Atar. Agar is cultivated in its surrounding area. The height of this tree is 60 to 70 feet. Patharia and New Samanbagh areas under Baralekha upazila are famous for agar cultivation.

It looks very tall with straight and long trunk. It can take 20 to 22 years to become a full-fledged agar tree. A fully grown agar plant is sold for two to two and a half lakh rupees. The wood of the agar tree produces valuable agar and attar.

Characteristics of agar plant.

 

When this tree is at least five to ten years old, its thick stems are suitable for agar production. Agar is produced from the trunk or thick branches of the agar plant in two ways – the natural method and the artificial or nail method. When the agar tree is five to ten years old, its trunk turns black. Meanwhile, black spots fell on different parts of the tree.

Once blackened, it takes more than five years to complete. This black part of the plant is called agar.A medium-sized nail is driven very frequently along a line from the bottom to the top of the thick trunk of a tree that is at least five years old.

When to nail a tree depends on the thickness and size of the tree, not its age. If it is not grown properly, many times even a ten-year-old tree cannot be nailed. Wait at least five years after nailing. During this period, the inner part of the stem, including the part adjacent to the base of the nail, becomes black or agar is formed.

 

How agar plants are preserved.

 

Full-grown trees are harvested from the agar garden and are first cut into pieces and separated. These pieces are divided into two parts. A piece of thick black, light black, coppery, slightly coppery colored wood.

The other part consists of gray, almost white pieces of wood. Light black, copper and slightly copper colored agarwood logs are cut lengthwise. These are called slices. Slicing is done very carefully and meticulously so that the black parts or agars remain intact.The slits are called Dhoom in the local language. In the factories, the smoke making works are mainly done by women. After smoking, the wood chips are cut into small pieces. Machines are used in many factories in addition to the use of saws to grind the slit slices.

Then the chopped pieces are soaked in a container or water tank, drum, big pot for 10 to 15 days. After that, the wood is removed, covered with water and powdered. In the local language, the powdered parts of the wood are called churon.Now it’s time to make perfume.

Later, the churans also need to be soaked for at least eight to ten days. When the cuttings are thoroughly decomposed, they are removed. Then put it in a special container made of steel filled with water and heat it from below on fire.

The container is sealed very well, almost air tight. In this way heat has to be applied continuously for 10 to 12 days. A tube is attached to the top of the pot by a special process. The other end of the tube is connected to another vessel.

 

In the heat of the fire, the sawdust is boiled and vaporized and enters the upper tube. Those vapors condense and drip into the container at the other end. A layer of oil falls on top of that accumulated water. This layer is the agar oil. One tola of perfume is about 12 grams. It is known that after extracting the perfume, the remaining agar is sold to the lamp factory. Moreover, the remaining parts are also exported to the Middle East.

 

What are the types of Attar?

People’s attraction to fragrance or survi is natural. Since time immemorial people have been obsessed with Suravi. Since ancient times, people have been making and using natural fragrances. The love of perfumes is typical of the Prophets. The use of perfumes and perfumes is also a Sunnah of the Prophet (PBUH).

Perfume is an important ingredient in various occasions and religious ceremonies. Atar-Suravi is considered a symbol of purityKnown as Perfume in English, Pafam in Persian, Sugandhi in Bengali. There is a debate about its origin. However, the name of Mesopotamia (current Iraq, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia) is more likely to be its place of origin.

A perfume factory established four thousand years ago has also been found in Cyprus. Tapputi, the world’s first woman chemist, is mentioned in various histories of perfumery.

Further back in history, the process of making perfumes began in ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt. Later the Romans and Persians modernized the perfume making process.

The ritual use of perfume can be seen in almost all religions of the world. As such, the history of fragrance is very old, like the history of religion. The world’s oldest scriptures describe the use of perfumes.All the famous perfumes of the world are made from musk or mrignavi, agar and extracts of flowers and fruits.

Fragrance names vary as much as the essence; E.g.- Perfume made from flowers is called ‘Zahra’ and perfume made from fruits is called ‘Fawaki’. However, the king of fragrances is musk. The source of the umbilical cord is a special type of deer in the hill region. Only 60 to 65 grams of musk can be obtained from a mature mrignavi.

The name of the musk is also different depending on the mixture; Like Sammatul Amber, Meshak Amber etc. Mixing sandalwood with musk makes ‘Samamatul Amber’ and Sandalwood mixed with Samamatul Amber again makes Mashak Amber. Then let’s talk about agar. Agar is a type of mountain gamari plant. Perfume is made from agarwood pulp.

A fragrance is also made from the extract of Motha and roots of a type of Durbaja grass.Perfumes are made from the essence of all fragrant flowers. Among them rose and rosary are in high demand. Bulgaria is famous for its rose perfume. Turkey is in second place. After that India. Again, perfume is made by mixing different flowers; For example – ‘Alf Zahra’.

More or less perfumes are produced in almost all countries of the world. However, there are no exact statistics on which country produces the most. Countries produce perfumes keeping in mind the availability of perfumery materials, local and international market demand etc. Various studies have shown that UAE, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Lebanon, Egypt, France, USA, Canada, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, Czech Republic, Iran, India, Pakistan, China,Taiwan, Countries like Netherlands, Spain, South Korea etc. produce the most perfumes.

Rasulullah (SAW) himself loved perfumes. Ordered others to use perfumes. The use of perfume in daily life is the blessing of the believer. Manavpalli is blessed by the behavior of the believer. Therefore, the use of perfume is an important part of a believer’s life.

There is a special urge to use perfumes in public gatherings, Fridays and Eids. In the hadith narrated by Abu Saeed Khudri (R.A.), Rasulullah (S.A.W.) said, ‘On Friday, use as much perfume as possible.’Faqih or Islamic jurists say that it is better and better not to use fragrances or perfumes that contain alcohol.

If you want to use perfume or spray, you want to use alcohol-free. However, it is also true that not all alcohol is forbidden in Islamic Sharia. It is permissible to consume alcohol that does not have a Shariah prohibition regarding its source. Mufti Taqi Usmani, one of the Muslim scholars of today’s world, wrote, ‘Currently, alcohol is being used for various purposes in the world.

 

It is used in the preparation of various medicines. Chemicals are used in various applications. Many industries cannot be run without the use of alcohol. In short, many people are involved in it nowadays and there is a great need for it.

Now let us see, if these alcohols are not made from raw grape juice, then it is permissible to use them for legitimate purposes according to Imam Abu Hanifa (RA). According to Imam Abu Hanifa (RA), if the alcohol available in the market is not prepared from dates and grapes, then there is no problem in using it for legitimate purposes.

It is legal to use this amount as it does not cause intoxication. And it is a natural fact that most alcohol today is not made from grapes and dates. So these can be bought and sold for legitimate purposes. It can also be used in medicine or treatment.

Can be used for other purposes as well.’But yes, since we don’t know exactly what the alcohol used in perfumes is made of, Taqwa (fear of God) requires careful avoidance of alcoholic perfumes and body sprays.

Note that if any alcohol is proven to be made from grapes and dates, it cannot be used. On the other hand, it is not permissible to use scents, perfumes and body sprays if any kind of impure substance is mixed in them. (Tuhfatul Ahwazi:

 

Islamic jurists say that attar, fragrance and perfume can be used while fasting. But it cannot be smoky. That is, there should be no opportunity to enter the stomach. This is what has been said in the fatwas of the highest fatwa committee of the Arab world. Regarding the use of perfume while fasting, it says, ‘If someone uses any kind of perfume while fasting on the day of Ramadan, his fast will not be invalidated. However, scents cannot be taken from plant material and powdered perfumes, such as powdered mesquite, etc.;

Because there is a risk of them entering the stomach. Various companies including Bangladeshi fragrance brand Al Haramain have achieved skyrocketing success in the international market by producing fragrances. Markets in the Middle East and Europe market with well-known elite brands of perfumes and cosmetics, which have become essential cosmetics for the luxurious lifestyle of the devout Muslim and high-class consumers there.Chairman and Managing Director of Al Haramain Perfume Group of Companies Mohammad Mahtabur Rahman. Today, he has earned a reputation as one of the richest expatriate Bangladeshis by selling perfumes. At present, perfumes are being exported from Bangladesh to 65 countries of the world.

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Attar photo

In addition to desi, European and Middle Eastern perfumes are available in the market. Jannatul Naeem, Jannatul Firdaus, Sultan, Oud, Al-Farez, Rose, Kasturi, Oud Amiri, Khaltat Al Muluk, Borak, Twin Flower are among the various types of perfumes. Apart from this, there are world famous Shamatul Amber and Al Ghazal Kasturi.When asked which of the perfumes are of good quality, the perfume showrooms located in Jamuna Future Park informed, ‘Oud, Mokhallat, Sultan, musk made from deer navel, Hayapi, Atifa perfume are very good in quality.’

Benefits of Attar.

Perfume can relieve fatigue and stress in body and mind. If atar is massaged on the knees or other joints of the body, it also relieves arthritis pain and bone problems. Atar also relieves various problems related to asthma, cough and shortness of breath. This fragrance is also useful for colds and coughs.

Fragrance along with a woman’s form and beauty is a strange magic to attract husband’s heart. It is permissible for him to use the scent if he is alone in the house or among women only. Must be used for husband. If the beauty of the rose is not matched by the scent, the rose is not appreciated. That is why Saints are very dear to husband and wife.

A woman will use perfume only for herself and her husband. She has to take care that the husband does not get any bad smell from her. In fact, love is a subtle thing, which is caused by little reasons; But it is also damaged due to minor reasons. Therefore, the couple must take care that no seeds of hatred are planted in the soil of love. And at the end of the same month, women have been instructed to put perfume in their private parts to remove the stench. After the cessation of menstruation, the woman will wash her whole body. Later put some perfume in a piece of cloth or cotton and keep it in the private area.

 

On the other hand, it is not permissible for a woman to use a cent for any man other than her husband. A girl who uses perfume especially to attract a man, is not a good girl.

The Prophet (ﷺ) said, “Every eye is adulterous. And if a woman passes by any (men’s) majlis using (any kind of) perfume, she is an adulteress.”[2]

Even going to the mosque for the purpose of worshiping Allah, no woman can use a saint.

Rasulullah (ﷺ) said, “Do not forbid the servants of Allah from coming to the mosque, but let them come modestly without using khosbu.”[3]

He also said, “No prayer is accepted for a woman who uses perfume for anyone other than her husband; As long as he does not bathe like the bath of an unclean person.”[4]

Similarly, when the husband dies, all kinds of perfumes are given to the widow during her period of mourning; The use of scented soaps or oils is prohibited.[5] One cannot even put anything scented on one’s children or anyone else. Since the fragrance will come to the hands.[6] However, some saints may use it in the pubic area to remove odor during menstruation.[7]

 

A point of caution is that women in Mahilamahals take pride in compromising on ornaments and clothing and ‘dress change’ every now and then to attract attention or change ornaments or wear double siya etc. is not a sign of a good girl. Pride is an action that makes people lose sight of people. The beloved Messenger (ﷺ) said, “Eat whatever you want, but do not leave two things; waste and pride.”[8]

 

Allah is beautiful. He likes beauty and cleanliness. But it is not valid to waste time and money. Because, he does not like the spendthrift. But spendthrifts are brothers and sisters of Satan.

 

Finally, let us say that the most beautiful and valuable ornament for everyone is the ornament of faith, knowledge and manners. Without this ornament, a woman cannot be graceful and beautiful with any other ornament. If a woman does not wear the garment of piety, no other garment can cover her dignity. Almighty Allah says:

 

يَا بَنِي آدَمَ قَدْ أَنْزَلْنَا عَلَيْكُمْ لِبَاسًا يُوَارِي سَوْاطِكُمْ وَرِيشًا وَلِبَاسُ التَّقْوَى ذلِكَ خَيْرٌ ذلِكَ مِنْ ايَاتِ اللَّهِ لَعَلَّهُكمْ يَا بَنِي آدَمَ

 

That is, O human race! I have clothed you to cover your shame and to dress you. But the garment of ‘Taqwa’ is the best.[9]

 

It goes without saying that a Muslim woman should, for her husband, take care of her outer beauty as well as her inner beauty. As cosmetics and ornaments enhance a woman’s form, beautiful character also brings spring to the flower-garden of form.

 

One asked an old woman, even at this old age, your body and face are beautiful! What cream do you use? The old woman said, Use the lipstick of truthfulness on both lips, use Kajal (forbidden) on the eyes, use veil cream and concealment powder on the face, use the Vezlin of benevolence on the hands, use the oil of worship on the body, use the love of Allah in the heart, We use wisdom in the brain, obedience in the soul and faith in instinct.

 

A Muslim woman should not be proud of being beautiful like a peacock. Because Mayur’s pride crumbles when he looks at his own feet. If there is a fault in the character, what is the value of the woman’s appearance? If the flower has no fragrance, does it have any value? Just as there is no interest in him if there is no salt in the food, so there should be no interest in a woman if there is no quality.

 

On the other hand, the glory of the flower’s fragrance and form does not remain for a long time. And when the flowers of the garland become stale, its status decreases. So what is the pride of form?

 

But no woman should be disheartened if she has a hearty form and not so much outward appearance. As the moon has a black spot on it because of its form, the lotus because of its whiteness has a black spot on it.

 

Prasadhika woman should know that the time wasted in grooming and grooming is not small. At the age of 60, at the age of 60, at least 18,250 hours (about 25 months and 10 days) is spent standing

 

Rules for using perfumes for women after menstruation. Regulations on the use of perfume by women. Regulations on women’s use of perfumes

 

There was a Badri woman, a very intelligent and sensible woman, when she married her daughter, she said to her, “My only advice is this.” That is, from your body, from your dress, from your behavior, your husband should never feel bad smell.

 

In the pre-Islam era, there were not so many cosmetics, only oil, perfume, miswak, but still women were very careful about these things for their husbands, but the sad thing is that today’s women go out in a very tidy state, all kinds of cosmetics. Uses materials, but inside the house wears very dirty and smelly clothes, whereas women should dress more neatly for their husbands.

 

It is said in a hadith that a woman who bathes cleanly, puts on perfume, and waits for her husband, and when the husband comes home and is happy to see his wife, then that woman gets the reward of the mujahideen who tied a horse to the border of the enemy and fought.

 

Again, not only the women will be tidy but the men are also seen in a very dirty and untidy condition in the house, the stench of sweat goes to the wife along with the stench of cigarettes, whereas the habits of the Salaf Salehins were different such as-

 

One day, Hazrat Ibn Umar (RA) came to Hazrat Ibn Abbas (RA) to inquire about a matter, it was night, he saw Hazrat Ibn Abbas had taken a bath, put on beautiful clothes, put on perfume and prepared a bilkul, Ibn Umar thought that Hazrat might be somewhere. Going on a trip, then Hazrat Ibn Abbas said, “I am not going on a trip, but I am going to the interior, that’s why there are so many preparations, as I like to have a happy wife, a tidy wife, can’t my wife also want her husband to be tidy and clean?” ? If my clothes smell bad, my body smells bad, then what is the use if the wife uses perfume only for her husband and is tidy? Then the wife will hate her husband.

 

Also remember that it is forbidden for women to use perfume to go out but a woman can use perfume for her husband at home.

 

A woman will use perfume only for herself and her husband. She has to take care that the husband does not get any bad smell from her. In order not to sow any hatred in the heart of the husband, women are instructed to remove the stench by placing perfume in the private parts after menstruation. After the cessation of menstruation, the woman will wash her whole body. Later put some perfume in a piece of cloth or cotton and keep it in the private area. For example, hadith number 314 of Bukhari Sharif, 332 of Muslim and 437 of Meshkat.

 

وَعَنْ عَائِشَةَ قَالَتْ أَنَّ امْرَأَةً مِنَ الأَنْصَارِِ سَأَلَتِ النَّبِيَّ ﷺ عَنْ غُسْلِهَا مِنْ الْمَحِيضِ فَأَمَرَهَا كَيْفَ تَغْتَسِلُ قَالَ خُذِي فِرْصَةً مِنْ مِسْكٍ فَتَطَهَّرِي بِهَا قَالَتْ كَيْفَ أَتَطَهَّرُ؟ فَقَالَ تَطَهَّرِي بِهَا قَالَتْ كَيْفَ اَتَطَهَّرُ بِهَا? قَالَ سُبْحَانَ اللهِ تَطَهَّرِي بِهَا فَاجْتَذَبْتُهَا إِلَيَّ فَقُلْتُ لَهَاتَتَبَّعِي بِهَا أَثَرَ الدَّمِ. مُتَّفَقٌ عَلَيْهِ

Narrated by Aisha (may Allah be pleased with her). He said, A woman of the Ansar came to the Prophet (peace be upon him) and asked him about ablution during menstruation. He told him how to take a bath. Then he said, take a piece of cloth with the fragrance of musk and use it to attain purity. The woman said, How can I attain purity by that? He (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, You will be purified by it. He said again, how can I achieve purity by that? He (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, Subhanallah (if you don’t understand this too)! Purity will be gained by it. ‘A’ishah (may Allah be pleased with her) said, Then I pulled her towards me and said (in silence), After the bleeding, wipe (the inside of the private parts) with it (it will remove the stench). (Bukhari and Muslim)

 

On the other hand, it is not permissible for a woman to use a cent for any man other than her husband. A girl who uses perfume especially to attract a man, is not a good girl.

 

The Prophet (PBUH) said, “Every eye is adulterous.” And if a woman passes by a (male) congregation using (any kind of) fragrance, she is an adulteress.” Abu Dawud, Tirmidhi, Nasa’i, Ibn Hibban, Ibn Khuzaymah, Hakeem, Sahih al-Ja’am Ha/4540.

 

He also said, “No prayer is accepted for a woman who uses perfume for anyone other than her husband; As long as he does not perform ablution like the ablution of an impure.” Abu Dawud, Nasa’i, Ibn Majah, Baihaqi.

Similarly, when the husband dies, all kinds of perfumes are given to the widow during her period of mourning; Use of scented soaps or oils is prohibited. He can’t even put anything like that on his children or anyone else. Since the fragrance will come to hand.

 

We all use perfume more or less. Although not always, perfume is used more on any occasion or special day. Others have made perfume an integral part of life. They don’t have a moment without perfume. Basically we all use perfume. It is Sunnah to use perfume as a perfume. But if the perfume we use contains alcohol, then what is its provision? Will it be halal? A man buys a perfume called Oud al-Imarat from a shop and finds that it contains ‘alcohol’ in its ingredient list. The shopkeeper was a scholar. When asked, he said, ‘Alcohol used in this perfume is halal. It can be used.’ The question is, ‘Can alcohol be used with perfumes or perfumes? If it can be done, what kind of alcohol will it be?’ In response, from the fatwa department of Darul Uloom Deoband, India, it is said, ‘Alcohol is like liquor.Alcohols made from grapes and dates are impure and haram. Apart from this, alcohol made from other things like potatoes, sugarcane etc. is not impure. And currently, this type of alcohol is usually used in conventional perfumes.’ Mufti Taqi Usmani, a noted scholar of Darul Uloom Karachi, said, ‘Most of the alcohol used in medicines, perfumes and other things these days is not made from grapes and dates. Rather, it is made from grains, husks and other materials. So it will not be impure.

 

Some hadith about Attar.

4:Perfume is a sign of purity. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was very fond of perfumes. Used perfume regularly. The Holy Prophet (PBUH) himself was a perfumer. As he walked through the streets, a shower of fragrance flowed. People would have understood that the Prophet (PBUH) had walked this road. Besides, perfumes and perfumes were very dear to the Prophet (PBUH).

 

The use of perfume is the Sunnah of all Prophets. On the authority of Abu Ayyub Ansari (RA), Rasulullah (SAW) said, ‘Four things are the Sunnah of all the Prophets. Atar, marriage, meswak and covering the place of shame.’ (Musnad Ahmad, Hadith: 22478)

 

Rasool (pbuh) was very fond of using perfumes. On the authority of Rasul Hazrat Anas (RA), the Holy Prophet (SAW) said, ‘Three things are dearer to me than your world. Wife, fragrance and my eyes are cooled by prayer.’ (Nasa’i Sharif, Hadith: 3939)

 

Perfumes are made with essential oils such as the extracts of fragrant flowers, myrtle, etc. Meshack amber is also a good perfume. The Holy Prophet (PBUH) was very fond of mesh. It is made from the navel of deer. On the authority of Hazrat Abu Saeed Khudri (R.A.), he said, Rasulullah (S.A.W.) said, ‘The best perfume is mesh.’ (Tirmidhi, Hadith: 912)

 

Meshak is also called Kasturi in our country. During the mating season, musk glands near the abdomen of male deer release scent, which attracts female deer. At the end of the season it falls off the body of the deer. It is collected and dried in the sun to make musk.

 

Rasulullah (SAW) used not only mesh but also sandalwood and saffron. It can be understood that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) used various perfumes. Allama Ibn Abdul Bar (RA) narrated a hadith of Hazrat Abdullah Ibn Umar (RA) in his book ‘Tamhid’, which says, ‘The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) used saffron perfume.’ Narrated by Hazrat Aisha (RA) in Al-Kamel, ‘The favorite perfumes of Rasulullah (SAW) were musk and sandalwood.’ The hadith of the use of mesh, also narrated in Muslim Sharif from Aisha (RA).

 

There is a special urge to use perfumes especially when gathering people, on Fridays and Eids. On the authority of Hazrat Abu Saeed Khudri (R.A.), Rasulullah (S.A.W.) said, ‘Use perfume as much as possible on Friday.’ (Sunan Nasa’i, Hadith: 1358)

 

Rasulullah (s.a.w.s.) used to give gifts of perfumes to Rasulullah (s.a.w.s.). Narrated by Hazrat Anas (R.A.), ‘Rasulullah (S.A.W.) never returned perfumes.’ (Tirmidhi, Hadith: 2713)

 

Hazrat Ayesha (RA) used to select the best perfume from the perfumes that Hazrat Ayesha (RA) used to anoint Rasulullah (SAW). (Nasa’i Sharif, Hadith: 2641)

 

Hazrat Ayesha (RA) was asked what kind of perfume Rasulullah (SAW) used, she replied, ‘Mushak and amber were used by Rasulullah (SAW).’ (Sunan Nasa’i, Hadith: 5027)

 

However, it must be remembered that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) made a distinction between men’s and women’s perfumes. On the authority of Hazrat Abu Huraira (R.A.), Rasulullah (S.A.W.) said, ‘A man should use a perfume that has fragrance, but no color. And women will use perfumes that have color, but no fragrance.’ (Tirmidhi, Hadith: 2711) However, it is permissible for women to use any type of perfume indoors.

World Prophet Rasul (pbuh) liked to use perfume. His body was always fragrant from Mubarak. His skin tone could be felt from far away.

 

As he walked through the streets, a shower of fragrance flowed. People could easily understand that the Prophet (peace be upon him) walked on the road.

 

On the authority of Hazrat Abu Ayyub Ansari (RA), Rasulullah (SAW) said, ‘Four things are the Sunnah of all Prophets – Atar, marriage, Meswak and covering the private parts. (Musnad Ahmad, Hadith: 22478).

 

According to the hadith, mesh amber was also a good perfume for Rasulullah (SAW). The Holy Prophet (PBUH) was very fond of mesh. It is made from the navel of deer. On the authority of Hazrat Abu Saeed Khudri (R.A.), he said, Rasulullah (S.A.W.) said, ‘The best perfume is mesh.’Rasulullah (SAW) used perfumes of mesh, sandalwood and saffron. This means that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) used various perfumes. Allama Ibn Abdul Bar (RA) narrated a hadith of Hazrat Abdullah Ibn Umar (RA) in the book called ‘Tamhid’. It is said there, ‘Rasulullah (PBUH) used the perfume of saffron.

 

As Rasulullah (SAW) himself used to use perfume, he also ordered others to use perfume as much as possible. Specially urged to use perfumes on Fridays, Eids and public gatherings. He himself used his favorite perfume before going to the Eid congregation.

 

Narrated by Hazrat Abu Saeed Khudri (RA). Rasulullah (s.a.w.) said, ‘Use perfume as much as possible on the day of Friday and the day of Eid. (Nasa’i Sharif, Hadith: 1358). Hazrat Ayesha (RA) was asked what kind of perfume Rasulullah (SAW) used, she replied, ‘Mushak and amber were used by Rasulullah (SAW).

 

 

Beloved Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) had great affection for Sutgandhi. The Holy Prophet (PBUH) himself was a perfumer.

 

As he walked through the streets, a shower of fragrance flowed. People would understand that the Prophet (peace be upon him) walked on this road. Besides, perfumes and perfumes were very dear to the Prophet (PBUH). Love of fragrance is the ideal of Prophets. On the authority of Hazrat Abu Ayyub Ansari (R.A.), Rasulullah (S.A.W.) said, ‘Four things are the Sunnah of all Prophets – Atar, marriage, Meswak and covering the private parts. (Musnad Ahmad, Hadith: 22478)

 

The Holy Prophet (PBUH) was very fond of perfumes. Narrated by Hazrat Anas (RA), the Holy Prophet (SAW) said, ‘Three things are dearer to me than your world. Women, perfumes, and my eyes are cooled by prayer. (Nasa’i Sharif, Hadith: 3939)

 

Perfumes are made with essential oils such as the extracts of fragrant flowers, myrtle, etc.

 

Musk, amber is also a good perfume. The Holy Prophet (PBUH) was very fond of mesh. It is made from the navel of deer. On the authority of Hazrat Abu Saeed Khudri (R.A.), he said, Rasulullah (S.A.W.) said, ‘The best fragrance is mesh. (Tirmidhi, Hadith: 912) Rasulullah (SAW) used perfumes of mesh, sandalwood and saffron. This means that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) used various perfumes. Allama Ibn Abdul Bar (RA) narrated a hadith of Hazrat Abdullah Ibn Umar (RA) in the book called ‘Tamhid’. It is said there, ‘Rasulullah (PBUH) used the perfume of saffron. ‘

 

Narrated by Hazrat Ayesha (RA) in the book called ‘Al-Kamel’, ‘The favorite perfumes of Rasulullah (SAW) were musk and sandalwood. ‘ The hadith of the use of mesh is also narrated in Muslim Sharif from Ayesha (RA).

 

Rasulullah (SAW) ordered other people to use perfume as much as possible. There is a special urge to use perfumes especially when gathering people, on Fridays, on Eids. Narrated by Hazrat Abu Saeed Khudri (RA). Rasulullah (s.a.w.) said, ‘Use perfume as much as possible on Friday. (Nasa’i Sharif, Hadith: 1358)

 

Rasulullah (s.a.w.s.) used to give gifts of perfumes to Rasulullah (s.a.w.s.). Narrated by Hazrat Anas (RA): Rasulullah (SAW) never returned perfumes. (Tirmidhi, Hadith: 2713)

 

Hazrat Ayesha (RA) used to anoint Rasulullah (SAW) with a better perfume than what Hazrat Ayesha (RA) personally had. (Nasa’i Sharif, Hadith: 2641)

 

Hazrat Ayesha (RA) was asked what kind of perfume Rasulullah (SAW) used, she replied, ‘Mushak and amber were used by Rasulullah (SAW). (Nasa’i Sharif, Hadith: 5027)

 

It should be remembered that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) distinguished between men’s and women’s perfumes. On the authority of Hazrat Abu Huraira (R.A.), Rasulullah (S.A.W.) said, ‘Men should use perfumes that contain fragrance. But there will be no color. And women will use perfumes that have color but no fragrance. (Tirmidhi, Hadith: 2711).

The use of Attar is among the customary Sunnah of the Prophet (PBUH). He said, “Wives and Atar have been made dear to me in the world” (Ahmad ha/12315; Nasa’i ha/3939, Chahihul Jame’ ha/3124). At the moment, excess is relative. If a wealthy person buys a high-quality perfume at a high cost, it will not constitute a waste. But if the perfume is bought by someone from the middle class or the lower class, it will be a waste (Uthaymeen, Likaul Babil Maftuh 8/24). Because in this case it is usually done to express pride and social status. Therefore, Atar should be used to achieve the virtue of following the Sunnah by abandoning excesses.

 

Use of Attar.

Mevtimes Desk: Let’s follow some steps of using perfume (1) We never recommend, don’t, don’t do it, inshallah. Non-alcoholic perfumes don’t have “as much” body heat as alcoholic perfumes do, the aldehydes/esters/ketones in them evaporate relatively slowly [rather bitingly in some cases].

Let me explain a little more. Alcoholic fuss perfumes are all said to hit the pulse points of the body so that the alcohol flies away with the heat quickly, taking the scent-molecules with it, so that the environment is quickly overwhelmed by the scent. In most cases, within one and a half to two hours, most of the fragrance molecules are gone.

Alcohol-free perfumes, on the other hand, contain a number of heavy molecules that do not fly away, but rather sit where they are applied.

Since not everyone flies, some amount will remain on the skin, and while almost all ingredients are harmless, 5 to 10 percent will not be comfortable with “long-term” internalization [e.g., many have internal allergies to synthesized ingredients that represent the blend of beige notes in perfumes. remains].

It is not recommended to apply the perfume-oil directly on the skin so that it does not penetrate through the pores of the skin (note that it is for long-term use. When you come to the store to choose a fragrance, apply it on your hand for a short time, as if you were smelling the actual scent. can be obtained at the time of purchase).

So direct the cloth?

Yes. that’s not exactly what we call the ‘proper method’ either. You put a lot of perfume-oil on one part of the cloth, leave the other part bare — you get the fragrance and the rest get the smell of sweat -_- Another problem I’ve seen with pure cotton clothes, if it’s colored and you put a lot of perfume on one place, in hot sun. The place is burnt, the color changes.

Remembered from changing colors. Picking up the perfume-bottle, if someone directly dabs it on the cloth, almost always a water-water stain remains (and it doesn’t matter if the colored perfume is on white cloth -_-). Although that water stain goes away after rubbing it with 1:1 ratio of SurfExcel + water for a while and then washing it off, but at the same time, a hazarbarl doesn’t stick?? … This option is therefore “conditionally” usable (I mean conditionally four numbers).

 

(3) Open the cap and roll the roller on the palm of one hand, then massage both palms together, then rub the palm over the entire garment — that is, the scent molecules are evenly distributed throughout the fabric, increasing the surface area greatly. The scent lingers for a long time, there is no worry of staining the fabric, most importantly the elders call this method the sunnah way of attar makha (there was no roll on facility at that time, as far as known, organic attar was poured from the attar box onto the palm of the hand). If you want, you can also do this, open the bottle with the roller mechanism nail file and pour three or four drops of fragrance into the hole in the middle of the palm, then cover both palms together with a cloth. I personally apply perfume like this).

 

This method has a weak point, the topnote or the first 5 to 10 minutes of the perfume that is supposed to come to the top note or the first 5 to 10 minutes of the perfume will fly away with the heat from the hand, you will not get the whole scent. Yeh I mean, if the longevity can be increased by quite a bit by sacrificing 10 minutes of exhilaration ‘slightly’, wouldn’t that be great?

(4) If you really want to put it on the cloth, then you can cover the place where the button is fixed on the chest of the cloth (not talking about the button cover). If the material to be worn is black (it is better if it is a tore cloth) you can take it in a two-shoulder cloth.

 

(5) After washing and drying the clothes, just before drying, you can smell the whole clothes, you will see that after drying the clothes, a scent is spreading around. And, if you have a habit of wearing Sendugenji, then please apply this trick at least once in your life: Before wearing Punjabi / Shirt, turn it upside down, cover the wrong side of the cloth and apply perfume-oil or perfume on the palm of your hand. It’s just for yourself. Whichever perfume, I guarantee, you will be immersed in a sea of ​​scents for about two hours!

 

Attar is a perfume used by Muslims. Atar is used in any religious ceremony or before going to prayer. The only halal fragrance for men is perfume. And the only decoration of the dead is perfume.

The use of perfume or perfume is permissible in Islam. The use of perfume or khushbo was very dear to Rasulullah sallallahu alaihi wa sallam. He himself used perfume. Therefore, the use of perfume is the Sunnah of the beloved Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace. The condition is only if there is no haram in it. There are many narrations in hadith about the use of perfumes-

– Hazrat Anas Ibn Malek Radiyallahu Anhu narrates, Rasulullah Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam said, ‘The perfume in the world is dear to me and the coolness of my eyes is kept in prayer.’ (Nasa’i)

– In a narration of Bukhari, ‘If someone gave a gift of perfume to the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, he would accept it and not return it. And if someone gives perfume, he also forbids giving it back.’ (Bukhari)

– Hazrat Anas Radiyallahu Anhu, a 10-year servant of Rasulullah Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam, said, “I have never taken any scent (anywhere else) more heart-wrenching than the Suravi of Rasulullah Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam.” (Muslim)

 

Awareness of scented sprays.

Body sprays also contain fragrances. Be careful in using these fragrances. Because if there is too much alcohol in the perfume or if the perfume is overpowering because of the alcohol, it will not be valid to use.

Because alcohol made from grapes, dates or raisins is completely haram. Such perfumes containing alcohol should not be used. It is mentioned in the hadith-

Rasulullah Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam said, “Every intoxicating substance is Haraam.” (Bukhari)

However, apart from these three elements, the alcohols which are made from different grains, tree bark, honey, barley, pineapple juice, sulphur, sulphate and other chemical elements are not impure. Perfumed body sprays or any fragrances are legal if they are mixed in a quantity that does not cause intoxication.

This applies to any perfume, including scented soaps, not just scented pill sprays or perfumes. That is, it does not cause addiction or any physical or brain hallucination-like reactions. Such amount of alcohol-rich perfume can be used for prayers and other acts of worship. And it is legal to use.

 

The opinion of Islamic scholars is that it is permissible to use sprays, perfumes or soaps containing very little alcohol. Because the perfume, spray or perfume that is used is only for fragrance, it is not the use of alcohol for intoxicating.Moreover, the purpose of using any scented spray, perfume or perfume is to be free from bad odor. The statement of Islamic scholars in this regard is that – if a thing is used for its intended purpose and if there is nothing separate in the material of its making, then there is no prohibition in Islamic Shari’ah to use it, rather it is permissible to use it.

 

Any perfume or perfume, including body sprays, if made with excessive amounts of alcohol. And if people become intoxicated by its scent, then its use will not be lawful.

Again, if a haram substance is mixed in perfume or perfume, and before mixing it is processed in such a way that the originality of the haram substance does not exist, then it is permissible to use it. If the fragrance contains the essence of that forbidden substance, it is not permissible to use it.

Many Islamic scholars have pointed out that there is no problem in using that perfume or spray even if it is not known whether haram substances have been mixed.

Therefore, instead of using perfumes containing 3 types of alcohol as declared in the hadith, one should follow the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, by using other valid perfumes.

Man is a civilized race. Fragrance with beauty brings joy to people’s hearts. Just as you can get pleasure from yourself, you can also give pleasure to others and attract them. This is why the use of perfume is legal for both men and women in Islamic Sharia. Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) used to use Attar and he liked it very much.

He said, “Wives and children have been made dear to me in your world. And prayer has been made my eyesight.”[1]

However, there are some stipulations to this usage.

 

Use perfume to attract the wife. Since the mind of husband and wife attracts each other in many ways. And especially perfume brings tides in their sea of ​​love.

 

For example, if you want to go to society, you should use perfume along with beauty. Khoshbu must be used to appear in the Eid congregation.

 

Imam Malek said, ‘I heard from Ahle Ilmad, they considered it mustahab to decorate and use perfume on every Eid.’

 

Atar must also be used for appearing in congregation on Friday.

 

Rasulullah (ﷺ) said, “It is obligatory for every child to take a bath on Jumu’ar, perform miswak and use as much perfume as possible”.[2]

 

Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) said, “Whoever performs ablution on Friday, uses his wife’s perfume (attar) if it is present, wears good clothes, and then does not (come to the mosque) queue (pass) the people and when the imam is giving advice.” For that person who does not do any bad deed, it becomes expiation for the sins committed between the two Jum’s. And the one who acts in vain and overtakes the people in front of him, his Jum’ah becomes Zohr.”[3]

 

Shariah prohibits us from using perfumes in certain places. For example, while performing Hajj or Umrah, it is forbidden to use all kinds of perfumes in the state of Ihram.

 

Care should be taken in using the scent that the scent should not be mixed with kohl or spirit; If there is, it is not permissible to use it (by many). [4] However, it is not polluting to use that class of Saints on the body, after which it can be washed with a bath.

 

The fragrance of perfume attracts us all. Astrology explains some ways of this aroma. If followed, multiple obstacles in life can be removed. For example, by applying jasmine perfume to Bajrangbali, one can get his blessings. Again Lakshmi is also pleased when using perfume. Learn how to use perfume to achieve a purpose.

In Hindu Religion, the use of perfumes is observed in Pujarchana or Yajna. It is believed that gods and goddesses are pleased by using fragrances. According to the scriptures, atar is a special favorite of Bajrangbali and Lakshmi. We also use various fragrances in our daily life. But do you know that this perfume can solve many of our problems? Here are some astrological tips on how Attar can solve our problems.The fragrance of perfume attracts us all. Astrology explains some ways of this aroma. If followed, multiple obstacles in life can be removed. For example, by applying jasmine perfume to Bajrangbali, one can get his blessings. Again Lakshmi is also pleased when using perfume. Learn how to use perfume to achieve a purpose.

In Hindu Religion, the use of perfumes is observed in Pujarchana or Yajna. It is believed that gods and goddesses are pleased by using fragrances. According to the scriptures, atar is a special favorite of Bajrangbali and Lakshmi. We also use various fragrances in our daily life. But do you know that this perfume can solve many of our problems? Here are some astrological tips on how Attar can solve our problems.

 

Use Attar while offering chola on Tuesday Bajrangbali for family prosperity . Also light jasmine oil lamp in front of Bajrangbali. Finally, garland Bajrangbali with rose flowers and apply jasmine perfume on both shoulders. In this way prosperity increases in the family.

Perfume is inextricably linked with our lives. Not only when going out or on a special occasion, but also after taking a bath, many of us love to use this fragrance. In earlier days, many people used to apply perfume, but now perfume has come instead of perfume, but the method of using perfume has not changed much. Whether it is to feel refreshing especially in summer or not to bathe in winter, we always wear perfume. But do you know that there is a special rule for wearing this perfume? Are you wondering what it is again? You only need to open the lid of the bottle and spray…

No, you can’t apply perfume just by opening the lid and spraying. So how to apply? Know –

 

1. Use Vaseline before applying perfume.

Use Vaseline before applying perfum If you think that Vaseline only helps in removing makeup, styling hair and keeping skin moisturized, then you should know that Vaseline also helps in making perfumes last longer. Before applying perfume on the pulse points of your body, apply a little vaseline and then apply the perfume, the fragrance will spread for a long time.

2. Use a hairbrush.

Many times it happens that you put perfume on your body but your hair smells strange, especially in summer. Do one thing, spray a little perfume on the hair brush. Now brush your hair with that brush. It may even happen that your partner is running his hands through your hair all the time!

3. Soak yourself in perfume.

No, no, I’m not asking you to bathe with perfume or mix it with essential oils in your bath water. If you want your perfume to smell evenly all over your body, spray a little perfume and walk around that area once.

4. Apply perfume on pulse points.

Although the rule is to apply perfume on clothes, still in some cases you can spray a little perfume on various pulse points of the body. Spray a little perfume on both wrists or ear lobes. The fragrance lasts longer.

5. Touch up with perfume occasionally.

Put on perfume once after taking a bath in the morning, then don’t put on perfume again for the rest of the day, please don’t do that. Sweating is already common in summer and many people have strong sweat odors. But don’t put perfume on sweat. First wipe off the sweat with a wet tissue, then lightly spray the perfume.

 

6. Choose the right perfume.

Many times you get confused which one to buy. You buy the perfume that s mells good, but maybe that perfume is not right for you. Different perfumes create different aromas in each person’s body. Perfume also has different tones – base, mid and high. Buy the right perfume for yourself and it will smell good and last for a long time.

The need for Attar.

Keshe Makho Kuntlin/Rumalete Delkhos, Pane Khao Tambulin/Blessed H Bose! A long time ago, the streets of Kolkata were covered with this advertisement. H Bose or Hemendrakumar Bose was one of the most successful perfumers of that era. He made this delkhose scent by mixing lavender and other ingredients. This is why I say so much in the preface, this fragrance is most needed in summer.

Who likes the unpleasant smell of sweat?

Apart from that, everyone likes to be a little fresher during this time. It is not possible for everyone to buy French perfumes at a high price. And cheap perfumes don’t last long at all. Many people are also allergic to various chemicals mixed in perfumes. Only perfume can solve this problem. Yes, our desi product is attars. Today’s report is about these attars.

 

Atar or Itar is a Persian word. Which means aroma or fragrance. Perfumes are usually made by distilled method, i.e. by evaporating. It is said that the Persian physicist Ibn Sina was the first to create this perfume. This fragrance is made by mixing flower petals, sandalwood and other herbs. There is evidence in history that perfumes were made in ancient India as well. Attar is actually perfumed oil that is turned into a light liquid by a special process. Ayurvedic texts such as Charaka Samhita mention how to make atar. Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh is famous for Atar. However, under the pressure of various perfumes and deodorants, the tradition of using this ancient perfume in India is slowly disappearing.

How to use Attar.

There are some special rules for using perfume. Because, it is not a cent in the market. This is a very subtle fragrance.

 

1) Do not sniff the perfume directly from the bottle after buying it.

2) Don’t put a lot of perfume on clothes like Scent. One drop is enough to keep you fragrant all day long.

3) The proper way to use perfume is to put a drop on your fingertip and gently rub it on your clothes.

4) The choice of perfumes also changes with the seasons. The best perfumes for summer are Khas, Rose, Mogra or Jasmine and Keora. Again in winters one should choose henna, shemama, musk, saffron, amber and oud. Because, they keep the body warm in winter!

5) There are some rules for using rose perfume. Put a drop of rose perfume on a cotton ball and keep it where you keep your clothes. You will see, there is no need to rub the saint separately.

6) There is another best way to use perfume to escape the heat. This method has been going on in ancient India for ages. A few drops of khas or rose perfume in a jug of water will make the whole house fragrant.

A very deep analysis reveals that there are many classes of perfumes. But very simply it can be classified based on its origin. For example, flower perfume is made from flower petals. These include rose, jasmine, lotus, marigold etc.

Again, herbal perfumes are made with various herbs. Among these are amber and musk. Mitti Attar is also made from sandal clay.Although primarily used as a perfume, attar has many other properties. If a very small amount of perfume comes into contact with the skin, it acts as a tonic! Perfume can relieve fatigue and stress in body and mind.

If atar is massaged on the knees or other joints of the body, it also relieves arthritis pain and bone problems. Atar also removes various problems related to asthma, cough and breathing difficulties. This fragrance is also useful for colds and coughs.

Perfumes are made from fresh plant material and oils. Fresh flowers are required in the production list of those fragrances.

You can make your own perfume from a basket of roses. But remember, the smell of the perfume depends on the smell of the flower. The stronger the scent of the flower, the more fragrant the perfume will be.

 

See how to make Attar.

 

First take a large mouthed jar. Apply some sandalwood oil. Pour 177 ml sandalwood oil into the jar.

 

Now collect 2.7 kg of rose petals and pour the whole in a jar and mix it with sandalwood oil. Close the jar well and keep it in a dark place for two weeks.

 

After two weeks open the lid and mash the wet petals well. Put the batter petals back in the jar and close the lid. Leave the jar in the same place for another week. Don’t forget to stir the petals every day.

 

Take a plastic tube to extract the perfume from the jar. Pipe the perfume into a perfume bottle or glass vial. From the thick red perfume you will get a very pleasant aroma of rose and sandalwood.

A small bottle of perfume is usually available from the shopkeepers sitting in front of the mosque for 30 to 100 taka. After using it a few times, it is forgotten.

 

But those who are fond of Atar know different names of Atar. Like- Oud, Masnoon, Mask, Musk etc.

 

Abdul Ghafoor, the owner of Ahsan Atar House in Baitul Mokarram Market in Dhaka, said, “These attars are expensive and the price is extortionate. Three types of bottles are available for the convenience of customers.”

 

The larger one is 12 ml liter which is one tola. Six milliliters is a half tola and three milliliters is a quarter tola.

 

“According to the requirement of the buyer, we pour the perfume into the bottle and sell it. There are mainly three types of fragrances in perfumes. Attar beige, perfume beige and natural beige,” said Abdul Ghafoor.

While giving an idea of ​​the choice of buyers, he said that the scents of perfume beige are sold more. People of all ages buy them. However, young and middle-aged people who do not like strong fragrances are the main buyers of these.

 

‘Cool Water’ is one such perfume that can be found in all shops. Of course, the price varies depending on the quality, but the type of fragrance is the same, the difference is in the durability of the fragrance.

 

This perfume is perfect for hot summer days. Here the price is 1 thousand 2 hundred taka. That is three ml 30 Dollar. This perfume is also available for 15 Dollar.

Other names of this genre are ‘Ehsah and Arabia’, ‘There de Hermes’, ‘Greek Aventus’, ‘Blue Shell’, ‘Blue for Man’ etc.

 

The price of three ML of them is 20 to 60 dollar.

 

These perfume beiges are mainly alcohol-free versions of many famous fragrances that are popular worldwide.

 

A popular name among perfume beige is ‘Oud’.Abdul Ghafoor said, “The interesting thing is that we Bengalis know Oud as the perfume made from agar wood. But not to the shopkeepers.”

 

In his words, “To the shopkeepers, Oud means perfume, all kinds of perfume. To get the real agarwood scent, you need Dehnal Oud. It is because of these two concepts that the price of Oud Attar fluctuates so much that confuses people. We have a total of 12 types of Oud. The price was raised from 80 Dollar to 650 Dollar.

The importance of Attar.

Perfume is always the first demand in men’s Eid shopping. Eid is incomplete without Atar. In the morning before the Eid prayer, Atar should be touched at least a little. It is loved by everyone from children to the elderly.There are different types of perfumes.

One of them is rose perfume. If you want as a perfume, you can make rose perfume at home. In this case, fresh roses will be required. The smell of the perfume depends on the smell of the flower. The stronger the scent of the flower, the more fragrant the perfume will be.

Attar can be made from rose petals. Know the method.

Take a large mouthed jar. Pour 177 ml sandalwood oil into the jar. Collect 2.7 kg of rose petals and mix the whole with sandalwood oil in a jar. Close the jar well and keep it in a dark place for two weeks. After two weeks open the lid and mash the wet petals well.

Put the batter petals in the jar and close the lid. Leave the jar the same for another week. Don’t forget to stir the petals after a day.

Take a plastic tube to extract the perfume from the jar. Pipe the perfume into a perfume bottle or glass vial. You will get a wonderful fragrance of rose and sandalwood from this thick perfume. Store carefully in a dark place. The smell of rose perfume is very strong. A little on the wrist or neck will spread the fragrance.

However, the administration is on hand to solve all the problems in the further development of this export-oriented industry worth Rs 700 to 800 crores annually.

Businessmen say that agar-atar is being exported to some European countries including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Malaysia, Oman, Yemen in the Middle East. In addition, several agar-attar factories are running in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Malaysia and Dubai depending on the raw materials of world.

Locals said that hundreds of families have been doing agar atar business in Baralekha upazila for many years. At least fifty thousand people are directly and indirectly involved in this business.

The agar-attar industry of Moulvibazar has been chosen as the ‘one district one product’ policy of the government. There are about 200 small and big factories here. 100% of the agar-atar produced here is exported abroad.

It is expected that the government will be able to earn huge foreign exchange if this potential perfume industry is developed.

Information is also available in Batayan, this product was used more during the Mughal period. It is still in great demand at home and abroad. Present-day agar-atar farmers have been involved in this industry since their 10-20 ancestors.

Agar originated in Baralekha, but now it has spread throughout the district. Besides the locals, the forest department of the government has now set up many agar gardens.

Involved in the production of agar perfume. Tafazzal Haque and Emdadul Haque said that after cutting the agar plant into small pieces, they should be soaked in water for a month. After taking it out of the water, it has to be burnt in a big pan at a controlled temperature for 10 days to a month. A 500 liter tank needs to be burned for a month. 15 days for 100 liters and 10 days for 25 to 40 liters. There is a special vessel called ‘Bakhra’ to drain the upper water from the deg.

A golden colored fragrant oil, known as atar, floats in the water of Bakhra. Later the bakhra was removed and the golden oil [attar] was collected from the water in a vessel. Later the water is again removed and kept in the bottle. An average of 20 tons of perfume is available from 300 kg of slices.

Once the attar is released, some more attar is collected by burning again for three more days.

Emdadul Haque said that agar plant has two parts, white and black. White parts cost less and black parts cost more. An average of 3,00 Dollar per white section and 8,00 Dollar per black section are sold.

Bangladesh Agar and Agar Manufacturers and Exporters Association President Ansarul Haque said, this industry has a bright future. If the government takes notice, more GDP than the garment industry will come from here.

 

He said, directly and indirectly, more than half a million people in Moulvibazar are involved in this profession. There are numerous small traders who could not come under the association. However, an association has been formed with 104 people involved in this business on a fairly large scale. About 70 of them have come under income tax and VAT.

Sitab Bux, a prominent agar atar trader of Baralekha, said that the largest factory of agar atar is located in Sujanagar union of Baralekha upazila. Hundreds of crores worth of perfumes produced from here are sent every year to different countries of the world including the Middle East.

However, he could not give an accurate account of how much perfume is exported abroad every year.

Zia Hyder Mithu, a businessman from Dhaka, said, keeping the raw material of Agar Atar in front of Baralekha, he has built a modern agar Atar factory in Moulvibazar Bisik Industrial City. Its main objective is to retain and advance this potential industry of the country.

He started the first round of operations and got a high quality perfume. He has also managed to employ several people in this company.

Baralekha Upazila Nirbahi Officer Shamim Al Imran said that he has informed the higher authorities about the problems faced by the agar atar traders amid the coronavirus crisis.

A team of the Ministry of Industry has already visited the area to know the situation. During this time the team is informed about the current situation as well as other issues.

He hopes to get a good response from the Ministry of Industry in this regard.

Moulvibazar DC Mir Nahid Ahsan said that it is not only calligraphy but a potential industry of the country. Those industries which are exportable are given more importance by the government. The government is also working seriously to solve the obstacles that have already been held in several meetings and the traders have been inspected on the ground.

According to the Agriculture Information Service website, agar is the name of a plant. It is difficult to find out the exact history of when and where the cultivation of agar-atar started in the world. However, the rain forest of South East Asia is considered as the origin of agar plant. Agarwood produces a special black colored wood known as agar wood.

Agar trees are about 15 to 40 meters tall and 0.6-2.5 meters wide. A straight, tall, unbranched tree in appearance and shape similar to a shal or gazari tree. This plant has white flowers and capsule-shaped fruits. The leaves of the agar plant look a lot like the leaves of the litchi tree. White colored agar wood is very soft. As a result, this tree is not used for any purpose other than collecting materials for perfume production and firewood.

Fragrances have been popular among people since ages. Many people love to use perfumes or deodorants. However, many people do not use perfume regularly. It is good to know them, they not only get rid of body odor but also boost a person’s morale. Increases confidence. Fragrance also has many benefits.

Let’s find out the fragrance of the Attar.

 

The main reason for using perfume is to make the body fragrant by getting rid of body odor. For hundreds of years, people have used it to remove sweat and other body odors.

Not only that, fragrance also helps a person to stay fresh.

Keep your mind happy.

One of the benefits of using perfume is that it is soothing and uplifting in addition to fragrance. A man can use perfume according to his personality. It reveals one’s own personality in front of everyone.

Increases confidence.

Just like good clothes, a good fragrance plays a role in boosting a person’s confidence. Because through this, many embarrassing situations can be avoided without worrying about body odor.

Makes it interesting.

One of the most important of the 5 human senses is the sense of smell. Sometimes it also happens that one is attracted to the other based on the scent alone. Rich in perfume or scent pheromones. It has nothing to do with making a man attractive.

Aphrodisiac or aphrodisiac.

Sometimes many fragrances act as natural aphrodisiacs or aphrodisiacs. Certain types of fragrances contain certain pheromones, which are used as aphrodisiacs. It explains that if you are particularly attracted to someone, it is because of these pheromones.

Health improvement.

Although fragrance does not play a direct role in improving health, it helps people stay calm. Keeps the mind free from various types of stress and anxiety. The use of a favorite perfume makes the mind feel better. And a good mind means a good body.

Relieves insomnia.

The therapeutic effects of certain fragrances help induce a good night’s sleep. Also, some essential oils or perfumes containing essential oils relax the mind. It improves sleep.

 

There will be Eid shopping and there will be no perfume-hat what happens! Hats and perfume shops are thronged in Kolkata’s Eid market on the last day of Lagna. Various bazaars are thronged with shops selling new Eid clothes, gifts and various food items, with perfume and hat shops competing with the crowd.People are going to those shops and collecting as they like.

In the wholesale market of Kolkata’s Nakhoda Mosque area, it was seen that nice people are buying perfume by judging the smell.

 

There are hundreds of different types of perfumes in bottles arranged in the perfume shops. Some are filled with roses, some jasmine, some henna.The hat shop is also crowded with people. No hat is more work; He is more interested in hats. Some of these came from Bangladesh. Some came from Arabia and some from different states of India.

 

Meanwhile, the inner interest is in the smell. A perfume contains multiple plant parts, bark, flower molecules. Perfumes like rose, jasmine or cataract, kyuda, saffron, gulcanna, zenda, champa, bakul, blue lotus, white lotus, jafri, amber, gulmohar etc. are available in Kolkata market. Besides, several other types of perfumes are available in the market here.

 

But in today’s age of modern perfumes, deodorants, how does perfume survive! The sellers said that religion is important in this case as well as the tradition of perfumes. Which has sustained the perfume for ages by keeping pace with modern fragrances.

 

Atar in India is mainly made in Hyderabad. From there it spread to different parts of the country. The price of perfumes ranges from 100 rupees to 1 lakh 50 thousand rupees in the market of Kolkata. However, the sellers said that high-priced perfumes are available only after paying in advance.The prices of hats made in different districts of West Bengal are relatively cheap. And due to their desirable craftsmanship, it is in demand from the buyers from the very beginning.

 

Jahangir Mandal said at the perfume shop before going back to his village home in Murshidabad from his workplace Kolkata, he buys perfume and hat every time during the last Eid shopping. Some for yourself, the rest is a gift.

 

Perfume seller Ajmal Khan is also happy with the pre-Eid business this year. And this happiness will be present throughout the festival.

 

International market price of Attar.

There are perfume shops all over the country including the capital. Different brands of perfumes are now available in the country. Even in Bangladesh, many famous and expensive perfumes of the world are made. Almost all the people of Sujanagar village of Baralekha upazila of Moulvibazar are involved in agar-attar industry. Almost every house in this area has a perfume factory. There are perfume markets in several places in the capital. Baitul Mukarram Mosque Market, Jamuna Future Park Gulistan, Elephant Road, New Market, Kantaban Mosque Market, Chowkbazar area of ​​the capital have many perfume shops. Here is a collection of famous and expensive It was seen on the ground at shop No. 6 Ahsan Atar House of Gate No. 4 of Baitul Mokarram Market of the capital, Atar trader Abdul Gafoor is selling different types of local and foreign Atar here. He told Dhaka Mail, ‘I have different types of perfumes. We sell all types of perfume beige, perfume beige, organic perfume. There are many famous perfumes including Hasnahena, Mashmoom, Whitemas, Derose, Kasturi, Ferrari, Cool Water, Noor Al Ain, Paternity, Gulgirian Rose, Mukhallaat, White Oud, Shamamatul Amber, Ruhe Khas, Hafsa, Jannatul Baki. Most of them are imported from foreign countries.’ It was seen on the ground at shop No. 6 Ahsan Atar House of Gate No. 4 of Baitul Mokarram Market of the capital, Atar trader Abdul Gafoor is selling different types of local and foreign Atar here. He told Dhaka Mail, ‘I have different types of perfumes. We sell all types of perfume beige, perfume beige, organic perfume. There are many famous perfumes including Hasnahena, Mashmoom, Whitemas, Derose, Kasturi, Ferrari, Cool Water, Noor Al Ain, Paternity, Gulgirian Rose, Mukhallaat, White Oud, Shamamatul Amber, Ruhe Khas, Hafsa, Jannatul Baki. Most of them are imported from foreign countries.’

 

He said, ‘I have perfume here starting from 300 taka to 32 thousand taka per tola (11.66 grams in one tola). I usually run Noor Al Ain Attar here. The price of one tola of perfume is two thousand rupees. Also, we sell Hasna Henna at Tk 1200, Mashmum Tk 1600, Whitemast Tk 800, Derose Tk 1200, Kasturi Tk 3000 etc. But the most expensive perfume is ‘Oud’ or pure agar perfume. Which I sell for 32 thousand taka. Which many sell at a higher price. In Saudi Arabia, one tola is sold for 80,000-100,000 taka. If someone wants to buy a vial of perfume from me here, he will have to pay three lakh taka.’ Oud is basically the name of natural perfume. Synthetic of which is also available in the market. Agarwood, the main ingredient of this wood, is mainly harvested from a type of very old tree. This agar tree can be seen in Sujanagar, Moulvibazar, Sylhet, Bangladesh. To collect perfume in this way, certain wood is cut from these trees and put on fire, then the oil that comes out from there is called ‘Ud’ or Agar perfume.

 

Atar is in demand almost throughout the year. However, when the month of Ramadan comes, the demand for Attar increases several times. There is a big sale of Attar especially around Eid. This sale takes place in the last week of Ramadan. So traders are also waiting for Eid.

 

 

The shops of the National Mosque Baitul Mukarram Mosque have gathered ahead of fasting and Eid. Due to religious views, the use of Attar increases manifold during the month of Ramadan. So everyone rushes to the shops here to get good quality perfume. Sales are lower than last year due to intolerable traffic jams and rising commodity prices.

Still these shops are the center of attraction for everyone to get good quality perfume.

 

Although the big market for domestic perfume is Chowk Bazaar and Midford area, Baitul Mukarram Masjid shops are the biggest wholesale market for foreign perfume.Perfumes are brought here from different countries and sold wholesale.

 

Visiting the various shops of Baitul Mukarram Mosque in Sarzmin, the best quality perfumes come from Saudi Arabia and Dubai based company Al Haramain.

 

Al Haramain Company’s Attar Al Cup is sold at 4500, Manar 3000, Meza 8500, Mina 4500, Sultan 1000 taka per tola (12ml). Besides, Al Rihab 2000, Blusi 3000, Rashika 4000, Nargis 2000, Rakan 5000, Silver Sultan 1200, Subas 2000, Al Tejahara 800 are sold in other perfumes in Dubai and Saudi Arabia.

 

Most perfumes come from India. India’s attar prices are relatively cheap, so they are more popular. Indian perfumes include Durbar, Belli, Rose, Ferdaus sold at Rs 400 each, Kasturi 1200, Oud 30,000, Mescumber 800. Less perfume comes from Pakistan to Bangladesh.

 

The notable perfumes of Pakistan are Gulelala and Guleh Mehndi. From other countries in the Middle East, Iranian rose 8000, saffron 2000 and Turkish rose perfume from Turkey are sold at 5000 rupees each.

 

Outside the Arab countries, perfumes come from Switzerland, Bulgaria, Cambodia. Switzerland’s Jannatul Naeem 800, Afrojedda 2000, Hanum 2000, Muskrose 800, White Amber 2000, Armani 2000, Bulgarian Rose 7200, Cambodian Oud are selling for Tk 30,000.

 

Due to the quality and demand of Atar, Altezahara of Saudi Arabia, Rashika of the United Arab Emirates, Rakana of Switzerland, Mukhalla, Mescambar of India always sell more, said the owner of Barakti Atar House. Abdul Ghaffar.

 

He said, ‘Perfume is a part of expressing our religious feelings. So the perfume always runs more or less. However, it lasts longer during the month of Ramadan. Especially the first ten days and the last ten days of Ramadan are long. However ,this year, the sale of perfumes is low due to various reasons including adverse environment, traffic congestion, increase in commodity prices, he said.

 

Tanveer Ahmed, owner of Madina Atar House, said, ‘This market of Baitul Mukarram Mosque is the biggest market of foreign atar in the country. We bring this perfume directly to those who go abroad. Various famous traders of Dhaka buy perfumes from us and sell them at high prices. A resident of Kamalapur came to buy perfume. Moniruzzaman said, ‘I have been using Atar Alkaba for a long time. When I use this perfume I feel as if I am in Kaaba. I get peace of mind when I use perfume. Bangladesh time :

So everyone rushes to the shops here to get good quality perfume. Sales are lower than last year due to intolerable traffic jams and rising commodity prices.

Still these shops are the center of attraction for everyone to get good quality perfume.

 

Although the big market for domestic perfume is Chowk Bazaar and Midford area, Baitul Mukarram Masjid shops are the biggest wholesale market for foreign perfume.Midford area, Baitul Mukarram Masjid shops are the biggest wholesale market for foreign perfume.

 

Perfumes are brought here from different countries and sold wholesale.

 

Visiting the various shops of Baitul Mukarram Mosque in Sarzmin, the best quality perfumes come from Saudi Arabia and Dubai based company Al Haramain.

 

Al Haramain Company’s Attar Al Cup is sold at 4500, Manar 3000, Meza 8500, Mina 4500, Sultan 1000 taka per tola (12ml). Besides, Al Rihab 2000, Blusi 3000, Rashika 4000, Nargis 2000, Rakan 5000, Silver Sultan 1200, Subas 2000, Al Tejahara 800 are sold in other perfumes in Dubai and Saudi Arabia.

 

Most perfumes come from India. India’s attar prices are relatively cheap, so they are more popular. Indian perfumes include Durbar, Belli, Rose, Ferdaus sold at Rs 400 each, Kasturi 1200, Oud 30,000, Mescumber 800. Less perfume comes from Pakistan to Bangladesh.

 

The notable perfumes of Pakistan are Gulelala and Guleh Mehndi. From other countries in the Middle East, Iranian rose 8000, saffron 2000 and Turkish rose perfume from Turkey are sold at 5000 rupees each.

 

Outside the Arab countries, perfumes come from Switzerland, Bulgaria, Cambodia. Switzerland’s Jannatul Naeem 800, Afrojedda 2000, Hanum 2000, Muskrose 800, White Amber 2000, Armani 2000, Bulgarian Rose 7200, Cambodian Oud are selling for Tk 30,000.

 

Due to the quality and demand of Atar, Altezahara of Saudi Arabia, Rashika of the United Arab Emirates, Rakana of Switzerland, Mukhalla, Mescambar of India always sell more, said the owner of Barakti Atar House. Abdul Ghaffar.

 

He said, ‘Perfume is a part of expressing our religious feelings. So the perfume always runs more or less. However, it lasts longer during the month of Ramadan. Especially the first ten days and the last ten days of Ramadan are long. However ,

 

this year, the sale of perfumes is low due to various reasons including adverse environment, traffic congestion, increase in commodity prices, he said.

 

Tanveer Ahmed, owner of Madina Atar House, said, ‘This market of Baitul Mukarram Mosque is the biggest market of foreign atar in the country. We bring this perfume directly to those who go abroad. Various famous traders of Dhaka buy perfumes from us and sell them at high prices.

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