Conch

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A body piercing through the free margin of the ear
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Participants play conch shells, blow traditional trumpets and beat drums as an eerie hymn to the sun.
Prasad has narrowed his focus to three instruments of sound that are found in Hindu worship: conch shells, bells and gongs.
They sat on museum shelves for years--skinny flutes made of bone and wood, dangling hoof tinklers conch shells fashioned into trumpets--with little more than short captions to tell their stories.
Musicians playing on "pututu", traditional instruments made out of conch shells, welcomed the first hordes of visitors to pass through the front gates.
Listening, it was as if we held conch shells over our ears.
The package includes a registrar, bouquet for the bride, buttonhole for the groom, an aisle lined with polished conch shells, canaps and champagne to toast the union.
The package includes a registrar, bouquet for the bride, button hole for the groom, an aisle lined with polished conch shells, canaps and champagne to toast the union.
The event will also feature singing bulls, conch shells, flutes and other sound healing instruments.
I expected to see Waitakere - the champions of Oceania - clad, not in traditional football shirts, but in bikini tops made from conch shells.
Her main sculpture "Megareus" located in the lobby reflects the features of a collection of conch shells with their organic spirals having been eroded by the sea, leaving wonderful forms.
They also held blue conch shells and re-enacted the death of Gangotri.