Vaijayanti also spelled as Vyjayanti is a theological flower. The seeds of these flowers are used to make garland which is offered to the prime deities in Hinduism namely Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna. The literal meaning of Vaijayanti mala is "the garland of victory". The word Vaijayanti means to be victorious and the word mala means garland or rosary. 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.
The seed of Vaijayanti mala originates from the forest of Braj. It is believed that Braj forest is a divine Holy place where the God and Goddess make eternal love. According to the ancient legends, the mala made of Vaijayanti flower seeds was gifted to Radha by Lord Krishna. Similarly, Lord Ram (an avatar of Vishnu) made the garland of Vaijayanti flower seeds for Sita Mata. The epic of Mahabharata also mentions that the garland of victory was made of never-wilting lotus flowers. However, in present scenario many people mistake other flowers including the canna lily to be the original Vaijayanti flower. The authentic Vaijayanti plant is difficult to identify as it appears like long grass and thus, one cannot identify or differentiate it with the normal grass until it starts flowering or seeds start growing in it. The Vaijayanti mala that Lord Vishnu adorns is believed to open the doors of Vaikuntha (abode of Lord Vishnu). The Vaijayanthi flower is considered as a living entity and is associated with feminine Supreme powers. It is believed that Shakti resides in the seeds of this flower and with the feminine powers She possesses, She controls the entire humanity. Her name, Vaijayanthi, means “triumphant victory.” The Vaijayanti Mala is a very powerful rosary that balances all the doshas of the person chanting over it. It is believed that the feminine powers along with the blessings of Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna bring victory and success in every walk of life. This powerful mala is also said to bless the devotee by blessing him/her with an attractive and charismatic personality. This mala also serves as a talisman and protects against evil eyes and negative energies. It is also believed that the one who possesses the Vaijayanti mala never loses anything. This pious mala is widely used to do japa and to meditate over Lord Vishnu, Lord Krishna and Lord Rama.
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