Vishwakarma Jayanti

Vishwakarma Puja & its Significance

Conventionally, Vishwakarma Puja falls on the day of 17 September every year and just like always, in 2019 year, it will be performed on the same date. This divine puja which is also famous as- Bhadra Sankranti or Kanya Sankranti is conducted in the month of’ Bhadra’ according to Hindu calendar. Vishwakarma Puja, popularly known as Vishwakarma Jayanti is of great significance among architects and builders as Lord Vishwakarma is famed as- the Lord of the Architecture among his Hindu followers. Vishwakarma Puja is a holy day to solemnize Lord Vishwakarma who is supposed to be the supreme creator of the Universe.


Time and Shubh Muhurat of Vishwakarma Puja:

According to an established belief, the auspicious time of worshipping Lord Vishwakarma Shubh Muhurat (auspicious puja time) is basically decided and dependent on the basis of the transit of the sun. The reason behind this is that all the festivals celebrated in India are determined according to the lunar calendar, while the date of Vishwakarma worship is done by examining/ looking at the sun.

Significance 0f Vishwakarma Puja:

  • Hindu ancient texts depict that He was born out while churning ocean/sea during the Samudra Manthan. Therefore, worshipping this valued Godhead is deemed to be very opportune for professionals including workers, builders, constructors and architectures in machinery factories, industries, and other mechanic workshops.
  • Lord bestows his followers with immense talent and professionalism and blesses them with utter skills and virtuosity to gain craftsmanship.
  • Well-known as the surpassing carpenter, Vishwakarma God was extremely trained to do tasks related to carpenting, He is a great example for the enthusiast who involve themselves in these magnificent works and want to accomplish their profession by great effort and courage.
  • People who all are involved in engineering, craftsmen and technical department also venerate Lord Vishwakarma along with machines and tools, they use.
  • Lord Vishwakarma is also an originator of numerous historical cities and inventor of many useful weapons.
  • While performing the Vishwakarma Puja with suitable puja rituals, an Aarti is chanted along with mantras especially,

‘Om Aadhaar Shaktapey Namaha’
‘Om Kumayi Namaha’
‘Om Anantam Namaha’
‘Prithviyayi Namaha’

Vishwakarma Puja or Vishwakarma Jayanti is greatly admired among the fervent devotees across the country and more enthusiastically in the Indian states of Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, , Madhya Pradesh Bihar, Odisha, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Karnataka, Assam, West Bengal, and Tripura. If you are also looking for Puja special timings and Subh-Muhurat, Get a consultation from

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