Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: yajnah

  yajnah—sacrifice    Bg 9.16, Bg 17.7, Bg 17.11, Bg 18.5, SB 3.24.24, SB 8.16.61, SB 8.19.36, SB 9.5.5
  yajnah—sacrifices    Bg 3.10, Bg 4.32, Bg 17.23, SB 3.7.41
  yajnah—Lord Visnu    SB 2.6.43-45, SB 2.10.25
  yajnah—the sacrifice    SB 4.6.53, SB 4.7.33
  yajnah—performance of yajna    Bg 3.14
  yajnah—the Lord's incarnation as Yajna    SB 1.3.12
  yajnah—sacrifices    SB 2.6.5
  yajnah—Visnu    SB 3.13.22
  yajnah—the incarnation of Lord Visnu    SB 4.1.8
  yajnah—Indra    SB 4.6.7
  yajnah—a name of Indra    SB 4.19.30
  yajnah—Yajna    SB 6.8.18
  yajnah—personified yajna (Lord Visnu, who is known as the yajna-purusa)    SB 7.2.11
  yajnah—of the name Yajnapati or Yajnamurti    SB 8.1.6
  yajnah—Lord Visnu, known as Yajna    SB 8.1.18
  yajnah—performance of sacrifice    SB 9.2.27
  yajnah—worshiping    SB 9.6.35-36
  yajnah—Lord Yajna    SB 10.6.22-23
  yajnah—performing sacrifices    SB 10.4.39
  amantra-yajnah—performance of sacrifices simply by offering obeisances (without mantras)    SB 7.11.24
  dravya-yajnah—sacrificing one's possessions    Bg 4.28
  japa-yajnah—chanting    Bg 10.25
  jnana-yajnah—sacrifice in knowledge    Bg 4.33
  jnana-yajnah—sacrifice in advancement of transcendental knowledge    Bg 4.28
  panca-yajnah—the five kinds of sacrifice    SB 5.26.18
  sarva-yajnah—personified sacrifice    SB 6.19.12
  tapo-yajnah—sacrifice in austerities    Bg 4.28
  yajnah ca—and performance of sacrifice    Bg 16.1-3
  yoga-yajnah—sacrifice in eightfold mysticism    Bg 4.28

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