Happy Vishwakarma 2022: Puja, Date, History, Significances, Images

The Hindu god Vishwakarma is honoured at Vishwakarma Puja. The definition of Vishwakarma in modern Hinduism is “the divine architect of the gods.” Lord Vishwakarma’s birth anniversary is commemorated on Vishwakarma Day.

According to the Gregorian calendar, Vishwakarma Puja is observed every year on September 16 or 17. On the basis of Bisuddha Siddhanta, the day is calculated. States in East India that celebrate Vishwakarma Puja as Biswakarma Puja include Tripura, West Bengal, Orissa, and Jharkhand.

For artists and craftspeople all around the country, this day is regarded as one of the most significant. After Diwali, Bihar and a few other northern states observe the celebration.

Date of Vishwakarma Puja in 2022: On September 17, 2022, Vishwakarma Puja will be observed.

History Of Vishwakarma Puja

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Hindu mythology holds that Lord Vishwakarma constructed the city of Dwarka, where Lord Krishna—an incarnation of Lord Vishnu—ruled. It is widely held that he is the Sthapatya Veda’s creator (the science of architecture and mechanics).

The parents of Lord Vishwakarma were Vastu Dev and Goddess Angisri. Numerous Hindu legends attribute Lord Vishwakarma with the creation of the Pandavas’ Maya Sabha, Lord Vishnu’s Sudarshana Chakra, Lord Shiva’s Trishul, Indra’s Vajra (thunderbolt), and Ravana’s Pushpaka Vimana.

Also attributed to Lord Vishwakarma is the construction of Puri’s renowned Jagannath temple.

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Significance Of Vishwakarma Puja

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Craftsmen and artisans rejoice and fervorously commemorate this day. Lord Vishwakarma statues are worshipped at businesses like factories and shops. On this day, labourers worship their tools and pray to Lord Vishwakarma for the security of their livelihoods.

On the day of Vishwakarma Puja, employees offer prayers for equipment to run without a hitch and abstain from using their tools. The eastern states of the nation, including West Bengal, Assam, Odisha, Tripura, Bihar, and Jharkhand, are where the day is primarily observed. The Nepalese populace also observes Vishwakarma Puja.