Konch Shell Dakshinavarti Shankh for Pooja
Konch Shell Dakshinavarti Shankh for Pooja

Konch Shell Dakshinavarti Shankh for Pooja

Product Code: Shankh
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Godess Lakshmi photo always depicts Dakshinavarti Shank in her hands. Dakshinavarti Shankh shankh shall be kept in Puja Ghar or Locker during any auspicious occasionor festival, Dakshinavarti Shankh brings good luck and prosperity to the individual and his family

In the Puranas, the gods and goddesses are depicted as holding a shell, whenever they are happy or setting out on war.Whenever the shell is blown it is said to purify the environment form all evil effects.

Even the scietists have agreed othe fact that the blowing of a conch increases the positive qualities in the atmosphere such as courage, hope, determination, will -power, optimism,etc. It is always recommended that every house shall have 

Shankh for wealth, prosperity and Good Luck. It is belived that who keeps this Shell in their locker , they would never face any dearth of money in there life. 

As soon as the Shank is blown the frequencies of divine energy (Shakti) are emitted into atmosphere due to sound generated.

If a person holds a conch shell to his 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. The moment Shank is blown our brain is emptied of all thoughts. Invariably we will enter state of Tran’s state where we are very receptive. This Trans state is the one with awareness. You are so occupied in mind that only way to awaken you is with a Shock.  The blowing of shank makes the atmosphere holy and pure and conducive for the spiritual growth of the individual.

Stammering children can be corrected of their speech by regularly blowing the shank.

It is believed that by  blowing conch shell regularly blockages in heart will go away and it also improves the respiratory system.

The following are the other benefits. Store some water in a conch overnight and next morning massage your skin with this water. This cures many skin diseases, rashes, allergies etc. It also cures ‘white spots on skin if process repeated for a month. 2. Store water overnight as above and in morning, add rose water to it. Wash your hair with this mixture. Natural colour of hair will restored within few days. 3. If you suffer from stomach pain, indigestion, laceration in the intestines, drink two spoons of this overnight shankh stored water.4. Dark Circles under eyes can be cured by gently rubbing with Conch for five minutes per day before sleep.

Spell Bounded with Holy Gangajal of Haridwar.

Condition New
Product TypePooja Item

Shank comes from the two Sanskrit words "Shum" which means something good and "Kham" meaning water. Hence the meaning of Shankar is conch holding the sacred water. It is also said word Shankara was been derived from Sankha-kara which means conch-blower (shankha means conch and  Kara means blower).

When the conch is blown with controlled breath, the primordial sound of "Om" emanates from it. This eternal sound is the origin of all Vedas. All knowledge enshrined in the Vedas is an elaboration of the omnipresent sublime sound of Om. It was this sound that was chanted by the Lord before manifesting the cosmos. It represents the creation and the Truth behind it.

 The blowing of a conch shell enhances the positive psychological vibrations such as courage, determination, hope, optimism, willpower, and bliss can be felt by all people assembled and also by the blower.

1. Prosperity to the house or office

2. No shortage of food, money, or clothes.

3. Brings peace to the premises.

4. If kept in the bedroom, it brings harmony among the couple.

5. If kept during a religious gathering, it brings knowledge by evoking Goddess Saraswati.

6. Enlightens the students with the knowledge and sharpens their memory.

7. Fill it with Ganges water and sprinkle it on a person or on-premises. Malefic planetary effects and black magic evils disappear.

8. Removes ill-effects of Brahmhatya, Gau-hatya, and Bal-Natya (Dosha due to the killing of a priest, cow, or a child in the previous births).

9. Shankh shall be kept on a white cloth in puja Ghar or Wrapped in white cloth if need to be kept in the locker. 

  • shells are very rare and are found only in very few places.
  • A completely white colored-one is very rarely found.