Vishwakarma puja or Vishwakarma day or Vishwakarma Jayanti will be celebrated this year on 17 September 2021. According to religious belief, Vishwakarma Jayanti is celebrated every year on the day of Kanya Sankranti. On this day Sun enters Virgo. Lord Vishwakarma is said to be the world’s first engineer and architect. Religious belief is that he had built Indrapuri, Dwarka, Hastinapur, Swargalok, Lanka, Jagannathpuri, Lord Shankar’s Trishul, Vishnu’s Sudarshan Chakra. It is believed that Vishwakarma is the son of Vastu Dev.
Vishwakarma puja Wishes Qoutes
May the creator of machines & tools Lord Vishwakarma grant you virtue and goodwill. Say loudly “Sri Vishwakarma Baba ki Jai” Wish you a happy celebration of Vishwakarma Jayanti 2021 to all!
May the auspicious occasion of Vishwakarma Jayanti bring a new start of happiness, success, and prosperity in your life, have a blessed year ahead. Happy Vishwakarma Puja 2021!
May Lord Vishwakarma Jayanti bless you with everything you desire and dream of. May success accompany you in every step that you take! Happy Vishwakarma Puja 2021!
On this great day, I am sending you best wishes. May Lord Vishwakarma fulfill all your desires! Happy Vishwakarma puja 2021 to you and your family!
On this auspicious day, my Lord Vishwakarma bless you with skills and creativity. Happy Vishwakarma Jayanti to you and all your family members. May the day be full of good things!
Let us celebrate the occasion of Vishwakarma puja by offering prayers to Lord Vishwakarma and seek his blessings for a successful tomorrow. Happy Vishwakarma Day 2020.
May Lord Vishwakarma – the deity of all craftsmen and architects endow upon you his virtue and goodwill. Happy Vishwakarma Day 2021.
On the birth anniversary of the divine architect Lord Vishwakarma. Wishing you all a very Happy Vishwakarma Puja!
Sending wishes for prosperity and happiness to everyone. Happy Vishwakarma Puja 2021!
Vishwakarma puja Qoutes
On the auspicious occasion of Vishwakarma Puja, here’s extending my warm and best wishes to you and your loved ones.
This Vishwakarma Puja day, may the architect of gods help you build the home of your dreams and choice. May you be blessed with all that you have wanted—happy Vishwakarma Puja to you and everyone in your family.
Vishwakarma Prabhu ki kripa aap par sadaiv bani rahe. Aaj keis pavan avsar par mera pranam sweekar karein.
Here’s paying a humble tribute to the architect of Gods and the God of all the skills. A very happy Vishwakarma Puja to you and your loved ones.
Vishwakarma Puja ke shubh avsar par, meri or se aap sabhi ko dheron shubh kamnayein.
Vishwakarma Prabhu ki kripa aap par sadaiv bani rahe. Yehi humari kamna hain. Vishwakarma Jayanti ko Bhakti aur Prem se manayein. Happy Vishwakarma Puja.
On the auspicious day of Vishwakarma Puja, here’s extending my warm heartfelt wishes to you and your family.
May the architect of the Gods shower you and your family with his choicest blessings. May you have the beautiful home of your dreams and may you succeed in all your endeavors—a very Happy Vishwakarma Puja to you and your family.
The festival of Vishwakarma Puja teaches us an important life lesson that we must respect the skills of the artisans, carpenters, sculptors, architects, mechanics, and technicians, without whom, life wouldn’t be as easy and comfortable as it is. A happy Vishwakarma Puja to you and everyone in your family.
May Lord Vishwakarma shower you with his choicest blessings and may you succeed in all your endeavors. A very happy Vishwakarma Jayanti to you and everyone at home.
Here’s extending my heartfelt greetings and best wishes on the auspicious occasion of Vishwakarma Puja.
Happy Vishwakarma puja 2021
Vishwakarma Day celebrates the birth anniversary of Lord Vishwakarma annually and is observed on 16 or 17 September consistent with the Gregorian calendar. The day is computed supported by Buddha Siddhanta. In eastern Indian states like Tripura, West Bengal, Orissa, and Jharkhand, Vishwakarma Day is widely known as Biswakarma Puja. it’s a crucial day for craftsmen and artisans across the state. The festival is widely known after Diwali in Bihar and a couple of northern states.
Why we Celebrate Vishwakarma Jayanti
According to mythology, this entire universe has also been created by the hands of Vishwakarma. In the 121st Sukta of the 10th chapter of Rigveda, it is written that the earth, sky, and water have been created by Vishwakarma. According to Vishwakarma Purana, Adi Narayan first created Brahma ji and then Vishwakarma ji.
All the mythological structures are said to have been built by Lord Vishwakarma. The birth of Lord Vishwakarma is believed to be due to the churning of the ocean between the gods and the demons. The weapons and weapons of the mythological era are made by Lord Vishwakarma only. He had also built the Vajra. It is believed that Lord Vishwakarma had created Lanka.
Lord Shiva thought of building a palace for Mother Parvati. Vishwakarma gave the responsibility of this to Lord Vishwakarma, then Lord Vishwakarma made the palace of gold. Lord Shiva called Ravana to worship this palace. But Ravana was so enchanted seeing the palace that he asked for the palace itself as Dakshina after worship.
Lord Shiva handed over the palace to Ravana and went to Mount Kailash. Apart from this, Lord Vishwakarma also built the city of Indraprastha for the Pandavas. Vishwakarma also built Hastinapur of the Kaurava dynasty and Dwarka of Lord Krishna.
Who is Vishwakarma
Lord Vishwakarma, also known as Vishwakarma, is hailed as the carpenter or the architect of the Gods. He is one of the deities in the Hindu pantheon who finds a mention in the Rig Veda (which is believed to be the oldest sacred scripture). He is said to be the one who created Lord Shiva’s trident (Trishul), Lord Vishnu’s discus (Sudarshana Chakra), Ravana’s aircraft (Pushpak Vimana), and Indra’s thunderbolt (Vajra). The world-famous Jagannath Temple in Puri is also his creation, it is believed.
Today, as people celebrate Vishwakarma Jayanti and seek his blessings, send the messages, wishes, quotes, and greetings shared below to friends and loved ones.