The Significance of the Gomti Magic Eye Chakra
Blessed by Krishna, Lord of the Universe, and the Goddess of Fortune, Lakshmi Devi, Gomti Chakras are considered sacred by Hindus and Buddhists and are used as a natural lucky talisman that can bestow wearers with good health, success and wealth.
The Gomti Chakras is often placed in the foundation of buildings to bless the residents with long life or hung in front of homes for peace and prosperity. They are especially known to protect children from harm.
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What is the Gomti Chakra?
The Gomti Chakra is a natural shell-stone operculum
of a rare sea snail of the Turbinidae family found in
the depth of the Gomti River. The sacred spiral
pattern is an ancient symbol of life and evolution
dating back eons and has been used in Asia as
well as in ancient Greece. It underlines that
natural growth follows a spiral pattern such as Save
in trees, galaxies, cells, DNA, etc.
The Gomti River meets the
sea at Dwarka, Western India
“Gomti” refers to the sacred river in Dwarka, India, where this natural talisman is found, and the Sanskrit word “Chakra” means a wheel or discus, representing the Discus of Lord Krishna.