Lord Vishwa karma is God of Architecture. In the
Rig Veda, Lord Vishwa karma is the heavenly architect of the entire
universe. He is the embodiment of the creative power that welds earth
and heaven together. Hindu people say as Lord Vishwa karma is the son of
Brahma and is the architect of all gods' palaces. He is also known as
God of Creation.
He is decorated white and has a club in his right
hand. He has wears a necklace of gold, a crown, and rings on his wrists
as well as holds a book, a water-pot, a noose and craftsman's tools in
his left hand. He is the revealer of the science of architecture and
mechanics. Lord Vishwa karma is called as Sthapatya Veda.
Lord Vishwakarma uses Pushpak Vimaan a flying
chariot. His creations number of immortal places and weapons. He is the
creator of Dwarka (the city of Lord Krishna), Lanka (Ravana's kingdom),
the town of Indraprastha and Hastinapur (the capital of the Pandavas and
Kauravas). Sudarsana Chakra (the weapon of Lord Vishnu) and Agneyastra
(fire weapon) are also among his great creations.
Mahabharata describes him as "The carpenter of
the Gods, executor of a thousand handicrafts, the lord of the arts, the
fashioner of all the ornaments, the most famous of artisans, on whose
craft all menu manage to survive and is worshipped by all". He is the
presiding divinity of all the architects and craftsmen. This day is also
known as the 'Engineers' Day'.
He is a great, an immortal god and worshipped by
people all through. Lord Vishwakarma is accepted with muti hand. He is
as superb as Lord Vishnu, Mahesh, Brahma because all scriptures worried
with Hindu religion and contains episodes of his magnificent
In this world everything we see like airplanes,
the reservoirs, big dams, skyscrapers, bridges and all kinds of
mechanics around our life rotates are the product of Chisel and Hammer,
which represent. Our legend history, humanity cannot refuse these
particulars as it would be a betrayal.
Vishwakarma is considered as the master of all
machinery equipments of gods. Lord Vishwakarma jayanti can be celebrated
every year on 17th September of English Calendar year. The vishwakarma
jayanti is also called as the national Labour Day of India. The festival
is mainly celebrated in Orissa, Tripura and Bengal. In this day, Hindu
performs Vishwakarma Puja to raise productivity and to obtain divinity
stimulation in creating new products. Lord Vishwakarma is given special
providing of worship on Annakoot day in the next day to Dipawali. On the
day, the people workmen put down their tools.