It is well known by everyone that Shankh makes the atmosphere holy and pure. It also makes the surrounding conducive for the spiritual practice (sadhana) of the individual and provide mental peace.
There have been many speculations about the origination of Shankh but it is widely known that Shankh was originated during the Churning of ocean (Samudramanthan) by the Deities and Shri Vishnu held it in the form of weapon.
It is believed that it kills various kinds of microscopic organisms that are otherwise harmful to humans and other living things. It is mentioned in the Varaha Purana that the gates of the temple should not be opened without blowing a conch.
The sound pleases goddess Lakshmi.As per the vedic science, blowing shankha during puja has benefits on our lungs. This is because for blowing a shankha pure air which is rich in oxygen, reaches the lungs and impure air i.e., the air rich in carbon dioxide comes out. This makes the lungs strong and increases its capacity to hold air. Blowing shankha also cures diseases of intestines.
During puja or any religious ritual, the shankh is kept in a specific manner. The pointed portion is directed toward the deity which shows auspiciousness and respect.
These things can make your children worthy, Parents should pay special attention to them