How India's Perfumers Recreate The Smell Of Rain On Earth | Still Standing

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Neha Sharma
Neha Sharma
11 Mar 2022

We visited India’s perfume capital, Kannauj to see how craftsmen make "attar," or natural perfumes using a centuries-old steam distillation method.

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How India's Perfumers Recreate The Smell Of Rain On Earth

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Zaher123 3 months ago

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AshifRaza 3 months ago

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