- On sale!
Ganesh Conch/ Light Brown Conch with White and Dark Brown Stripes (Ganpati Shankh)
Height: 3.25 (inch) Width: 2 (inch)
Product Care: Wipe with a soft cloth
Expected Delivery Date Within USA Dec 9th-Dec 21st
Expected Delivery Date Outside USA Dec 21st-Dec 28th
You might also like
Lord Ganesha is one of the best-known and beloved representations of divinity in Hinduism. Ganesha is worshipped as the lord of beginnings, the lord of obstacles (Vighnesha), patron of arts and sciences, and the god of intellect and wisdom. He is honored with affection at the start of any ritual or ceremony. This God of knowledge and the remover of obstacles is also the elder son of Lord Shiva. Lord Ganesha is also called Vinayaka (knowledgeable) or Vighneshwara (god to remove obstacles) and worshipped for Siddhi.
According to astrology, Ganesha Shankh removes the malefic effects of planet Rahu and all obstacles which come in the path of devotees. The worshipper of Ganesha Shankh remains protected from black magic, occult, or any influence of the evil spirits. The Ganesha Shankh Worshipper has tremendous wisdom, very strong intuition, and all six senses work to perfection and that is how the worshipper remains successful in all his endeavors. It brings tremendous good luck, peace, and prosperity to the worshipper. The water of the Shankh if taken regularly bestows the devotee with extremely good health. It is said that this type of Shankh induces strength of mind, augments self-confidence, and helps in attaining fame, joy, and good health. The worshipper of this sacred Shankh is blessed with dignity, knowledge, learning, creativity, and foresight.
A seashell or sea shell, also known simply as a shell, is a naturally occurring, hard, protective outer layer created by an animal that lives in the sea. If you've ever walked on a beach, you've seen seashells, and maybe even collected some to take home. Most shells that are found on beaches are usually made of calcium carbonate. Most seashells come from mollusks, a large group of marine animals including clams, mussels, and oysters, which exude shells as a protective covering. These shells, because of their bright colors, a rich variety of shapes and designs, and abundance along seashores, have long been used for ornaments, tools, and coins. Seashells are commonly found in beach drift, which are natural deposits found along strandlines on beaches by the waves and the tides.
Seashells have been used as a medium of exchange and currency in various places, including many Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean islands, also in North America, Africa, and the Caribbean. Seashells have often been used as tools, because of their strength and the variety of their shapes. Seashells have been used as musical instruments, wind instruments for many hundreds if not thousands of years. Whole seashells or parts of seashells have been used as jewelry or in other forms of adornment since prehistoric times. Shells historically have been and still are made into, or incorporated into, necklaces, pendants, buttons, beads, earrings, brooches, rings, belt buckles, and other uses. Small pieces of colored and iridescent shells have been used to create mosaics and inlays, which have been used to decorate walls, furniture, and boxes. Large numbers of whole seashells, arranged to form patterns, have been used to decorate mirror frames and furniture.