Blowing Sankha for Puja and Rituals.
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Blowing Sankha : A Sankha is a conch shell of ritual and religious importance in Hinduism and Buddhism. It is the shell of a large predatory sea snail, Turbinella pyrum, found in the Indian Ocean. The Shankha (conch-shell) is regarded sacred and auspicious in the Indian system. Like the swastika symbol, it is an integral part of Vedic sacraments. It is blown to initiate religious ceremonies. God Vishnu is shown with a shankha in one hand and a disc (Chakra) in the other. In the battlefield (Kurukshetra) of Mahabharata, Lord Krishna is said to have wielded a mighty shankha called the ’Panchajanya’. It is believed that when it is blown it announces the victory of good over evil.
Sankha for Puja and Rituals.