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How Many Types of Shankhs Conches?

There are various types of Shankhs. One type is used for blowing purposes. And the other type of shankhs are used for Puja purposes and Decoration Purposes. For blowing generally Vamavarti shankhs are used.

Vamavarti Shankh:


Vamavarti Shankhs are left handed shankhs. When you hold the shankh with tip towards your body, there is an empty space on the left. therefore, it is called Vamavarti Shank.

Dakshinavarti shankhs:

Dakshinavarti Shankhs are right handed. Generally they are used for Puja purposes, Jal Abhishek to Idols and Shivalings.

Turbinella Pyrum Conches

Turbinella Pyrum 9-inches plain

Turbinella pyrum, common names the chank shell, sacred chank or chank, also known as the divine conch, sometimes referred to simply as a conch, is a species of very large sea snail with a gill and an operculum, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Turbinellidae. This species occurs in the Indian Ocean.

The name “chank” for the shell of this species is derived from the Indian word shankha, the divine conch. The old generic name was Xancus. The Dutch used to call them chianco.

Turbinella Angulata Conches

Turbinella Angulata-9-inches

This is very popular Blowing Shankh. The scientific name of this shankh is Turbinella Angulata. These shankhs are available up to 10 inches.

Frog Shell Conches

Frog Shell Bursidae

This is Frog Shell, a blowing conch Horn type. These are very big shankhs also up to 10 inches. You have to blow very slowly.

Gauri Shankar Conches

Gauri Shankar

The name of this Vamavarti Blowing Shankh is Gauri Shankh. It is easy to blow. Sound is also very good. This shankh is found in The Indian Ocean. These Shankhs are very popular in Sri Lanka.

Murex Garud Shankh

Murex Garud Shankh

This Shankh is used for decoration generally. Some people use for blowing purposes also.

Benefits of Blowing a Conch Shell:

The act of blowing a conch shell, is often referred to as a shankh. It has religious and cultural significance in many beliefs around the world, particularly in Hinduism. Here are several generally accepted advantages of blowing a conch shell, though precise advantages and beliefs may vary among cultures:

Spiritual significance:

Conch blowing is seen to have a purifying impact on the environment, and it is frequently done to signal the start of religious events, rituals, or auspicious occasions. The sound is revered and is thought to provide a good vibration that aids in calling forth celestial favors.

Symbol of victory:

Conch shells are a representation of Lord Vishnu in Hindu mythology, who is seen as the universe’s protector and preserver. Because the conch shell was historically employed as a war horn in antiquity, it is thought that blowing a Conch or Shankh represents victory. When calling out the presence of gods or during religious processions, it is frequently utilized.

Consciousness Awakening:

It is thought that blowing the conch shell has a significant effect on both the mind and body. It is claimed to clear the mind, reawaken dormant energies, and cultivate a state of awareness and mindfulness. Conch blowing is thought to aid in mental concentration and foster a sacred environment favorable to spiritual practices.

Positive vibrations:

The sound of the conch shell is thought to have a calming and soothing effect on the surroundings. It is believed to dispel negative energies and promote positive vibrations, creating a harmonious and peaceful environment. Blowing the conch shell is often done to cleanse the atmosphere and create a sense of purity.

Respiratory benefits:

Blowing a conch shell requires deep breaths and specific breathing techniques. This process can help in improving lung capacity, enhancing respiratory health, and promoting a sense of well-being. It is believed to be beneficial for the respiratory system and can be considered a form of breathing exercise.

It’s important to note that these benefits are based on cultural and religious beliefs, and their effectiveness can vary from person to person. Blowing a conch shell is primarily a cultural and spiritual practice, and the significance and benefits attributed to it are subjective and based on personal beliefs.