Shankh Conch shell

Conch shells, also known as sankh, have a major spiritual significance in many civilizations, particularly in Buddhism and Hinduism. According to Hindu mythology, the Shankh is a revered symbol connected to Lord Vishnu, the universe's protector. It is regarded as a symbol of auspiciousness and purity and is frequently portrayed in the hands of deities. Additionally, the Shankh is blown during religious rituals to produce a particular sound that is thought to cleanse the air and ward off evil spirits. Its spiral form is thought to symbolise the progression of the cosmos and the cycle of life and death.

Various types of Sangu available are Dakshinvarti Shankh for Goddess Lakshmi, Blowing Shankh, Ketu Shankh, Ganesha Shankh etc.