Pack Size, 6.8 Inches long, 9 oz
Joss sticks are religious materials in East Asian and Southeast Asian, such as China, India, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan, Myanmar, Cambodia, Philippines, Korea,and Japan, used for different purposes or on different festive days.
Joss sticks are traditionally burned before a religious idol or shrine. The idea behind this practice is to send a smoke signal to the gods that offerings have been made. They are also burned in front of doors or open windows as an offering to heaven. There are ‘Joss Houses’ or ‘Miu’ (Chinese) which are places of worship where Joss Sticks are burned inside and outside of the house, a variety of indigenous Chinese deities, saints and supernatural beings are worshipped here.