- Vaijayanti is one such divine herb whose flowers, seeds and garlands are offered to various deities in Hinduism.
- The word Vaijayanti is also spelled as Vyjayanti which is a theological flower which has its association with the banana and ginger plants. The Vaijayanti grass bears colourful flowers comprising of orange, yellow, red or combination of colours.
- This divine mala finds its mention in the Holy ancient legend of Mahabharata as vanamali, another name for Lord Vishnu. The word Vanamali is a Sanskrit word where Vana means forest and mali means wearing a garland.
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