This fragrant blend associated with autumn carries the feeling of romantic love as well as the longing felt in times of separation characteristic of the popular Ragini Bhairavi melody. It is best enjoyed around dawn, though it is suitable to envelope yourself in this aroma at any hour. Bhairavi is the wife of Raga Bairava, the Lord of Music who emanated from Lord Shiva and from whom all other ragas emanated. The burning incense releases hints of rose, an evocative scent symbolic of love and appreciation. Supported by vanilla, this ancient blend gives you the sensation of waiting for your loved one while sitting in the middle of a lush and tropical garden. A ragini is a female raga, an ancient melodic form of Indian classical music played in a certain scale of notes with its own melodic form and associated mood. The ragini is always played or sung after its raga, or husband, with its composition reflecting the tantric elements of the male and female energies. The raga-ragini combination evolved from the spiritual practice of Tantra around the 14th century. Together the static and dynamic energies create mood-evoking music.