Valampuri Right Hand Conch Shell Dakshinavarti Shankh 7"
Right Hand Conch Shell Valampuri Dakshinavarti Shankh
Weight 440gm Approx
The conch shell is thought to have been the original horn-trumpet; ancient Indian mythical epics relate heroes carrying conch shells. The Indian god Vishnu is also described as having a conch shell as one of his main emblems; his shell bore the name Panchajanya meaning 'having control over the five classes of beings.
The conch shell is an emblem of power, authority, and sovereignty. In Indian culture, different types of conch shell were associated with the different castes and with male and female. Shells which spiral to the right are considered especially sacred, the right spiral mirroring the motion of the sun, moon, planets, and stars across the sky. Also, the hair whorls on Buddha's head spiral to the right, as do his fine bodily hairs, the long white curl between his eyebrows and the conch like a swirl of his navel.
Belief in mythology apart, the conch shell's significance is corroborated by science. Try holding a conch shell to your ear, the sound of the ocean humming gently can be heard. It is actually the natural vibration or cosmic energy of the earth that gets magnified on entering the conch shell. These unique whorls are directed clockwise in perfect synchronization with universal harmony. The vibrations from these conch shells can dispel evil forces from the earth and also clear environmental pollution including healing the hole in the ozone layer which causes global warming!" It is also called a Dakshinavarti Shankh. Any picture of Goddess Lakshmi always depicts Dakshinavarti Shankh in her hands.
Installation:- Right-Hand conch shell shall be kept in the Pooja Room or Locker. It should be wrapped in the silky cloth. During auspicious occassion like diwali, one shall light incense in front of the shankh and offer white rice and milk.
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