Brahmarpanam brahma havih brahmagnau brahmana hutam,
This is paralleled by the well-known verse in the Gita (iv, 24) which identifies every factor constituting the sacrificial complex with Brahman. It is thus that the saw sees, because, for him there is no duality.
Rahmaiva tena gantavyam brahma-karma-samadhina.
"Brahman is the sacrificial ladle; Brahman is the oblation into Brahman the fire, it is by Brahman that the oblation is offered; verily, the goal to be reached by him who is absorbed in such Brahman sacrifice is also Brahman."
In the Sahasranama there is a host of which bear on yajna and all that go with it. Visnu is the sacrifice, yajnah (445); in the form of yajna He affords joy to all the gods; He is the one who leads the sacrificers to the fruit of their sacrifices, yajnah (971); He is the lord of sacrifice, yajnapatih (972) and the sacrificers as well, yajva (973); He is the one whose limbs are sacrifices, yajnangah (974) and who carries the sacrifices, yajnavahanah (975); He protects the sacrifice, yajnabhrt (976), performs it, yajnakrt (977); He is the principal of the sacrifice yani (978); He is the enjoyer of the sacrifice, yajnabhuk (979) and is attained through the sacrifice as the means yajnasadhanah (980); He is the one who makes the sacrifice complete, O (981), and is the secret of sacrifice, yajnaguhyah (982).