List of Masala :

Tea Masala, Chicken Tikka Masala, Chicken Tandoori Masala, Fish Masala, Mutton Masala, Chaat Masala, Dal Masala, Mixed Vegetable Masala, Garam Masala, Milk Masala, Garlic Masala, Lemon Rice Masala, Mint Masala, Patato Masala, Briyani Rice Masala, Indian Masala, Mixed Pepper, Black Papper Corn, White Pepper, Green Pepper, Red Pepper, Mace, Cumin Powder/Seeds, Ginger Powder / Root, Red Chilly Powder / Whole, Turmeric Powder, Coriander Powder / Seeds, cloves, Mustard Seeds, Onion Seeds, Asfoetida, Henna Powder, Cinnamon Sticks / Powder, Mango Powder, paprika, orageno Seeds, Black Cumin, Lemon salt, Curry Leaves, Bay Leaves, Cardomom Green / Black, Anis Seeds, Star Anis, Fenugreek Seeds / Powder, Celery Seeds.


Vanilla takes a long time to cultivate. It can take 14 months for the pods to grow after pollination, plus another nine months after that until they’re ready to be picked. Vanilla beans are picked while still green and then dried in the sun for weeks. During the drying process, each pod is massaged by hand to bring out the natural oils. Each bean is sorted by quality and graded based on length, appearance, etc, etc. Some make the cut, some make extract and powder.


Kashmir saffron ("Kashmiri Kesar") is considered the best in the world for its distinctive long silky threads with a dark red color, its pleasant aroma and its powerful coloring and flavoring capabilities. No other subsitence or spices can take place of saffron's flavour or aroma in this world. Our Kashmiri saffron is 100% pure and free from any foreign subsitence, premium quality. Pure saffron consists of only the orange-red stigmas of the saffron plant. Saffron is also believed to have many medicinal properties. Saffron Called Kesar in the rest of India, saffron is used as a flavoring agent in many food preparations, from rice dishes, such as biryani, to various sweets and tabbocoe industry.


At Maharani Spices we pride ourselves in handcrafting a bar soap that's natural, earth friendly and body friendly. Made from scratch using a variety of natural vegetable oils, essential oils, herbs and fragrances, our soaps produce a rich, creamy lather and a relaxing aromatherapy experience. Many of our soaps are highly desired because of their ability to treat eczema, acne, psoriasis and other skin maladies.


Herbal massage oils incorporate potent ayurvedic herbal extracts to take the benefits of the traditional daily massage a step further. For example, there’s Country Mallow for dry skin, Sandalwood for sensitive skin and Indian Sarsaparilla for oily skin. Your skin, the largest organ in the body, reacts to a number of factors — diet, stress, cosmetics and the environment. Help keep it nourished and balanced with herbal massage oils especially formulated for individual skin types. Sesame Oil base.


Essential oils are derived from various types of herbs, seeds, flowers, stem, barks, rizomes and roots etc. Using Suitable method of extraction such as steam, hydro, solvent or supercritical co2 method. These oils not only helps in curing various diseases but also is belived to have any side effects. Essential oils are used widely across the perfumery industry. Some of the most commonly used essential oils are geranium oil, sandalwood oil and lavender oil etc.

Essential oil flavour's :

Sandalwoods, Opium, Rose, Jasmine, Patchouli, White Rose, Musk, White Musk, Amber, Marigold, Ylang-ylang, Nagchampa, Magnolia, Voilet, Neroli, Narcissus, Bergamot, Gardenia, Rosewood, Lemon, Tea Rose, Orange, Lime, Cinnamon, Night Queen, Anis, Black Pepper, Clove, Mandarin, Citronella, Lemongrass, Aphrodesia, Lavender, Cardamon, Basil, Tuberose, Jojoba, Mogra, Neem, Peppermint, Spearmint, Cederwood, Frankincense, Tea Tree, Frangipani, Vanilla, Lotus, Turmeric, Thyme, Equliptus, Honey Suckle, Choco Almond, Lily, Rosemarry, Geranium, Vetivert, Juniperberry, lily of valley.


Many Indian incenses have a unique scent that is not found in any other part of the globe. Indian incense-making involves a wide variety of ingredients. In accordance with Ayurvedic principles, all the ingredients that go into incense-making are categorized into five classes:[6]
1. Ether (fruits) examples: Star anise, 2. Water (stems and branches) examples: Sandalwood, Aloeswood, Cedarwood, Cassia, Frankincense, Myrrh, Borneol, 3. Earth (roots) examples: Turmeric, Vetiver, Ginger, Costus root, Valerian, Indian Spikenard, 4. Fire (flowers) examples: Clove, 5. Air (leaves) examples: Patchouli
Dhoops are another masala sub-group. They are an extruded incense, lacking a core bamboo stick. Many dhoops have very concentrated scents and put out a lot of smoke when burned. The most well-known dhoop is probably Chandan Dhoop. It contains a high percentage of Sandalwood.

Available with following Flavour's :

Sandalwood, Vanilla, Rose, Jasmine, Manolia, Woods, Champa, Patchouli, Opium, Musk, Lily, Amber, Honey, Desert, nag champa, Citronella, Lemon Grass, Night Green, Cinnamon.


Incense smoke has a very powerful effect on surroundings.Our mental state and emotions can be profoundly affected by scents and fragrances. They can stimulate, calm, and regularize. To calm reduce anxiety, stress, and fear, we use incense that has a direct and relaxing influence on the psyche. Incense can also have stimulating as well as revitalizing effects.