Wooden Kapoor Dani is a type of incense burner that is used to burn camphor or Kapoor, a fragrant material that is commonly used in Hindu and Buddhist rituals and ceremonies. Unlike steel Kapoor danis, wooden ones are made of wood, which gives them a natural and rustic look. They typically consist of a small bowl-shaped container with a perforated lid or cover, and may be decorated with carvings or other decorative elements. To use a wooden Kapoor Dani, the user places a small amount of camphor onto the perforated lid, and then lights it with a match or lighter. As the camphor burns, it releases a fragrant smoke that is believed to have purifying and healing properties. Wooden Kapoor danis are often used in homes, temples, and other sacred spaces, and are also used for meditation and spiritual practices.