Do You Hear the Sea: Stained Nepali Conch Shell Beads, 18x14mm, 10 loose beadsWoman Shops World
You can feel the positive energy radiating from these incredible beads. Conch shells are believed to be auspicious in both Buddhist and Hindu cultures. In Hindu Mythology, Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth, was believed to have used a White Conch Shell as her abode.
The white Conch comes from the Indian Ocean. In its full form, the Conch shell is used during times of prayer, and as a votive to keep away dangers of the sea. Due to its interior spiraling feminine form, it also represents female fertility. It is often used in traditional Indian and Nepali jewelry.
The center of White Conch shells have been carved into rondelle beads measuring approximately 18x14mm.
This listing is for 10 loose beads.
The holes of these beads measure approximately 3mm.
These beads have been lightly stained to give them an antique feel.
Why not make your own spiritual jewelry or mala with these powerful beads.
These would be beautiful hanging on a wall, in a shrine, or in a centerpiece.
For more information on the importance of the Shankha (Conch Shell) to Buddhist and Hindu faith, please visit:
**As many of my products come from Nepal, a portion of my proceeds will be donated to the Unicef and Americares Nepali relief efforts. **
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