Vamavarti Shankh/Vamavarti Puja Shankh (वामावर्ती शंख): This Shankh opens towards the left hand. This is the most commonly available Shankh and people use them for all religious purposes. In fact, the largest shells are Vamavarti Conch, that is, their bulge opens towards the left side. Blowing the Vamavarti Shankh removes dangerous goods from negative forces and cleanses our surroundings and soul. This is indeed a common dextral form of the species where the shell twists or twists in a clockwise helix when viewed from the top of the shell.
In Hinduism, the Dakshinavarti Shankh symbolizes space without a horizon and has association with Vishnu. The Vamavarti Shankh represents Shiva. The peculiar shape of the natural Shankh creates a positive energy field and hence people use these as yantras. Colorful styles of Shankh deification are also described in Indian scriptures for benefits that vary from wealth, success, and peace of mind to health, healing, and hypnosis. He was the leading known sound agency as the incarnation of sound and other foundations came later, therefore he is the originator.
It has to do with the basics themselves. It symbolizes female fertility. In ancient Greece, People treated seashells, along with plums, as sexual love and marriage, as well as the mother goddess. Blowing the Vamavarti Puja Shankh removes dangerous goods from negative forces and cleanses our surroundings and soul. Blowing the conch itself is a great exercise. It has a good effect on the urinary tract, bladder, lower abdomen, diaphragm, coffin, and neck muscles. This is ne of the prime instrument the sound of which gives a pious environment when someone blows it.
Vamavarti Shankh Benefits:
In his prominent references, the Vamavarti Shankh is an air-blowing instrument, and in this form, it became the hallmark of Vishnu. People used it as a votive gift and as a protective charm against the troubles of the ocean.
Vamavarti Shankh Details:
Weight: 0.090 kg Approx.
Size: “4” x “3” cm
Energized: Lakshmi Beej Mantra
Shipping: Within 4-5 Days in India
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