MALA is a set of beads used while prayers, chanting mantras or names of deity during japa. We offer different types of rosaries or malas made of tulsi beads, pearls, corals, rudraksha etc. Rosary is a string made of different number of beads. Usually it is made up of 54 to 108.To obtain maximum benefits of product you're purchasing, it is imperative to know the end to end procedure and the vidhi vidhaan to be followed. We welcome you to join our portal and get personalized services from experts.
Sthapna of Dakshinavarti Shankha :
1. Choose any Thursday. 2. Take a right-handed Conch (Dakshinavarti Shankha). 3. Put the conch in a plate. 4. Wash the conch in Panchamrit (with unboiled milk, tulsi leaves ,honey, curd and ghee). 5. Keep the conch on a red cloth. 6. Offer sandal paste mixed with saffron, camphor, flowers, rice, scented incense sticks and oil lamp. 7 . Count the beads of a rosary while reciting the mantra "Om Hreem Shreem Kleem Shreedhar Karasthaya Payonidhi Jataya Shree Dakshinavarti Shankhaya, Hreem Shreem Kleem Shree Karaaya Poojyaaya Namah". 8 . Feed and lend some money (Dakshina) to a Brahmin. 9. Worship the conch , like an idol of a divinity. Worship them respecting them like Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Vishnu, with utmost veneration.
** The conch must be hole-free and its mouth should never be opened to blow it. It should be allowed to close as it is. ** The shell's open portion must be on top. Its back should be on the seat. ** The top portion should be facing the worshipper and the rear portion the wall.
Mantra for Dakshinavarti Shankh :
" Om Mahadevyai Cha Vidmahe Vishnupatnyaicha Dhmahi Tanno Lakshm Prachodayaat ! Om Panchajanyaya Vidmahe Padma Garbhaya Dhimahi Tanno Shankha Prachodayaat !! "