Shankh Mala/Rosary: Ancient India lived in her villages. Each village was presided over by a Primary temple and several smaller ones. During the AARATI, performed after all important Pooja and on sacred occasions, the Conch (SANKHA) used to be blown. Since Villages were generally small, the sound of the Conch (SANKHA) would be heard all over the village. People who could not make it to the temple were reminded to stop whatever they were doing, at least for a few seconds, and mentally bow to the lord.
Small Conch rosaries made from small conch shells or Shankh are considered lucky and auspicious. Shankh is an important Puja item and is used in Hindu pujas. Conch Rosaries are dear to Goddess Lakshmi. Conch rosaries is used usually in the Sadhana of Goddess Lakshmi or while chanting mantras dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi. It is believed that wearing of small conch malas bring peace and prosperity.
Some people keep these Conch rosaries along with account books and in cash lockers for luck and business prosperity. People who constantly give speeches wear the conch shell mala to overcome stage fear and to gain confidence. Some people wear it to overcome speech problems. Some people also make offering of Conch rosaries to Goddess Lakshmi. -Shankh Mala.
The Exotic Conch rosaries made of smooth and genuine conch shells with a Sumeru tassel has a distinctive appeal. The cream colored conchs with slight tint of brown are specially handpicked to give the mala a uniform and blissful look. Conch shells signify victory and were seen as mark of auspicious beginning in ancient times. Chanting mantras or wearing this mala will help keep your mind calm and composed.
This is very beautiful mala which is made by the small shells and Shankh. It is said that Shankh are very lucky for every person and auspicious also. According to Hindu tradition it is considered as an important item in Puja of any God or Goddess. Goddess Lakshmi likes the conch Rosaries very most that’s why they are very useful items when we perform a Puja for Goddess Lakshmi. Some people have this mala in lockers and cash books for better luck and prosperity. This mala will also gain your confidence to do something. By having these Rosaries you can reduce your fear and speech problems also. -Shankh Mala.
Shankh Mala Used In:
- Sorcery activities, Moon veneration by chanting spells.
- Puja of Goddess Lakshmi, accomplishment, chanting Mantras, veneration, Yajna etc.
- It is used for special tantric experiments and exercises. Small malas or rosaries made from small conch shells or Shankh are considered lucky and auspicious. Shankh is an important Puja item and is used in Hindu Pujas.
Benefits of Shankh Mala/Rosary:
- Moon becomes strong.
- It provides mental peace. It increases blood regulations.
- It solves brain related problems.
- It brings happiness in life.
Conch Rosaries are dear to Goddess Lakshmi. Shankh Mala is used usually in the Sadhana of Goddess Lakshmi or while chanting mantras dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi. It is believed that wearing of small conch malas bring for peace and prosperity. Some people keep this mala along with account books and in cash lockers for luck and business prosperity. People who constantly give speeches wear the Conch Rosaries to overcome stage fear and to gain confidence. Some people wear it to overcome speech problems.
Siddha Shankh Mala/Rosary:
This rosary is sainted by chanting Beej Mantra by expert pundits of the team of Astro Mantra during the period of Kaal Ratri like Holi, Deepawali, and Dusshera etc. for instant effect and ready to wear.
Shankh Mala Details:
- Color: White
- Size: 6mm
- Weight: 15 gram
- Shape: Shankh Shape
- Energized: Laxmi Mantra
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