- In Hindu scriptures, valampuri non-blowing shanks (shells) are always considered very sacred and important for pooja.
- Shankh / Conch is important because it has relationships with many gods and goddesses.
- In most images, you can see the gods and goddesses carrying the shank.
- There is a very rare special shank, among which is the Dakshinavarti Valampuri Shank. It is named Dakshinavarti Valampuri shankh because it has a right-handed twist on the bottom.
According to many scriptures, the goddess Lakshmi lives in Dakshinavarti Valampuri Shank. Therefore, worshiping this shank means worshiping the goddess Lakshmi herself, and she blesses those who worship it.
- It bestows abundant wealth and prosperity on believers. Atharva Veda says he has the power to defeat his enemies.
- Apart from the goddess Lakshmi, the other gods associated with Dakshinavarti Shank are Lord Vishnu and many gods such as Varna, Agni, Soma.
- They are kept in the place of Puja with the goddesses Lakshmi and Sri Vishnu.
- It is believed that if you are suffering from poverty and shortage, you must keep the DakshinaVarti Shank in your Pooja Room or in your treasure chest.
- Due to its religious importance and rarity, many traders have begun selling duplicate shells. The original shank is from the Indian Ocean which can be bought online in Taamarai Store.
|Note||Due to being a natural product, There may be some changes in the measurement, weight and color|