By the way, many festivals are celebrated in Hinduism. In such a situation, every festival or fast has a different significance of its own. In this way, the festival of Vishwakarma Puja is celebrated every year on 17 September. Today, we are going to tell you that why is it that, every year, on September 17, why do we celebrate Vishwakarma Puja?
Story related to Vishwakarma Puja - Lord Vishwakarma is the architect of the gods. It is believed, "He built the palace of the gods, heaven, etc." He also built Ravana's Lanka in Tretayuga including Indrapuri, Yampuri, Dwarka of Mahabharata period, Hastinapur city. "Along with this, he also built the weapons of the gods. This includes the Sudarshan Chakra of Lord Vishnu, the trident of Lord Shankar, the period of Yamaraja, etc. In Hindu beliefs, Lord Vishwakarma is also called the first engineer. It is said that the recognition related to the birth of Lord Vishwakarma is very interesting. According to Hindu beliefs, Brahma ji was born from a lotus coming out of the navel of Lord Vishnu and Brahma Ji's son was 'Dharma'. At the same time, the seventh child of religion is Vastu and it is believed that Vishwakarma ji was born to Vastu Dev's wife named 'Angirasi'.
Why do we Vishwakarma Puja celebrate on September 17? - Actually, there are many beliefs about the birth of Vishwakarma. In which some people believe that Lord Vishwakarma was born on the Pratipada date of Krishna Paksha of Ashwin month, while some religious people say that he was born on the last date of Bhadrapada month. At the same time, according to the most popular belief, apart from these two, the muhurta of Vishwakarma worship should be decided on the basis of pollination of the sun and this day usually falls on September 17 every year. That is why Vishwakarma worships on 17 September.