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8" Lord Vishnu with Goddess Lakshmi Designer Conch in Brass

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In Hindu tradition, the depiction of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi, residing in the celestial abode of Vaikuntha, holds profound significance. This exquisite brass conch features Lord Vishnu, the Preserver of the Universe, cradling Goddess Lakshmi, the epitome of wealth and prosperity, in his loving arms. Together, they embody the perfect union of power and grace, symbolising the harmony that sustains the cosmos. The presence of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi in your sacred space radiates an aura of prosperity, love, and serenity. It serves as a reminder that love and abundance are not separate, but intricately interwoven threads in the fabric of existence.

Natural Brass
Natural Brass
Amazing Gold
Amazing Gold
Antique Green Gold
Antique Green Gold
Double Chola
Double Chola
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Item Code: ZEO678
Specifications:
Brass
Height: 3.50 inch
Width: 3.50 inch
Depth: 8.00 inch
Weight: 1.50 kg
Handmade
Handmade
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Fully insured
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Shipped to 153 countries
Shipped to 153 countries
More than 1M+ customers worldwide
More than 1M+ customers worldwide

An innovative and rare piece of craftsmanship, this brass conch shell with lord Vishnu and goddess Lakshmi is perfect for worshipping the lord or placing it in your home following rituals and rules. Shankha or the conch shell is one of the four major attributes of Lord Vishnu. It represents the Pranavakshara or Om sound which is believed to be the origin of the universe. It also symbolizes purity and is a highly auspicious article that Vaastu experts advise people to have in their homes. Keeping a conch in your home in the north, northeast, and east directions transforms your home into a sacred space.

This brass designer conch is made based on the myth which says that Vishnu along with certain other divinities resides in the body of the shankha. Regularly sprinkling Gangajal on this conch will be as rewarding as performing the abhishekam (ritual bathing) on a Vishnu icon. 



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