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Vaijanti Mala

Vaijanti Mala / Rosary also known as Vaijayanti Mala, Bijanti Mala or Vyjayanthi Mala in different parts of the India or the world. Vaijayanthi, means ‘triumphant victory’. As per vedic scriptures Vaijayanti mala used for worshipping lord Krishna and Lord Vishnu by offering garland. Moreover also called as the “Mala of Victory”. Vaijayanti mala finds mention in Vishnu sahasranama, a stotra dedicated to Vishnu in the Mahabharata, as Vanamali (forest flowers)

Original Vaijayanti beads comes from a tall grass, this seeds from this tall grass are in long oval shape beads. Beads are having natural white grey polished finish on surface, also having a natural hole in the center of bead. This vaijanti plant found in Braj area around Mathura district in state Uttar Pradesh.

As per ancient hindu scripture Vaijayanti Mala Krishna was very dear to this garland made of vaijanti beads. It is made of seeds of Vaijayanti. It is used in Pooja, Yajna, Havan, tantra and Satvik medium. Its is also said that the beads of vaijanti were woven in a beautiful garland by Sri Lord Krishna for Radha and by Lord Shri Ram for consort Sita. All human being men and women can wear vyjayanthi mall. This mala has immense significance for Vaishnava devotees and Lakshmi devotees.

It is also believed that this mala also worn by Lord Shri Krishna, this auspicious mala can also be used for Shanti Karmas.

Benefits of Vaijayanti Mala

  1. Original Vaijanti mala has high significance in astrology, this mala influences the planets, houses and constellation in horoscope especially reduces negative influence of malefic Saturn planet.

  2. It is used to attain spiritual powers. Meditating or chanting mantras over the Vaijayanti mala makes your mind calm and takes you on the path of spirituality.

  3. Wearing this mala increases strength of mind and body, boost confidence.

  4. Increases focus of mind, mental peace attained through which one acts by keeping mind in his work area.

  5. Vaijayanti japa mala balance all kind of malefic doshas in horoscope (kundli)

  6. Promotes harmony and brings faith in your life.

  7. The men and women wearing Vaijayanti Mala  can’t be harmed by any magic or tantra attack not affects by negative energies.

  8. It is also believed person carrying or wearing Vyjayanthi mala never loses anything in life.

  9. Elevates individuals spiritually, bring peace of mind, helps in awakening kundalini power.

  10. Regular chanting mantra with this mala brings prosperity in life, success, fame, money, positivity etc.

  11. Highly auspicious for reciting mantra chanting, siddhi’s, japa, vashikaran, defeating enemies, success in exams and games

  12. Remove hindrances in marriage of boy and girls, regular chanting of mantra ‘Om Namah Bhagawati Vasudev’ with vaijayanti mala worshipping banana tree helps in early marriage.

  13. The spiritual energy of Vaijayanti Mala aids in deepening meditation practice, allowing for greater focus, clarity, and spiritual insights.

  14. By wearing Vaijayanti Mala, individuals can accelerate their spiritual progress and experience a deeper connection with their higher self and the divine.

  15. Vaijayanti Mala fosters a sense of devotion and love towards the lord krishna, nurturing a profound spiritual relationship and devotion to deity or spiritual path.

Vaijayanti Mala and Its Association with Lord Krishna

Vaijayanti Mala holds a special significance in relation to Lord Krishna, one of the most revered deities in Hinduism. Lord Krishna adorned Vaijayanti Mala during his divine plays and Leelas. The garland serves as a symbol of devotion and love for Lord Krishna. Wearing Vaijayanti Mala invoke the blessings of Lord Krishna and deepen the connection with his divine energy.

Vaijanti Mala for Laddu Gopal Ji

Laddu Gopal Ji is name of Lord Krishna as an infant, lord is often adorned with Vaijayanti Mala as a symbol of devotion and love. Devotees offer the garland to Laddu Gopal during prayers and rituals as a gesture of reverence. It is believed that by adorning Laddu Gopal with Vaijayanti Mala, devotees can seek divine blessings, protection, and a deeper connection with Lord Krishna.

How to Wear Vaijayanti Mala

Wearing Vaijayanti Mala requires a certain level of reverence and adherence to tradition. To begin, find a quiet and clean space where you can sit comfortably. Hold the garland in your hands and recite a prayer or mantra that resonates with you. Then, gently drape the garland around your neck, allowing it to rest comfortably on your chest. It is recommended to wear Vaijayanti Mala during meditation, spiritual rituals, or when seeking divine guidance.

Who Can Wear Vaijayanti Mala

Vaijayanti Mala is not limited to any specific gender, age group, or religious affiliation. Anyone who seeks spiritual growth, inner peace, and a deeper connection with the divine can wear this sacred garland. It is believed that wearing Vaijayanti Mala enhances one's spiritual journey and aids in overcoming obstacles and challenges. Whether you are a seasoned practitioner or new to spirituality, Vaijayanti Mala can be a powerful tool in your spiritual arsenal.

Uses of Vaijanti Mala

Vaijanti Mala is not only a symbol of spirituality but also possesses certain spiritual and healing properties. The unique energy emitted by the Vaijanti beads is said to stimulate the Ajna (Third Eye) chakra, promoting intuition and inner vision. The beads have a calming effect on the mind, reducing stress, anxiety, and restlessness. Meditating with Vaijayanti Mala can facilitate a deeper spiritual experience and aid in aligning the mind, body, and soul.

Rules to Wear Vaijanti Mala

While there are no strict rules associated with wearing Vaijayanti Mala, it is important to approach it with reverence and respect. Some common observances include keeping the garland clean and free from dust, avoiding contact with water, and storing it in a sacred space when not in use. Additionally, it is recommended to chant mantras, prayers, or affirmations while wearing Vaijayanti Mala to enhance its spiritual potency.

The Significance of the Vaijanti Flower and Seeds Mala

The Vaijanti flower, also known as the coral bead plant (Bryophyllum pinnatum), holds great importance in the context of Vaijayanti Mala. The flowers are often associated with Lord Krishna and are considered sacred in Hindu mythology. When doing the Lord Vishnu Puja or homam or when worshipping Lord Krishna, the garland fashioned from the seeds of Vaijayanti flowers is seen to be heavenly and holds immense significance. These ethereal seeds are utilised to create the deity garlands that are presented to Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna, the two most important Hindu deities.

The 108+1 bead garland constructed from Vaijayanti seeds is often used for chanting mantras. Chanting "Om Namoh Bhagavate," the Vishnu mantra every day, Vasudevaya is said to invoke Maa Shakti, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Krishna since it is thought that the Vaijayanti mala possesses feminine qualities that, when combined with the blessings of Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna, bring success and triumph in every walk of life and the worshipper.

Vaijanti Mala in Indian Mythology

In Indian mythology, Vaijayanti Mala holds a significant place and is associated with various legends and deities. 

Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna: Vaijayanti Mala is closely linked to Lord Vishnu and his incarnations, particularly Lord Krishna. In Hindu mythology, Lord Krishna is often depicted wearing Vaijayanti Mala during his divine Leelas (playful activities). This vaijayanti chain represents Lord Krishna's omnipotence and his triumph over evil forces.

Mahabharata: In the epic Mahabharata, Lord Shiva gave the great warrior Arjuna the heavenly weapon, the potent Gandiva bow. Along with the bow, he was also presented with Vaijayanti Mala as a symbol of Lord Shiva's blessings and protection.

Devi Durga: Vaijayanti Mala is associated with Devi Durga, the divine goddess of power and strength. Devotees of Devi Durga often offer Vaijayanti Mala to seek her blessings and invoke her protective energy.

Lord Shiva: Vaijayanti Mala is sometimes considered an offering to Lord Shiva, the supreme deity of the Shaivism tradition. Devotees wear the garland to express their devotion and seek his divine blessings for spiritual growth and protection.

Spiritual Practices: Vaijayanti Mala is widely used in various spiritual practices, including meditation, mantra chanting, and devotional rituals. The beads of the garland are believed to carry spiritual vibrations that help purify the mind, deepen spiritual experiences, and connect with higher realms of consciousness.

Purification (Shuddhi) of Vaijanti Mala

  1. On first Friday of the full moon fortnight

  2. Chant ‘Om Namah Bhagawati Vasudev’ at least 108 times of the mantra,

  3. Donate in temple.

  4. Give a sweets the poor,


After following above steps Vaijanti Mala should be worn.

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