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Difference between Dakshinawarti and Vamawarti Shankh

Dakshinawarti Shankh which is called Right handed Cronch in English, is also known as Lakshmi Shankh. This is not blowing Shankh. Its mouth are permanently closed. It is used for Pooja purpose only. It is available in tiny size only. Its size is around 4 inches only. These are found in deep sea of Indian sub-continent only.

Now a days, so called Dakshinawarti Shankh is on higher sale. This shankh is also on huge sale. Although we have listed this product on our website due to heavy demand from customers, we want to bring attention of our clients that this shankh doesn’t give full benefits. It is 100 natural and genuine cronch shell but it is not real Dakshinawarti Shankh. Using this shankh is same as a kid cries for mango and you give a toy resembling mango. Then kid becomes happy. It is used for self satisfaction only.

This shankh comes in various size starting from 1 inch to 12, 15 or even bigger. It is not found in sea of Indian sub-continent. it is imported from African countries.

On the other hand Vamawarti shankh is a blowing shankh. When derived from sea, its mouth is closed naturally but its mouth is cut with machine till spiral whole is reached. Then it becomes a blowing shankh. It comes in various size. Starting from 1 inch to 12, 15 or even bigger.

The Difference

When you bring mouth of Shankh facing your mouth, if its spiral points towards your left hand then it is Dakshinawarti Shankh and if it points towards your right hand then it is Vamawarti Shankh.

Another way to differentiate between these two is following: Bring its tail pointing a clock. If direction of its spiral is anti-clockwise then it is Dakshinawarti Shankh. If direction of its spiral is clockwise then it is Vamawarti Shankh.

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