Ancient word of Sanskrit origin Vanamali (Sanskrit वनमाली) is another name of Lord Vishnu. Vanamali refers to someone who is wearing a garland.
In the Sanskrit language, Van means 'forest' and Mali means 'wearing a garland'. Thereby, Vanamali can be loosely translated as 'the garland of forest flowers'.
Vanamali founds reference in the Sahashranama where Vanamali is 561st name of Lord Vishnu as he wears the vanamala or a floral wreath called Vaijayanti, symbolizing the five elements of the nature of the subtle.
Vanamali is also referenced in the writings of Sri Sartkara in which Vanamali refers to someone who is wearing a garland of forest trees.
According to the chart shown Vanamali is a bit popular name in India. Vanamali is adopted by nearly 26 people in India as per social media records. Vanamali is not adopted by any people of the USA as the name of their babies.
Vanamali is a long (name with 4 syllables) but easy to pronounce name and also a unique name. Vanamali has a great sort of mythological significance attached to it.
Mali मली Vanam वनम
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