In Sanskrit Malaya means fragrant, sandal-wood or rich in sandalwood trees.
According to Mahabharata Malaya is a mountain in South India, personified by a deity in Kubera's assembly and considered one of the 7 chief mountains of India. And a mountain range on the west coast abounding in sandalwood or a mountain just above Kailasa.
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