अगर Vishwakarma दिवश की बे कदरी and politics हुई तो जमाने को (विशवकरमा ) रगं दिखा दे गे विश्वकर्मा वँशज ( Hundred blows of goldsmith is comparable to one blow of iron-smith ) ” मतलब सौ सुनार की एक लुहार की ” श्री विश्व कर्मा जी मजदूर नही थे बल्कि वें सृष्टि के रचनाकार है।
भगवान श्री विश्व कर्मा जी is the presiding deity of all craftsmen and architects. Son of Brahma, he is the divine draftsman of the whole universe and the official builder of all the gods’ palaces. भगवान श्री विश्व कर्मा जी is also the designer of all the flying chariots of the gods, and all their weapons.
The Mahabharata describes him as “The lord of the arts, executor of a thousand handicrafts, the carpenter of the gods, the most eminent of artisans, the fashioner of all ornaments …
and a great and immortal god.” He has four hands, wears a crown, loads of gold jewelry, and holds a water-pot, a book, a noose and craftsman’s tools in his hands.
Hindu mythology is full of भगवान श्री Vishwakarma’s many architectural wonders. Through the four Yougas, he had built several towns and palaces for the gods.
भगवान श्री Vishwakarma Day also known as Vishwakarma Jayanti or Vishwakarma Puja is a day of celebration for Vishwakarma, a Hindu god, the divine architect, He is considered as swayambhu and Creator of the world. He constructed the holy city of Dwarka where Krishna ruled, the Maya Sabha of the Pandavas, and was the creator of many fabulous weapons for the gods. He is also called the divine carpenter, is mentioned in the Rig Veda, and is credited with Sthapatya Veda, the science of mechanics and architecture.
It is generally celebrated in the months of September or October in Indian states such as Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Assam, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, and Tripura. The festival is observed primarily in factories and industrial areas, often on the shop floor. As a mark of reverence the day of worship is marked not only by the engineering and architectural community but by artisans, craftsmen, mechanics, smiths, welders, industrial workers, factory workers and others. They pray for a better future, safe working conditions and, above all, success in their respective fields. Workers also pray for the smooth functioning of various machines. It is customary for craftsmen to worship their tools in his name, refraining from using the tools while doing so. Modern electronic servers are also worshipped for their smooth functioning.
Special statues and pictures of Vishwakarma are normally installed in every workplace and factory. All workers gather in one common place and perform the puja (reverence).