Exotic Candles for your Home

Twinkle Khanna’s store The White Window has outlasted many celebrity initiatives because it really is run like a serious business enterprise and also stocks her family candle brand, The Faraway Tree. Some of her products are now available on We pick a few candles that smell as good as they look.

Published: 19th January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th January 2015 01:31 AM   |  A+A-

Hanoi scented LemonGrass glass candle Rs 650

These Hanoi candles come with scented soft wax in a lemongrass fragrance and create quite a stir in the room with their light and subtle fragrance.

Jasmine chequered gold press jar candle Rs 1,250

These golden jar candles come with scented soft wax in a soothing mogra fragrance. They make for great festive gifts and when grouped together, can light up any room.

Morocco silver-scented candle (Cinnamon) Rs 650

Aromatic candles have never looked prettier! These Morocco silver candles come with scented soft wax in a cinnamon fragrance that wafts gently through the room when lit. A gorgeous gift for any season, this comes in the traditional blue and white ribbon packaging of The White Window.

Mirror work candle Rs 650

This beautiful white and gold mirror worked candle is a sight to behold. Here, mirrors have been expertly applied by hand and the vibe is one of warmth and celebration.

Filigree  red candle Rs 650

A fabulously festive candle  that brings a wonderfully ethnic vibe to your décor, this one is a must this season! With a diamond and red tikli design and golden highlights, this candle makes for a great centre-piece and are also easy to light.


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