Indian Attars


Sai Exports India are manufactured Indian Attars By the traditionally ‘Degs & Bhapka system’, its Called hydro distillation method. The still is heated form below by lighting a fire with the help of wood or dung. The temperature and speed of the distillation plant controlled by regulating the fire. The distillation is managed by highly experience workers who’s called ‘Dighaa’. He knows when the correct quantity of vapours have condensed inside the receiver by feeling the round part of the receiver under water. The water in the tank is change continuously to prevent the temperature rising too high. and managing the still is highly skilled job, as the operator must keep the boiling in the still at a level that matches the condensation in the receiver, in order to keep the pressure under control. When the desire quantity of vapours have condensed, the Dighaa rubs a wet cloth around the body of the still for a temporary pause in distillation and the filled receiver is replaced by another receiver. If necessary, the second may be replaced by a third receiver. The receiver is then allowed to cool and may remain idle for one or two days depending on the pressure of work. The mixture of oil and water is then separated either directly form the receiver through a hole at the bottom or pouring the whole mixture in an open trough, After the oil and water have separated into two layers, the water is removed from an opening in the bottom, and the same is cohobated. The base material remains in the receiver. After desired concentration of the attar has been reached, then same is poured into leather bottles for sedimentation and removal of moisture. Sometimes liquid paraffin is used for the manufacture of cheaper attars. The mouth of the receiver is sealed by wrapping coarse cloth around the bamboo pipe and pushing it inside the condenser. The receiver may contain up to 5-10 kilos of base materials and is kept in a small water tank.

Base Material : Sandal wood oil, Di-octyl Phthalate (DOP) & Liquid paraffin.

Floral Material : Flowers of Gulab, Kewra, Bela, Mehndi, Kadam, Chameli, Marigold, Saffron & Maulshri.

Herb & Spices : A number of hersbs and spices are used in this industry which includes Oakmoss, Sugandh mantri, Laurel berry, Juniper berry, Cypriol, Indian valerian, Jatamansi, Hedychium spicatum, Daru Haldi, Sugandha Bala, Sugandha Kokila, Kulanjan, Javitri/ Jaiphal, Cardamom, Clove, Saffron, Ambergris & Musk.

Types of Attars :
  • The attars may be broadly categorized into following types on the basis of raw
    Materials used.
  • Floral Attars – Attars manufactured from single species of flower are coming under this category. These are :-
    • Gulab ex Rosa damascena or Rosa Edword,
    • Kewra ex Pandanus odoratissimus,
    • Motia ex Jasminum sambac,
    • Gulhina ex lawsonia inermis,
    • Chameli ex Jasminum grandiflorum,
    • Kadam ex Anthoephalus cadamba,

Herbal and Spicy Attar :
  • Attar manufactured from combination of floral, herbal & spicy materials are coming under this category. Hina and its various forms viz., Shamama, Shamam –tul –Amber, Musk Amber and Musk Hina.
  • The some attars which are neither floral nor herbal and are coming under this category. Attar Mitti falls under this category and is produced by distillation of baked earth over base material.

Uses :
  • The Indian attars in the past has been utilized by elite class of the society particularly kinds & queens on their body. With the span of time kingdoms got abolished and hence the kings & queens. But, attars industry got a new dimension form the field of fragrance to flavour and now a days it is used in the following areas :
    • Pan Masala and Gutka is the largest consumer of Indian attars. The reason for using it is it’s extraordinary tenacity along with characteristic to withstand with tobacco note. The attars used are rose, Kewra, Mehndi, Hina, Shamama, Mitti, Marigold etc.
    • Tobacco is relatively smaller segment for attar consumption as compared to above industry. The attars used are mainly kewra & Rose. Alongwith Pan masala & Gutkha it contributes to more the 75% of attar consumption.
    • Betlenet is relatively smaller segment for attar consumption as compared to above two industry.
    • The attars used are mainly Kewra & Rose.
    • It is used by people as a personal perfume, particularly by Muslims due to absence of alcohol.
    • Attars does have the application in pharmaceutical industry too.
    • Attars of Rose & Kewra are used in traditional Indian sweets , for imparting flavour.

Quality Standard :
  • The quality of Attars can be ensured by
  • Controlling the qualities of raw material i.e. flowers & base materials like sandalwood oil etc.
  • Standardization of process parameters.
  • The BIS specification is available for the analysis of Sandalwood oil. Most of the species which are used in the manufacturing of Indian traditional fragrances for example Sugandh Mantri, Sugandh Bala, Kapoor Kachri, Jatamansi, Nagarmotha, etc. have no specification for their quality assessment.
  • The quality of attars depends upon.
  • The quality of flower
  • The time duration between the plucking of flower and charging into the stills,
  • The process parameters of distillation.

 



Specification

English Name Botanical Name
Amber Attar Pinus Succinifera
Attar Hina Lawsonia Inermis
Bakul Attar Mimusops Elengi
Bakhoor Attar --
Black Musk Attar --
Blue Lotus Attar --
Chameli Attar Jasmine Grandiflorum
Champa Attar Champaca
Choya Loban Attar --
Choya Ral Attar --
Dehnul Oud Attar Aquilera Mlaconsis
Frangipani Attar Plumeria Ruera
Gul Henna Attar Lawsonia Inermis
Goldmohar Attar Painciana Regia
Har Sringar Attar Nycatnithes
Hina 555 Attar --
Hina Ambari Attar --
Hina Attar --
Hina Musky Attar --
Hina Oudhi Attar --
Hina Zafrani Attar --
Honey Suckle Attar Lonicara, Hybrid
Indian Kadamb Attar Anthocephalus Cadamba
Indian Lotus Attar --
Islamic Bakhur Attar Melaleuca Alternifolia
Jasmine Attar Jasmine officinale
Jasmine Grandiflorum Attar Jasmine Sambacum
Jasmine Sambac Attar --
Juhi Attar Jasmine Auriculatum
Kamal Attar Lotus
Kasturi Hina Attar Myristica Fragrans
Kesar Attar Crocus Sativus
Kewra Attar Pandmns Odoratissimus
Khus Attar Vetiveria Zizanoides
Loban Attar Styrax Benzoin
Majmua 96+ Attar (Green) Boquet
Mitti Attar Eullers Earth
Misk Gazala Attar Musk Amber
Mogra Attar Abelmoschus Moschus
Motia Attar Jasmine Sambac
Moulsree Attar Cymbobogan Maxinii
Mukhallat Attar Mesua Ferres
Musk Amber --
Musk Attar Pinus Succine frafossil
Musk Gazala Attar --
Nag Champa Attar Michelia Champaka
Nakh Choya Attar Citrus Bigardia
Narcissus Attar Genus Narcissus
Osmanthus Attar Osmanthus fortunli
Oudh Attar Aasam India Nelumbo Nucifera
Pink Lotus Attar --
Raat Raani Attar Cestrum Noctuneum
Rajnigandha Attar Tuberose
Rooh-Al-Oudh Attar --
Rose Attar Rose Damascena
Sandal Musk Attar --
Sandalwood Attar Santalum Album
Shamama Attar Prepared from 35+ herbs
Shamama SAI Attar Prepared from 35+ herbs
Shamama No. 320 Attar Prepared from 35+ herbs
Shamama No. 640 Attar Prepared from 35+ herbs
Shamama No. 960 Attar Prepared from 35+ herbs
Shamama Shahi Attar Prepared from 35+ herbs
Shamama-Tul-Amber Attar Prepared from 35+ herbs
Sontaka Attar Hydechium Coronasium
White Lotus Attar Nelumbo Nucifera
Zafran Attar (Kesar) (Saffron) Crocus Sativus
Zafri Attar (Mari Gold/Gend Attar) Calendula Officinalis

Indian Attars

Items Price,

Sample 10g

30.00 / (30.00)

100g

199.90 / (199.90)

250g

299.90 / (299.90)

500g

499.90 / (499.90)

1 Kg

999.90 / (999.90)
1- 4 to 6 Business Days, DHL/FEDEX


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