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Dakshinavarti Shankh

Dakshinavarti  Shankh



Dakshinavarti Shankh has great importance in Hindu religion and is highly rarest in all Shankhs. It is the same type as normal conch, but it has reverse-turning spiral. Normal conch has vamavarti spiral and the rare Dakshinavarti conch has Dakshinavarti spiral so it is called Dakshinavarti Shankh. It is also known as Lakshmi Shankh or Valampuri Shankh.



It is considered rare because one Dakshinavarti Shankh is found in 1, 00000 normal conch. It is basically found in Rameshwaram and vicinity of Ram Setu and Sri Lanka. It is regarded highly coveted in the worship of all deity specially lord Vishnu and Devi Lakshmi, In all depicture of lord Vishnu and Lakshmi one can easily see Dakshinavarti shanks in his hand.



When to use this Shankh


This conch should be used in every religious ritual and worship that is occurred in family. Playing this conch during the worship brings harmony removes negative energy from surroundings, produces positive and divine energy around.



Rituals that are conducted by using Dakshinavarti Shankh may include bathing deities by this conch, drinking from the conch, or chanting the mantras of goddess Lakshmi through this conch.



Benefits of Dakshinavarti Shankh


This Lakshmi Conch is believed to bring all type of blessing, but particularly money, material wealth and prosperity upon the owner. It is also used as a wonderful vastu object that gives high positive energy.



The Echo sound of Lakshmi Shankh creates charismatic divine magnetic power around the premises it is used in, and brings Harmony, good luck, positive and beneficial outcomes.



Dakshinavarti Shankh is collected by the fishermen near around the coast of Indian Ocean, only they have the understanding of real Lakshmi conch. Our website have genuine relation with some fishermen who sold this conch, so if you want to get one for your prosperity can contact us and we will arrange one for you. We provide the original Dakshinavarti Shankh.