1) Pitru Yajna: It is an obligatory duty to keep our parents and ancestors happy. This can be done by taking care of our parents in their old age, giving them the joy of playing with their grandchildren, and making them feel proud by our own good deeds. Family has been playing a pivotal role in our country; we are less dependent on the government for welfare programs. Every individual must discharge this important duty and maintain the family system intact.
2) Rishi Yajna: One of the most important ways to pay back the teacher's debt is to carry forward the knowledge to the next generation. Teaching what we know to others without taking money is a great service. YFS volunteers are involved in this 'Rishi Yajna' when they teach children in slums, government schools and orphanages without any remuneration. Another means to perform Rishi Yajna is by enriching the existing knowledge pool by undertaking research.
3) Deva Yajna: Rivers, trees, mountains, sun, moon, anything that nourishes our lives is worshipped as 'Deva'(divine) in our country. The way to pay back their debt is to lead an ecofriendly life. What we call environmental activism today is 'Deva Yajna'. It is a conscious effort to change our lifestyle so that we don't harm the nature. For example: not using plastic and other The YFS logo non-biodegradable items, not destroying the fertility of the land for immediate high returns, not cutting down trees, not polluting rivers, enriching nature by planting more trees, etc.