A Original Bajane wala Shankh (4 to 4.5 inches) is a conch shell of ritual and religious importance in Hinduism and Buddhism. It is the shell of a large predatory sea snail, Turbinella pyrum, found in the Indian Ocean. This Shankha is original for Blowing in puja and aarti.
Benefits of Blowing Shankh
- Conch blowing can provide a great exercise for, urinary tract, bladder, lower abdomen, diaphragm, chest and neck muscles.
- You exercise the rectal muscles in the process of blowing a shankh thus strengthening the rectal muscles and preventing many problems which occur due to the gradual weakening of the rectal muscles.
- As it also puts pressure on the prostate area, it improves the prostate health and helps prevent prostate enlargement.
- When you blow the conch, your lung muscles are expanded, improving their aerial capacity. Also, perform these yoga asanas for healthy lungs.
- Conch blowing also exercises your thyroid glands and vocal cords and helps in correcting any speech problems.
- Your face muscles are stretched when you blow a conch, so you’re automatically doing away with fine lines by blowing the conch every day. These 8 Indian traditions are also beneficial for your health.
Dimensions: 5 inches x 2.75 inches (W) (10 x 7 cm) approx
Weight: 400 grams approx