Sandalwood is a premium wood of Santalum trees. The woods of Sandalwood are yellow, heavy and fine-grained. Sandalwood maintains its fragrance for a long time, other kinds of wood did not preserve the smell as long as sandalwood. Perfume and oil are extracted from the woods for use in different work because the wood and oil make a unique smell and make a special effect on the mind. Sandalwood is often mentioned as one of the most costly woods in the world.
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Sandalwoods are medium size hemi-parasitic trees. It is part of the European mistletoe botanical family. Its origins in Malayan Peninsula. In the sixteenth century, it was brought to India by the Indians, Arab commercial networks and Chinese Commercial routes. Malayan Peninsula, East Asia, Arab and India was the primary trading center at that time. Today, Indian sandalwood (Santalum album) and Australian sandalwood (Santalum spicatum) are most traded in the market because of stable sources and special fragrant. Indian sandalwood and Australian sandalwood are found in India, Indonesia, Nepal, Bangladesh, Hawaii, Australia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and other Pacific Islands.
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