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Vishwakarma Puja 2023: Rituals and Significance

Vishwakarma Puja 2023, on September 17, honors the Hindu god Vishwakarma. Devotees clean, create a swastika symbol, worship Lord Ganesha, and seek Lord Vishwakarma's blessings for prosperity in their professions. Auspicious yogas enhance its significance.

Vishwakarma Puja 2023: Date, Rituals, and Auspicious Timings – Honoring the Celestial Architect for Prosperity and Success


Vishwakarma Puja 2023, a day dedicated to honoring the Hindu god Vishwakarma, is set to be observed on September 17 this year. This day, also known as Vishwakarma Jayanti or ‘Bhadra Sankranti,’ is a significant occasion in the Hindu calendar when people pay their respects to Lord Vishwakarma, the celestial architect. It typically falls between September 16 and 18, coinciding with the end of the Indian month of Bhado as per the Gregorian calendar.

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Vishwakarma Puja is predominantly celebrated in industrial settings, often taking place on the shop floor. It holds special significance for the engineering and architectural community, as well as artisans, craftsmen, mechanics, blacksmiths, welders, industrial workers, and factory workers, among others. On this day, they engage in worship and prayers to seek blessings for a brighter future, safe working conditions, and prosperity in their respective professions. They also seek divine intervention for the smooth operation of the machinery they work with.

2023 Shubh Muhurat Vishwakarma Puja 

According to the Drik Panchang, Vishwakarma Puja, which falls on Sunday, September 17, 2023, is associated with four auspicious yogas. These yogas are Brahma Yoga, Dwipushkar Yoga, Amrit Siddhi Yoga, and Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga, and they are all aligned on this special occasion.

Here are the details of the yogas and their timings:

Brahma Yoga: This yoga is present throughout the day.

Dwipushkar Yoga: from 10:02 am to 11:08 am.

Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga: Occurs from 05:28 am to 10:02 am.

Amrit Siddhi Yoga:from 05:28 am to 10:02 am.

These auspicious yogas add to the significance of Vishwakarma Puja and are considered favorable for various activities and ceremonies conducted on this day.

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Vidhi Of Vishwakarma Puja Vidhi

On Vishwakarma Puja, devotees begin their day by waking up early, taking a bath, and dressing in clean attire. They purify their place of worship by thoroughly cleaning it and sprinkling Ganga water on it. Using a yellow piece of cloth, they create a swastika symbol with red kumkum. Following this, they place a statue, photograph, or idol of Lord Vishwakarma onto the swastika symbol after offering rice and flowers.

The worship ritual typically starts with the veneration of Lord Ganesha, as is customary in Hindu worship. Lord Ganesha is worshipped first before any other deity. A tilak is applied to Lord Vishwakarma’s forehead, and a lamp is lit. Devotees offer prayers, fruits, sweets, and flowers to Lord Vishwakarma. Mantras are recited to seek the longevity and success of their equipment and businesses.

Following the prayer, devotees seek Lord Vishwakarma’s blessings and distribute fruits and sweets among those present as a gesture of sharing the divine blessings.

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