Burning guggul during the puja creates a clean and fragrant atmosphere.

Religion desk. In Hinduism, incense sticks are offered to God during worship. Guggal or frankincense is burnt if there is no light. Apart from this, more fragrant items are easily found in the market, which are lit during worship. This creates a fragrant atmosphere in the whole house and also makes the mind happy. Burning of fragrant things during worship has been a part of Hindu worship for thousands of years.
Benefits of burning guggul
 1. In earlier times, the vegetation named Agaru was used in worship. By burning it, not only the atmosphere was fragrant, but its smoke also destroyed micro-organisms like bacteria, viruses etc. It acted like an anti-oxidant. 2. Guggul also have these qualities. Their smell is not tolerated by insect-mites, so when googles are burnt, the smell of bacteria, viruses, etc. are destroyed by its smell. 3. When Guggul is burnt at the time of worshiping God, it is also beneficial in various physical diseases due to its anti-oxidant properties.
 4. According to Ayurveda, smelling the scent of googal reduces the phlegm related defects. It is also used in various Ayurvedic medicines. The atmosphere is scented by its smell.