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The Conch (Shankha)

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The Conch (Shankha)
The Conch Shell
The conch shell finds an important spot in Indian culture as an insignia of Lord Vishnu, and as tool in warfare, and in worship.
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Conch,  Shell,  Conch,  Shankha,  
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