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Vishwakarma Jayanti and Puja 2022 – Its Significance

Vishwakarma Jayanti and Puja 2023 – Its Significance

Timings of Vishwakarma Puja

Vishwakarma Jayanti date: 17th September 2023
The Punya Kaal Muhurat:  01:43 PM

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Vishwakarma Jayanti is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Vishwakarma, the divine architect and the creator of the world. He is the son of world creator, Lord Brahma and has created all the palaces where God used to live. He has created sthapatya veda, the science of mechanics and architecture, the holy place Dwarka, currently in Gujarat where Lord Krishna ruled, Maya Sabha of Pandavas and has created many weapons for God and Goddess. He has created heaven, Indraprastha (palace of Lord Indra), Lanka (palace of Ravana) and Hastinapur (war between Kauravas and Pandavas held)

Vishwakarma Jayanti is celebrated on 16th or 17th September every year or the last day of Bhaadra month according to the North India Hindu calendar as the birthday of seventh Dhramaputra of Brahma. On this day Lord Surya travels from Leo to Virgo zodiac sign.

The festival is celebrated in Tripura, Uttarpradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Karnataka, Assam, and West Bengal. It is also known as Kanya Sankranti or Bhaadra Sankranti, and in the year 2023 Vishwakarma Jayanti falls on 17th September. Architects, craftsmen, engineers, artisans mechanics worshipped him and performed puja in their factory or industrial setup for success and prosperity in their business.

The puja is done by placing the idol of Lord Vishwakarma in factories and industries. They organize Hawans or Yagnas and offer flowers, water, and prasad to Lord Vishwakarma and machinery and tools of factories and industries. Nowadays, in the digital world, Vishwakarma puja is done for computers and servers to achieve growth, success, and prosperity of the business. They tie Raksha sutra, chant Mantras, Lit lamp and offer Aarti to God Vishwakarma. After completion of puja, prasad is offered to every worker and employee working in a factory or industry.

ॐ आधार शक्तपे नम: और ॐ कूमयि नम:, ॐ अनन्तम नम:, ॐ पृथिव्यै नम:
Om Aadhar Shaktapey Namh
Om Kumayi Namaha
Om Anantnam Namah
Prithviyayi Namah ||

The individual has to sprinkle water in all four directions chanting this mantra and has to tie yellow mustard in all four directions.

  1. Puja gives eternal blessings of Lord Vishwakarma to the devotees.
  2. Negativities will be removed, and positivity is created in office, factory or industry.
  3. To increase the productivity of the business and enhance growth and achieve success at the personal level.
  4. Secure working areas from negativities and expansion of the business.
  5. Very auspicious for new entrants or ventures.

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