Gomti Chakra is a rare natural and spiritual product, a form of shell stone. Gomti Chakra is found in gomti River in Dwarka, a part of Gujarat in India. Gomti Chakra is also known as Sudarshan Chakra as it resembles the divine weapon of Lord Krishna - the Sudarshan Chakra.
It is believed to bring luck and is used specially in spiritual and tantrik rituals. One side of the Gomati Chakra is elevated like a shell while the other side is flat with circular design like whirl which looks like a snake. This is the reason why it is also know as "Naag-Chakra" i.e. snake chakra. According to Vedic Astrology, it is beneficial in cases of people who have 'Naag dosh' or 'Sarpa Dosha' in their horoscope.
Gomti Chakra appeases Goddess Lakshmi. Gomti Chakras are wrapped in red cloth and kept in lockers or cash box to ensure the blessings of Goddess Lakshmi - the goddess of Wealth. Gomati Chakra resembles the Sudarshan Chakra or Discus of Lord Krishna. It is used as a Yantra and also is used in worships.
It is believed that those people who possess Gomti Chakra will be blessed with money, good health and prosperity. It is also believed to protect children. Some people bury Gomti Chakra in the foundation of buildings as it is believed to bless the residents with long life and prosperity.
Some people hang it in front of the house, shops and buildings for peace and prosperity. In some regions, eleven Gomti Chakras are wrapped in a red cloth and placed in rice or wheat containers.
This is for food security. In some region, Gomti Chakra is worshipped on the Diwali day along with Goddess Lakshmi. Gomti Chakra is available in pure form and also embedded along with jewelry. Some people wear it like a pendant.