Kusha plant was mentioned in the Rig Veda for use in sacred ceremonies and also as a seat for priests and the gods.
It is also specifically recommended by Lord Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita as part of the ideal seat for meditation.
It is also called #darbha.
Maha-bharata (Adi Parva, Astika Parva) says:
The Kusha grass, from the contact of the Amrita, became sacred from that day. Thus did the illustrious Garuda bring the Amrita and bring it for the snakes, and thus were then- tongues divided by what he did.
The the complete story on the Maha-bharata
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