Its commonly called a Manjula Pothos (Pothos is not the correct name for Epipremnum. However, it has become a common synonym for it) It is also often incorrectly labeled Epipremnum Aureum, when it is not of the ‘Aureum’ group of Epipremnum. Rather, it is a stand alone Epipremnum variety.
Manjula has large heart shaped leaves with undulating edges. They tend to be bigger and softer than other Epipremnum varieties. Expect different pattern variations on each leaf, with the green displaying solid patches through to predominantly speckled coverage. The leaves may show a combination of shades of silver, white, cream, and light green.
The foliage tends to be denser than its other pothos cousins. Internodes are shorter, making the plant quite compact. Despite that, the plant can grow a meter plus in length. Manjula tends to be easy growing, but a touch more fussy that other Epipremnum varieties. They can be sensitive to changes in conditions, especially temperature. They also tend to be slow growing and do better in brighter indirect light.