Right Hand Shankh | Right Hand Conch/ Hand Shankh for Pooja

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  • • The unique feature of the Dakshinavarti Conch or the Valampuri Conch is that the opening of this shell is on the right. Hence, it is also called the right-handed conch shell.
    • Right-Hand Shankh is very rare and highly coveted, and it is highly auspicious to keep it in pooja for prosperity and auspiciousness.
    • Bring prosperity and abundance to the worshipper's house; bring happiness and peace among the family members.
    • It is said that this Valampuri sangu emits the sound " Om" naturally in the environment due to its shape when kept with its open mouth facing the sky and tall towards the north.
    • Bring the divine energy of the universe into your hands with our exquisite Dakshinavarti shankh! Whether you're a devout spiritual seeker or simply looking to infuse your daily routine with a touch of sacredness, this shankh is the perfect addition to your spiritual arsenal.
    • Immerse yourself in the holy vibrations as you blow the shankh during your daily puja, meditation, or any auspicious occasion.
    • With its smooth and polished surface, the Dakshinavarti shankh not only feels great in your hand but also adds a touch of elegance to your puja room.
    • When it comes to selecting a shankh for puja, the dakshin mukhi shankh is traditionally considered more auspicious. This is because the right-hand Shankh is believed to represent the conch shell that Lord Vishnu carries in his right hand.
    • The sound produced by the right-hand Shankh is also said to be more powerful and spiritually beneficial.
    • The valampuri shankh typically has a clockwise spiral, and it is usually larger and more curved than the left-hand Shankh.