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Joss sticks are a type of incense used in many East Asian and Southeast Asian countries, traditionally burned before a Chinese religious image, idol or shrine. They can also be burned in front of a door, or open window as an offering to heaven, or devas.

Stacks of joss sticks

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Cheryl Chan
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Joss sticks are a type of incense used in many East Asian and Southeast Asian countries, traditionally burned before a Chinese religious image, idol or shrine. They can also be burned in front of a door, or open window as an offering to heaven, or devas.
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Stacks Of Joss Sticks Stock Photo 161738751Scented,Abundance,Color Image,Horizontal,In Front Of,Incense,Indoors,Large Group of Objects,Malaysia,No People,Photography,Religion,Spirituality,StackPhotographer Collection: Moment Open @2013 Cheryl ChanJoss sticks are a type of incense used in many East Asian and Southeast Asian countries, traditionally burned before a Chinese religious image, idol or shrine. They can also be burned in front of a door, or open window as an offering to heaven, or devas.