A fairly floral and attractive everyday perfume-dipped rose incense. Gulab means rose, and this has the essence of roses scent that the older generation like. It is a little old fashioned and stuffy, but not offensive. I'm ot hugely attracted to floral scents, rose in particular, but this works well enough. There's nothing off or offensive about it - indeed, it seems a clean scent. It is, though, a litttle too neutral, bringing no divine joy, and not creating any sort of mood. It perfumes the air though, and does it well.
It put me in mind of Swarna Gulab by Moksh, so I burned a stick of each and invited my family to compare them. They found them very similar, with the Moksh being the more subtle and interesting, and the Hari Om being the more direct. It's each to their own, and opinions will vary, but I also found them very similar.