Sudarshan Shankh


Sudarshan Shankh is one of the most effective tools for protection against all kinds of harms including enemies, evil eye and adversaries. This Shankh manifests the "Sudarshan Chakra" of Lord Vishnu who is the Protector of entire universe and Sudarshan Chakra is the Lord's prime weapon to repeal and punish evil. It is said that Sudarshan Chakra has emerged from pure flames of the Sun and hence a Sudarshan Shankh represents a revolving wheel of sacred flame that keeps all negativity, illness, misfortune, miseries at bay. The follower must envision himself/herself in the center of this sacred circle of Sun fire while worshipping this Shankh so that he / she is secured and safeguarded from all kinds of harm.

The word Sudarshan Chakra is derived from two words, ‘su’ and ‘darshan ‘. It means the vision (Darshan) which is auspicious (Su). The word chakra is derived from ‘chruhu’, which means movement and ‘kruhu’, which means to do. Thus, chakra means something which is mobile. Of all divine weapons, this is the only one which is constantly in motion. The chakra, as an expression of infinity and ultimate truth, is intimately connected with the spiritual and cultural life of India from time immemorial. This is the symbol that has found an important place in the mythologies of many nations. In our ancient religious literature, particularly Vedic, Tantric, Buddhist and to some extent, Yogic - the wheel constitutes a mystic symbol of esoteric and secret doctrines. As the sun, time and life move without stopping, they are allegorically termed ‘wheels’ by the ancient people.


A seashell or sea shell, also known simply as a shell, is a naturally occurring, hard, protective outer layer created by an animal that lives in the sea. If you've ever walked on a beach, you've seen seashells, and maybe even collected some to take home. Most shells that are found on beaches are usually made of calcium carbonate. Most seashells come from molluscs, a large group of marine animals including clams, mussels, and oysters, which exude shells as a protective covering.  These shells, because of their bright colours, rich variety of shapes and designs, and abundance along seashores, have long been used for ornaments, tools, and coins. Seashells are commonly found in beach drift, which are natural deposits found along strandlines on beaches by the waves and the tides.

Seashells have been used as a medium of exchange and currency in various places, including many Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean islands, also in North America, Africa and the Caribbean. Seashells have often been used as tools, because of their strength and the variety of their shapes. Seashells have been used as musical instruments, wind instruments for many hundreds if not thousands of years. Whole seashells or parts of sea shells have been used as jewellery or in other forms of adornment since prehistoric times. Shells historically have been and still are made into, or incorporated into, necklaces, pendants, buttons, beads, earrings, brooches, rings, belt buckles and other uses. Small pieces of coloured and iridescent shell have been used to create mosaics and inlays, which have been used to decorate walls, furniture and boxes. Large numbers of whole seashells, arranged to form patterns, have been used to decorate mirror frames and furniture.

Product Name: Product Name
Product Code: KSSM/001/016/001/001/S KSSM/001/016/001/002/M KSSM/001/016/001/003/L
Product Type: Pooja & Decorative Seashell
Product Size (Approx. Diameter): S – 0.75” , M – 1” , L – 1.5”
Colour: Light Brown with Dark Brown and White Spiral Pattern
Product Packing (Pieces): 1 pair (2pcs)