Dakshinavarti Shankh ( दक्षिणावर्ती शंख) is a very rare kind of shankh (conch shell) that has opening on the right side or have clockwise rotation when viewed from front. Dakshinavarti Shankhas are very very rare and auspicious. These type of Shankh is also known as Shri Lakshmi Shankh or Valampuri Shankh. The true Dakshinavarti Shankha has the three or more horizontal lines (ridges) at the inside center opening. The Valampuri is the favourite of Goddess Lakshmi and it is considered very auspicious to keep this Shankha in pooja for all round prosperity.
Dakshinavarti Shankh is the symbol of Goddess Maa Lakshmi, Goddess of Wealth. Goddess Lakshmi resides in this shankh. This shankh is thus the symbol of fortune and wealth. Keeping this shankha or placing it at home, office, mandir, temple, cash box locker gives good fortunes, money, good luck and prosperity. The exceptional power of this shankha removes economic problems and brings happiness and peace. The Lakshmi Conch is said to bring all manner of blessing, but particularly material wealth, upon the owner. Ritual use may include bathing deities, drinking from the conch, or the use of mantras oriented to goddess Lakshmi. It is a wonderful object for Vastu purpose giving high positive energy. This shankh is kept in puja and is not blown.
- Brings prosperity and abundance
- No shortage of food, clothes and money.
- Brings happiness, peace and prosperity.
- Enlightens students with knowledge and memory.
- Keep in religious places in house, brings Goddess Saraswati and Goddess Lakshmi in house.
- Any black magic, malefic or evil effect can be removed just by sprinkling Ganges Water from it.
- Remove ill effects of Balhatya (Child killing), Brahmhatya (Priest killing), Gohatya (Cow killing) in previous births.
Where to buy:
Since dakshinavarty shankh’s are rare, it is difficult to get these from market place; and even if you get, it is difficult to ascertain if these are original. One thing we have observed that many shankh dealers try to cover the defects in shankh with cement like powder and sell it. Shank’s of such type should be avoided.
Natural and original dakshinavarty shankh’s can be purchased from DivineTemples Dakshinavarty Shankhs.
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