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vishnu shankh

vishnu shankh
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Product Code : 44
Brand Name : jyotish rahasya
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  • Minimum Order Quantity
  • 1 Piece
  • Price
  • 1100 INR
  • Price Range
  • 1100.00 - 2100.00 INR
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  • 5 Inch (in)
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  • 5 Inch (in)
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  • 5
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  • white
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Product Description
The conch blowing is a procedure by which, powerful cosmic waves travel in such a way to destroy the, harmful germs from environments and it is more effective at the time of sunrise. It is clear that conch blowing is not a religious symbol and it is a environments naturopathy. Daily blowing of conch is helpful for speech therapy, respiratory treatments and psychological treatments. The blowing of Shankh for different purposes, in different styles and sounds, creates the different results. Shankh in Indian mythology is also the name given to one of the nine treasures held by the god of wealth, Kuber. There is an attendant of Kuber also called Shankhnidhi, and he is shown as a corpulent dwarf seated in an easy posture holding a conch shell in one of his two hands. His companion is Padmanidhi, who resembles Shankhnidhi in all particulars except that he holds a lotus in his hand instead of a conch shell. It is most characteristically associated with Vishnu, and is one of His four Aayudh weapon', but employed in the sense of whatever is held in the hand usually found in his hands; the Discus (Chakra), the Mace (Gadaa) and the Lotus (Padm) being the other three than Shankh. The conch held by Vishnu is named Paanch-janya Shankh, even as the name of the Discus in His hand is Sudarshan and the name of His mace is K 
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