Shank is a conch shell which is of custom and religious significance in both Hinduism and Buddhism. The shank is the shell of types of substantial ruthless ocean snail, Turbinella pyrum, which lives in the Indian Ocean. In Hinduism, the shank is a sacrosanct token of the Hindu preserver god Vishnu. It is still utilized as a trumpet as a part of Hindu custom and in the past was utilized as a war trumpet.
The shank is applauded in Hindu sacred texts as a provider of acclaim, life span and success, the chemical of sin and the homestead Lakshmi, who is the goddess of riches and partner of Vishnu. The shank is shown in Hindu craftsmanship in relationship with Vishnu. As an image of water, it is connected with female fruitfulness and serpents. We here at Rudra Centre present substantial mixture of Shanks to devote and believers.