During worship rituals, the deity is worshiped and incense, lamp, aarti is placed on the agarbatti (bodhupati) and placed on the deity. Hinduism has been practiced since ancient times
Traditionally it is famous.
Blowing is not just a part of Hindu rituals. It has been used in Egypt, China and Tibetan cultures for many centuries. They also use it in their religious activities.
But there is a religious belief as to why Agarbatti is placed before God.
There is a spiritual reason behind the burning of Agarbatti or Agarbatti before God. The reason behind this is that the aroma of bubbling air circulates in the air. There is a belief that it will make your thoughts clean and beautiful.
The aroma blends in with the air and makes the blast completely burn itself, leaving only ash at the end. It focuses on the price and quality of humanity and dictates how we should be. It refers to how we sacrifice ourselves for others. For the enjoyment of another, it tells you how to quit your own greed and live without expecting rewards. That is why we burn agarpatti in worship and other deities.
Its flavor when mixed in the air makes your mind refreshed. Prepare yourself mentally when you sit down for religious rituals and overcome difficulties. It is helpful to pray to God using your mind and soul. It works as a media act to relieve your stress and depression.
The aroma of the blast can eliminate the bad odor all around. In Hinduism, when performing deities, the aroma is eliminated.
Agarbatti, which has been linked to religious beliefs and practices, also acts as a natural insecticide.