Found in the Gomati River, the Gomati chakra stones are popular remedies for many problems people face in their day to day lives. Gomati Chakra is a white coloured stone with small circles seen on one side of the stone and the chakras are considered to be a symbol of goddess Lakshmi. Gomati Chakra resembles the Sudarshan Chakra or Discus of Lord Krishna. According to many Vaishnavas and oral tradition in Northern India, the Gomati Shilas were once part of Lord Krishna’s palaces in Dwaraka. They were used to adorn the walls and floor of many of Sri Krishna’s palaces. The Gomati chakra stone can be used in innumerable ways to fix problems in one's life. It is used as a Yantra and also is used in worships. It is believed that those people who possess Gomati Chakra will be blessed with money, good health and prosperity. Gomati Chakra Shilas are used along with Shaligrams in some special worship.The “Salagrama-Kosha” quotes that when Shaligram and Gomati Chakra are placed together and worshipped, the mass of sin will be burned down. Gomati Chakra Shilas are also used as protective amulet for children. Gomati shilas brings in wealth and good health.
Gomti Chakra, literally 'A war-quoit of Gomti', is the operculum of a kind of rare sea snail in the family Turbinidae. One place these opercula are found is in the Gomti River, Dwarka, hence the name. The word Chakra is from the Sanskrit, meaning "wheel".