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Sang [śaṅkh](ii)locked


Conch horn of Laos and Thailand, rarely seen nowadays. Its only known use is possibly once a year, played by a Brahmin priest during the royal ploughing ceremony, held in private with the king officiating. See Śaṅkh .

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