Darba Grass or Kusha Grass is scientifically known as Desmostachya bipinnata, commonly known in English by the names Halfa grass, Big Cordgrss, and Salt read-geass, is an Old World Perennial Grass. Kusha grass is a special type of grass which is used in Hindu rituals Pooja and Worship.Darbha (Desmostachya bipinnata) has been viewed as a consecrated grass and has been utilized in strict customs since Vedic occasions. Darbha is likewise called Kusha and it is viewed as maybe the second most sacrosanct spice in the Vedas after Soma. Darbha has extremely one of a kind profound properties and is utilized in every single strict custom in the Hindu convention. Darbha assists with shielding from poisonous radiation and negative energies of various kinds. It enthusiastically shields the region around it from curses, phantoms, evil presences and the negative energies made by negative musings. It all the while attempts to convey and enhance profound energies and assists with interfacing with the higher otherworldly domains. Darbha isn’t just valuable in strict ceremonies, yet in addition around the home, where it tends to be utilized to assist shield with peopling from the radiation from electrical apparatuses. Darbha likewise has recuperating properties and is utilized in Ayurvedic medication. For the entirety of its significance in the strict ceremonies of India, Darbha remains for all intents and purposes obscure in the West and to a great extent inaccessible. South-Indian ministers use Darbha much of the time for puja and different customs. Since it isn’t broadly accessible in the business sectors, asking a minister might be the most ideal approach to secure this holy and helpful grass.