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|WEIGHT||510 gm approx|
|SIZE||Height - 11 cm (4.5"), Length - 20 cm (8") approx|
|MATERIAL||Natural from Sea|
|SHAPE & CUT||Standing|
Shankh is considered to be as the most religious instrument that release positive energy in the surroundings. It is also used at the time of bathe of Goddess, deities, especially Vishnu when performing rituals. Right before the start of war of Kurukshetra in Mahabharata, Lord Krishna took initiative to blow his famous Panchajanya Shankh, while creating striking terror right in the hearts of Kauravas camp. It is strongly believed that the sound of this Sankha spread in each corner round the world in the form of a wave of soliton carrier, making use of the ionosphere in the form of a wave guide. If you are suffering from physical conditions like indigestion, stomach pain, intestines problem, then drink exactly two spoons of the overnight Shankh stored water. Many people use Shankh water stored overnight as natural colour of the hair will return back in some days. The water of Shankh is also used for washing of eyebrows, beard and moustache too. Hair will give a smooth feel. The other names of Sankh are: Conch, Sangu in Tamil, Shankha in Sanskrit, and Sankham in Telugu.
Significance of Shankh (Conch)
- Shankh has tremendous significance in Hindu religion
- Most of the Pujas and Hawan are incomplete if the Conch is not blown
- It is said that sound release by the Conch can destroy all negative energy and thus one can attain peace of mind
- Apart from this, there are different benefits of Conch for a person to attain wealth, prosperity and good fortune
- Store little water in the conch for overnight period and then on the very next morning use this water for massaging your skin. It helps in curing several skin diseases, allergies, rashes etc.
- Stored water in Shankh can also reduce dark circles
As we saw the benefits of using Shank is not limited to only religious purposes, but can also be used for taking care of your health as well.
Types of Shankha:
- Dakshinavarti Shankha
- Vamavarti Shankha