Dakshinavarti Shankh is a sacred Hindu object also known as conch shell in English. As per the Shastras and religion, this shell holds a lot of importance in our sect. This shell is found in the Indian ocean from the shell of a large sea snail and that too from the one that has the very rare reverse turning spiral.
It has been named Dakshinavarti as when it is held with the spout (siphonal canal) pointed up, this conch’s spiral twists rightwards (dakshinavarti) rather than very much more common form, which twists leftwards (vamavarti).
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