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The Conch (Shankha)

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.
Conch,  Shell,  Conch,  Shankha,  
Picture No.: 763002
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