Conch Shell Vamavarti Shankha small size CS-04-001

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SKU: CS-04-001

Based on its direction of coiling the Shankha has mainly two varieties-  “Dakshinavarta” and “Vamavarta”, attributing to different virtue and structure. Dakshinavarta, a rare jewel, is associated with Lord-Vishnu, symbolizes the infinite space. Whereas, Vamavarta, represents the reversal laws of nature, thus linked the Lord Shiva.

Vamavarti Shankhas open towards the left i.e. to the north. Vamavarti Shankhas are the most commonly found conch shells and widely used in all religious rituals. Vamavarti Shankhas are used for blowing. The deep sound of blowing removes all negative energy from the surrounding and purifies the atmosphere and soul.

Size : Approximately 4 inches in length. 

Delivery Time and Shipping Cost:

Delivery time is 5-7 working days in Metros, 10-12 working days in other places within India. Shipping within India is free.

Hinduism believes “Shankha” as giver of fame, longevity and prosperity. The Shankha Dhwani (sound) symbolizes “Oum” the first word of Gayatri Mantra. Shankha is the abode of Goddess Laxmi and Lord Vishnu, believes Hinduism. Thus for ritual purification, un-holed Shankha is use to bathe the deities. Water led through Shankha is considered as most holy bath, which is still in practice. This wind instrument is made by drilling a hole near the tip of the apex to produce that heavy sound (Shankha-naada). 

Buddhism believes the elegant, deep, melodious, interpenetrating and pervasive sound of Shankha awakens disciple from deep slumber of ignorance.




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Length 4 inches approx

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