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What is Vishwakarma Puja/Jayanti 2020 ?

The Vishwakarma Jayanti also is known as the Biswakarma Puja which is performed to revere and celebrate the birth of Vishwakarma God. This festival is observed to honour the God who is known to be the architect and who created the entire universe and Earth.

Vishwakarma Bhagwan and Vishwakarma Puja Story

It is said that when there was no land, no water and when nothing existed, Lord Vishwakarma created everything. This Puja celebration and worshipping Vishwakarma God is done since ancient times in order to worship and celebrate His birth. People from Bengal often refer to Lord Vishwakarma as Biswakarma God. This year the auspicious day of Lord Biswakarma Puja falls on the 16th of September which is Wednesday.

The Vishwakarma Puja date, Nakshatra and puja vidhi time are given below.

Particular Date & Day Time starts Time ends
Thiruvonam Nakshathram September 16 (Wed) 7:23 PM  

Who is Lord Vishwakarma?

Vishwakarma is one of the significant deities in Hinduism who is known as the creator or the designer of the entire world. He is also referred to as ‘Swayambhu’ which is a Sanskrit word meaning self-made or one who manifests self.

In the Moolastambha Purana there is a hymn which states that Vishwakarma God was the one who created Himself when there was absolutely no land, water, earth, air, light, sky or any God. It is believed that even before Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Mahesh came into existence, Lord Vishwakarma created Himself.

According to the mentions in the ancient Holy Hindu Scriptures, Lord Vishwakarma is said to be associated with Lord Shiva as He (Lord Vishwakarma) was born during the blessed Magh Shukla Trayodashi and the Vishwakarma day after Diwali is celebrated with great enthusiasm.

Vishwakarma is said to be the one who constructed many beautiful cities and towns including the city of Dwarka where Lord Krishna grew up. The Bhagvat Purana too mentions Him as the Vedic period architect.

In the Rig Veda, Lord Vishwakarma is addressed as the Godlike carpenter and also is acknowledged as Sthapatya Veda. The word Sthapatya means ‘establishment’ and the word Veda means ‘knowledge’. He was thus famous as the God of creation, an architect and the one who is the creator of the science of mechanics. It is also said that He created divine weapons for God’s and Goddesses.

Why do we celebrate Vishwakarma Day?

Vishwakarma Puja

The reason why do we celebrate Vishwakarma Puja or Vishwakarma Jayanti is to honour and celebrate Lord Vishwakarma, the Lord of creation. On the occasion of Kanya Sankranti, this Puja is observed. Just after the Ganesh Puja, it is celebrated with vigour and enthusiasm.

According to the ancient Scriptures, Lord Vishwakarma had five faces namely the Sadyojāta, Vāmadeva, Aghora, Tatpuruṣha, and Īsāna. Out of these 5 faces He made five Prajapatis (God who protects and who is the creator) namely Manu, Maya, Twosta, Silpy and Viswajna. Along with these prajapatis He also created five respective Rishis who are the Gothra rishis of Vishwakarma (caste). People often ask ‘who is vishwakarma caste?’ so, the below given gotra rishis are considered as Vishwakarma caste.

● Sānaga Brahma Rishi
● Sanāthana Brahma Rishi
● Ahabhuna Brahma Rishi
● Prathna Brahma Rishi
● Suparna Brahma Rishi

Why do we do Vishwakarma Puja?

Vishwakarma Puja

The Vishwakarma Puja day is considered highly auspicious and significant by people who are in the business of manufacturing and machine industry. Factory owners, factory workers, welders, artisans, smiths, craftsmen, mechanics, engineers, architects, industrialists, artists and operators too consider this day as auspicious and significant.

The Vishwakarma Jayanti is celebrated with great devotion and zeal in states of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Karnataka, Tripura, Assam, Jharkhand and Odisha.

It is believed that Lord Vishwakarma will shower riches, success and abundance to the business hence before starting any business or setting up a factory, Lord Vishwakarma Puja is performed.

How to do Vishwakarma Puja at Workplace?

The Vishwakarma Puja is generally performed by couples or individuals on the Bhumi (land) where the factory or the business building has been erected. This puja is performed by the couples or even by individuals to seek blessings of Lord Vishwakarma and to ensure overall prosperity and success of the business.

The workplace, shops, offices are decorated with flower torans. Idol or Photograph of Lord Vishwakarma is installed along with the Yantra. Puja begins by chanting the mantras and offering prayers and worship to the Lord. Later employees and labourers who attend the puja too take blessings of the God by bowing their head and by joining their hands. Once the puja is completed Prasad is distributed among all present at the Puja.

How to do Vishwakarma Puja Vidhi at Home?

  • Wake up early in the morning and clean the place where you are going to perform the Vishwakarma Puja.
  • Decorate the Puja altar with fresh flowers and dress the deity idols with colourful and clean deity Vastra (clothes) and deity Abhushan (jewellery).
  • Place the tools or equipment in front of the Puja altar.
  • Now with a clear mind, join your hands and close your eyes and meditate on the Yantra by concentrating on its centre point.
    Chant the mantra “Om Shri Srishtanaya Sarvasiddhaya Vishwakarmaaya Namo Namah”
  • Apply Sandalwood tilak on the deity idols, the Yantra and the tools that state the nature of work and are significant for that specific industry.
  • Apply vermillion on the deity idols, the deity photographs and the tools.
  • Offer prayers and worship to the deity by singing praises, performing the aarti and also by chanting the mantra.
  • Light ghee lamp, burn incense and dhoop sticks and offer its fumes to the deities.
  • Offer some flowers and place a Kalash near the idol. You can also use deep, incense, betel nut, etc. while worshipping. Now offer flowers, akshat to the deities.
  • Sprinkle Akshat and flower petals all over the house
  • Tie Moli (Mauli) on the right-hand wrist of the people present for the puja
  • Offer Prasad to the deities first and then distribute it among family and friends.
  • Some people also perform Havan on this auspicious occasion.

Mantra:

"Om Prithivai Namah Om Anantham Namah Om Qumayi Namah Om Shri Srishtanaya Sarvasiddhaya Vishwakarmaaya Namo Namah"

ओम आधार शक्तपे नम: और ओम् कूमयि नम:
ओम अनन्तम नम:, पृथिव्यै नम:

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