Yajna is the foremost ritual in Hindu culture. As per Bhagwad Gita, Yajna should be performed for Lord Vishnu. It is believed that Lord Vishnu has one thousand names - one of that is "Yajna". It should be conducted according to the Vedic Scriptures, Upanishads and other literature. Yajna is performed to please Lord Vishnu. Yajna is basically an offering to Lord Vishnu through the God of the fire. There are certain Samagri which is sacrificed in the Kund of the fire. It is believed that offering made through the fire reaches to God straight and quickly. Yajnas must be performed by the knowledgeable and skilled Pandits only. There are approximately 300-400 types of Yajnas. There are 12 different types of Yajnas mentioned in Bhagwad Gita. In day to day activities unintentionally people become the reason for the death of many creatures. Hence, to come over these sins, there are 5 Yajnas which are performed. Deva Yajna, Pitru Yajna, Bhoota Yajna, Manav Yajna and Brahma Yajna. There are certain rules which need to be followed by the Pandits who are performing the sacred Yajna which include fasting and living as per the Vedic principles. In Hindu religion, every God has its own importance. Devotees perform different Yajnas for different Gods or Goddesses. The Vishnu Yajna brings harmony and happiness, Laxmi Yajna is for wealth and prosperity, Ganapati Yajna is usually performed to remove obstacles and achieve success. Decide the date and time and book Puja package and Pandit for Yajna in Bangalore by just giving a call to ShowMyHall.