Shani Shank conch is a turtle shaped conch and also known as kachhap Shankh / Conch and is devoted to Lord Shani .
Turtle is a symbol of long life, stability, prosperity and wealth according to Hindu Vedas and Chinese culture. This Shani Conch brings the blessings of Saturn and in addition to that, it is considered very important conch as it protects from the wrath of Shani or Saturn. This is very much useful To achieves blessings and Benefits from Lord Shani. It destroys the negative energy from the surrounds. It also removes all types of negativity from the surroundings. It is believed that who keep Shani Shankh in their place of money; Goddess Lakshmi boosts and stabilises their monetary resources . Kachhap Shankh is useful for overcoming mishaps, risks and threats .The literal meaning of the Sanskrit word ‘Kachhap / ShaniShankh’ is ‘Turtle shaped Conch’. The Kachhap / ShaniShankh is also considered as a symbol of growth, prosperity and stability.Keeping Kachhap/ Shani Conch in the place of money boosts our monetary resources. Turtle shaped Conches are very rare and highly exceptional. In Ancient scriptures, conches are considered very auspicious.
PanchMukhi Shankh Is also called as Cow Conch. Cow is considered very sacred in Hindu Religion and so is also named as Gomukhi Shankh. Keeping Gaumukhi shankh in Puja place/ temple gives all the (Punya/ blessings) benefits of keeping a cow. Gaumukhi Shankh helps in bringing harmony, peace and bliss. Religious SignificanceTo start any religious ceremonies, a Gomukhi conch shell (shankha) is blown. Even the Lord Vishnu, is shown with a Conch shell in one hand and a chakra or a disc in the other.
Natural Shankh means face of cow conch. This Shankh resembles face of Cow. Cow is considered very sacred in Hinduism and so is Natural shankh. Keeping in temple/Puja place gives all the benefits (punya) of keeping a cow. It helps in bringing peace, harmony and happiness must to have Shankh for every Altar.
Dakshinavarti shankh (conch) is a sacred Hindu object otherwise known in English as a conch shell.The Dakshinavarti Shankh 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.It is a symbol for fame and success.
The Vishnu Shankh also known as Ardha Chandra Shankh is a rare Tantric conch shell the worship of which, is said to give the worshipper the same benefits as that of worshipping Laxmi-Narayana. In this post, I have described a special Mantra Sadhana to energize and purify the Vishnu Shankh for use in the home or office. Apart from the physical, mental, material and monetary benefits, I have also written about a couple beauty and health remedies, which can be practice using the Vishnu Shankh.
The special geometry of this kind of natural conch shell shankh creates a positive energy field.
The blowing of a Vamavarti shankha is believed to remove the ill effects of negative energies and it purifies our surroundings and soul.
The sound of the shankha symbolises the sacred OM sound. Vishnu holding the conch represents him as the god of sound. Brahma Vaivarta Purana declares that shankha is the residence of both Lakshmi and Vishnu, bathing by the waters led through a shankha is considered as like bathing with all holy waters at