Conch Shell (Shankha) symbol

Symbol Conch Shell (Shankha)
Religion Hinduism
Origin Associated with Hindu deities, particularly Lord Vishnu.
Meaning Colored or ash marks on the forehead, varying in shape and size the cosmic sound and the sacredness of the divine
Colors Various, often red, sandalwood, or ash
Usage Worn by Hindus as a religious and cultural identifier.
History Deeply ingrained in Hindu customs and rituals.
Popularity Widespread among Hindus as a religious mark.
Importance Symbolizes spiritual commitment and affiliation.
Complexity Simple but culturally significant.
Emotions Elicits feelings of religious devotion and cultural identity.

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