songs

Songs about Yajna:

songsPalmcorder Yajna by The Mountain Goats from the Album Palmcorder Yajna

songsPalmcorder Yajna by The Mountain Goats from the Album We Shall All Be Healed

songsAgni Yajna by Octoberfamine from the Album Chaos, Ghosts & Shadows

songsCity Mummery Yajna by Blank Faced Prophet from the Album One Bright Man: A Tribute To Adi Da Samraj

songsNada Yajna by The Giving Tree Band from the Album Unified Folk Theory

songsYajna by Kelle & Juha from the Album 69 Dance Hits 2013 - Best Top Electronic, Goa Psy Trance, Progressive Acid Techno, Hardcore Electro House, Rave Music Anthem

songsYajna by Kelle & Juha from the Album 101 Electronica Hits 2013 - Best of Top Trance, Progressive, Goa, Dubstep, Techno, Trap, House, D & B, Hard Style, Rave Anthems

books

Books about Yajna:

booksYajna A Comprehensive Survey by Sannyasi Gyanshruti & Sannyasi Srividyananda (Dec 1, 2006)

booksSiva Puja and Advanced Yajna by Swami Satyananda Saraswati (Jan 1, 1999)

booksRainmaking with the help of Yajna by Dr. Ravi Prakash Arya (Sep 22, 2014)

booksSacrifice and Cosmos: Yajna and the Eucharist in Dialogue by George Praseed (Feb 28, 2009)

books: Encyclopedic Dictionary of Shrauta Yajna - Set of Two Volumes by . (Pt. Pitambar Datt Shastri) (2005)

booksRudra Mantras from Taittiriya Samhita ; Namaka, Chamaka, Shiva-Sankalpa, Inner Yajna and Suparna : With Text and... by R.L. Kashyap (2010)

books: Yajna Mimamsa by . (Pt. Triveni Sharma Gaud) (2013)

movies

Movies about Yajna:

moviesShelter: Sankirtana Yajna A Live Tour Video - Starring: Shelter

wiki

Wiki information Yajna:

Yajna
Religious Practice

In Hinduism, yajña or yagam, is a ritual of offerings accompanied by chanting of Vedic mantras derived from the practice in Vedic times. Yajna is an ancient ritual of offering and sublimating the havana sámagri in the fire. The sublime meaning of the...

Yajna

Yajna or Yajneshwara is mentioned as an avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu in the Bhagavata Purana. As Yajna, Vishnu is the embodiment of the Hindu sacrifice ritual or Yajna. He was also the Indra of the Svayambhuva Manvantara, era of Svayambhuva Manu.