Sanskrit name Yajna means sacrifice, worship, devotion, act of worship or devotion derived from the practice in Vedic times.
Yajna is another name of Lord Ganesha known as 'Embodiment Of Sacrificial Fire'. - He who is fond of sacrificial rites, embodies the sacrificial fires.
Also Yajna is another name of Lord Shiva Know as
• Sacrifice - Lord Shiva, the Great Ascetic, dwells wherever there is self-denial.
• Vishnu - Lord Shiva, who manifests in various forms, is also in the form of Vishnu.
• The Union - He is the Union between the Jiva and Ishwara.
According to Vishmi-Sahasranama Yajna is 445th and 971st name of Lord Vishnu Known as 'Sacrifice' because He has the form of all sacrifices and all the Vedic sacrifices are His powers and thus he gives joy and satisfaction to all gods in the form of yajna.
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