A tax savings fund (ELSS scheme) entails two important limiting facts.
The first is the lock-in for three years, meaning you don’t have access to your money for the time frame and secondly you should not really be too bothered with the capitalisation or composition bias the fund manager uses.
So the best ELSS scheme should have a far lesser risk factor(s) than returns and the scheme s allocation to equity should be as broad-based as possible.
It’s far better you check out yourself.
Don’t look at the numbers…..but check to see if the greens are the max and the reds the lowest. Going by that, I would say AXIS LONG TERM EQUITY is your best bet.