Shankh

left hand shankh

Vamavarta ("left-turned" as viewed with the aperture uppermost): this is the very commonly occurring dextral form of the species, where the shell coils or whorls expand in a clockwise spiral when viewed from the apex of the shell .

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right-hand-shankh

Dakshinavarti Shankh, or Sri Lakshmi Shankh, is a sacred Hindu object otherwise known in English as a conch shell. This is the shell of a large sea snail from the Indian Ocean (a shell of the species Turbinella pyrum), but one that has the very rare reverse-turning spiral. In other words, when it is held with the spout (siphonal canal) pointed up, this conch's spiral twists rightwards (dakshinavarti) rather than very much more common form, which twists leftwards (vamavarti). Genuine Dakshinavarti Lakshmi Conches are only found in the Indian Ocean, between Myanmar (Burma) all the way to Sri Lanka. The imitation (Lightning Whelks) mostly comes from North America.

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laxmi narayan shankh

According to Vishnu Puran, this is one of the most rare Shaligram. One who worships this shaligram gets immense wealth and very good health. Peace prevails in his/her house and at his/her workplace. It gives immense protection to the worshipper and gives all wordly comforts. It is very good for starting new business and growing the existing business. The competitors of the worshipers? can not stand against him/her anymore.It brings miracles to happen in the devotees life.

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Ganesh Shankh

This shankh denotes LORD GANESHA who is the ultimate power of deciding factor of doing or abstained from doing anything. keeping this shakh in home or work place energizes the good charm around the environment.

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shaligram

The Shaligram is the most sacred stone worshipped by the Vaishnavas and is used to worship Vishnu . According to shastra worship Shree Shaligram for six values of life ;- Righteous living, Wealth, Protection, good health, pleasures and Spiritual blessing . Near the kali - Gandaki river, there place called Dhamoder kunda.The stones which appear in that place are called shalagram shila. According to the Hindu tradition this stone is the shelter for a small insect known as "Vajra-Keeta" that has a diamond tooth which cuts through the Shaligram stone and stays inside it. The marks on the Shaligram gives it a special significance , the Discus of Lord Vishnu. The Shaligrams come in black colour. The Shaligrams of different shapes are often associated with different incarnations of Lord Vishnu .

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