Collection: Attar Perfume | 100% Natural Perfume Oil

Welcome to our exquisite collection of Attar Perfumes online, where timeless fragrances meet modern elegance. Immerse yourself in the captivating scents of our carefully curated Attar Perfume Collection, handpicked to elevate your olfactory experience. Crafted from the finest ingredients, our attar perfumes are a symphony of tradition and luxury.

How is Attar Perfume made?

Explore the traditional Deg & Bhapka method for crafting Govedic Attars. Learn the authentic process of hydrodistillation, capturing the essence of flowers like saffron, rose, parijat and jasmine, or plant parts such as Vetiver Sandalwood and Assam Agarwood(Oud). This age-old technique, using equipment like degs, bhapkas, chongas, traditional bhattis, gachchis, and kuppis, has been a Indian tradition for centuries. Here is example of the step-by-step process of crafting Rose Attar through traditional hydro-distillation:

  • Experienced farmers pluck fresh damask rose flowers before sunrise.
  • Highest quality rose petals are separated from the inferior ones
  • Petals are placed in copper pots (degs) sealed with clay and cotton.
  • A bamboo pipe (chonga) connects the deg to a copper receiver (bhapka) and water tank.
  • The pot is heated, and after a few hours, the first distillate is collected.
  • This Liquid distillate is transferred, distilled again, and the true rose attar is extracted.

What’s in the Govedic Attar Box: 

You will receive all Govedic Attar Perfume oil in an amber glass bottle with a stainless steel roll-on in a cotton drawstring. This cotton drawstring is placed inside a handmade solid wooden box.

How long does the smell last of Attar?

Govedic attars do not contain any synthetic fragrances. The duration of the fragrance varies from person to person depending upon the perfume note, the body & ambient temperature. The base note lasts the longest followed by the middle note and then by the top note which lasts the shortest.

Which note does my Attar belong to?

Top Note: Rain Weather & Gulab Middle Note: Indian Jasmine, Night Jasmine, Saffron, Kewra & Musk Henna Base Note: Sandalwood, Agarwood & Khus. All of our products are made in small batches using traditional Indian techniques and with the highest quality standards.  

Why Choose Our Attar Perfumes?

Authentic Craftsmanship: Our attar perfumes are crafted with precision, using authentic methods that have stood the test of time.
True-lasting Fragrance: Experience the enduring allure of attar perfumes, depending upon their note that linger throughout the day, leaving a subtle yet captivating trail.
Natural Ingredients: We source the finest natural ingredients to ensure that each attar perfume is a true reflection of purity and quality. No synthetic fragrances no chemicals.

Where can I buy Attar Perfume Online?

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Attar Perfume Oil FAQ

Are your Attar Perfumes suitable for sensitive skin?

A: Yes, our attar perfumes are crafted with natural ingredients, making them suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin. Always do a patch test to check for any irritation.

Can I layer different Attar fragrances?

Absolutely! Experiment with layering different attar fragrances to create a unique and personalized scent that suits your individual style.

What makes your Attar Perfumes unique?

Govedic Attars are made in small batches using traditional Indian techniques and with the highest quality standards. Contains no chemicals and no synthetic fragrances.

Which country is famous for attar?

India. In fact, Hindus invented the technique of hydro-distillation of flowers in copper pots (Bhapka) which is condensed in another copper pot (Deg). It's a great misconception that attars originated from middle-east.

Why is attar so expensive?

The exclusivity and authenticity of attar, combined with the meticulous distillation process and premium ingredients, contribute to its higher cost, ensuring a luxurious experience.

Which oil is used in attar?

Sandalwood oil and the natural distilled oils that came after the distillation process.