Diwali Festival Lamps        
 
& Shell Horns


* Lifetime lamps are refillable forever*
 Worlds only Lifetime shell lamps using natural shell chambers to store oil  
For all of the thousands of years that man has marveled at the beauty of sea shells no one has ever mastered the art of closing off the upper chamber to make a natural oil reservoir

  Mother Nature and I are both proud of these natural never seen unique new gifts
Shell chambers resist predators of all sorts in one of the worlds harshest environments. Our unique process permanently closes and seals the upper chamber forever
These lamps can be easily refilled again and again by removing the wick stem like a cork

 All oil is contained inside the shell body. The open mouth remains dry and clean.
With a lifetime fiberglass wick they are truly lifetime lamps !

  Mother Nature and I are both proud of these unique natural never seen new tropical gifts 
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  Diwali Festival Oil Lamps  ~ 

Quiet elegance standing on end or lying down
These close cousins to the Pyrums of southern India are all sinistral shells
These lovely Whelk shells were made by the same mother of nature as the sacred  Lakshmi Pyrums
 $63.00   10 to 12" Ea  Purchase this item        
   Quiet elegance standing on end or lying down
 

~ Dakshinavarti Shankh ~
A Perfect lovely devotional Hindu lamp
A warm Vastu Shastra Symbol of Order and Peace   
Or just for your home as an inspiring illumination or  Diwali Festival lamps    
In almost every Indian home an oil lamp is lit every day as part of their devotional ceremony
 In some houses it is lit at dawn, in some, twice a day and in a few it is maintained continuously (akhanda deepa)
 All auspicious functions commence with the lighting of the lamp, which is often maintained right through the occasion
  Now Legendary Shells has created an oil lamp from a traditional
Dakshinavarti Shankh conch shell.

These sacred shells bring  Vastu Shastra and Devi Lakshmi into the home

Dakshinavarti Shankh Oil Lamps

~ A Vastu Shastra Symbol of Order and Peace ~
Rare sacred shells as Diwali Festival Hindu Lamps said to attract Devi Lakshmi
Rare Left Handed Salt Water Conch

Sinistral            Dextral

  Dakshinavarti Shankh or the conch that can be held upright in the left hand are Sacred
 Shells as described in the Mahabharata.  Now these close relatives to the Indian Pyrum are now made as devotional Hindu lamps

To simplify the two types of shells science calls the rare type or left handed a sinistral and the common
shell a dextral. These are the same names given to cyclonic clockwise and counterclockwise  hurricanes and typhoons north and south of the equator. 
 And the names for the cyclonic motion by which water turns down the drain in opposite directions in the southern and northern hemisphere.

This divine article is used extensively in the Sadhanas to attract Devi Lakshmi the Goddess of Wealth and prosperity
 And in the
yantra of Vastu Shastra

They are also depicted in many paintings with  

Vishnu, Krishna and Shiva


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   New Small Left Shankh Shells Pendants    
Very Special gifts not seen ever before
Fashioned With an adjustable simple woven cloth necklace 17" to 25"

Pendant Shell 2 to 3" $28.00 Ea  Add To Cart

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~ Shell Horns ~

 It is famous that Maha Vishnu has four hands and they carry the Conch, the Discus, the Mace, and the Lotus
 The ‘Conch’ calls man to the righteous path that directly leads to Peace and Perfection

 Listening to the call of the ‘Conch’ tunes one to the wheel-of-time       

                      
 Horn of Siddhartha          Conch Seashell Horns                 Hawaiian Triton Horns
To hold a conch is to hold the history of the sea and some of it's most ancient sounds
To Conch Someone is to Honor them by blowing the Conch in their Tribute or Remembrance

The first thing you must have to make great Seashell horns trophy gifts are great shells
No one has conch shells like we do in all of America


Shell Horns are revered by the Hindus & Buddhists of India and Japan 

                         

   Devotional Tritons Trumpets 
 

   Shell horns have survived as the original horn trumpet since time immemorial.
Ancient Indian epics describe how each hero of mythical warfare carried a mighty conch shell whose triumphant blast brought terror to the enemy.
As a proclaiming battle horn, the conch is akin to the bugle. It is an emblem of power, authority and sovereignty whose blast is believed to banish evil spirits,
 avert natural disasters, and scare away poisonous creatures


Read more about Conch Shells in Religious history >>>>>>

See the Hawaiian Pacific Pu Shells Story >>

See the Seafaring Sailing History of these Amazing Shell Horns


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