“Firdaus Attar is a traditional perfume oil from India that is said to have been created by the Mughals, an imperial power that ruled a large portion of the Indian Subcontinent.
Firdaus Attar was one such creation that took years to develop and perfect. According to legend, the royal attarwallahs came up with many different variations – with disappointing results. However, after years of experimentation, a blend was created that surpassed all others. It contained wild roses, night bloom jasmine, gardenia, botanical musk, honeysuckle, narcicuss, galbanum, with hints of saffron, cardemom and amber resin. Princess Jahanara is said to have adored the attar and claimed that this surely must be the essence of angel from paradise, hence the name “Jannat Tul Firdaus”.”