Within a span of eight years KVRF taught Vedic Sandhya Vandanam and Agnihothra to more than 50,000 people. The Kashyapa Veda Research Foundation is a pioneer institution in Kerala to teach Vedic rituals to all in a traditional way disclosing the Adhyatmic meaning -of every Mantra- revealed to the Acharya in deep contemplation. This helps to achieve refinement of character, promotion of righteousness and bring one closer to God. The only qualification KVRF demand is that the disciple should be able to read and write Malayalam.

Veda says that ‘Achara heeno na punanthi veda’- means that there is no use studying Veda without following the acharana (Vedic Practices) and a person who does not follow the acharanas is not fit for anything. The performance of Pancha Maha Yajnas is conducive to the spiritual growth of man. For attaining inner purification and to realize God in our selves, every householder should perform the Pancha Maha Yajnas daily. This would also wipe out the sins unintentionally committed by a Grihastha while doing his daily household works.Besides all, the performance of Pancha Maha Yajnas helps the householder to discharge his debts to Devas, his ancestors and all living beings.

1. SANDHYA VANDANAM OR BRAHMA YAJNAM:
This is meant for obtaining divine blessings and upliftment of the soul.

2. AGNIHOTHRA OR DEVA YAJNA:
This is meant for appeasing the Devathas. Medicinal herbs and seeds (odoriferous, nutritive, sweet, curative, and similar other substances) with Ghee (clarified butter) are burnt in the Agnihothra.

3. PITRU YAJNA:
The ministering to the comfort of the elders, the wise and the learned, as well as serving the same individuals with love and faith.

4. BALIVAISHVA YAJNA:
The ministering to the comfort of the elders, the wise and the learned, as well as serving the same individuals with love and faith.

5. ADHITHI YAJNA