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Lord Vishvakarma Deva

PANCHA MUKHA VIRT VISWAKARMA

In Yajurveda, Viswakarma is described as Virad purusha sukta from whose navel the divine smith Tvastar originated.. In the Vedic period the term first appeared as an epithet of Indra and surya.. Vishwakarma who designed the triloka; Viswakarma created 5 Brahmas from each of his 5 faces, they are

  • Sanaga Brahma Rishi
  • Sanaathana Brahma Rishi
  • Abhuvanasa Brahma Rishi
  • Prathnasa Brahma Rishi
  • Suparnasa Brahma Rishi

Viswa-karman being rather identified with Prajapati as the creator of all things and the architect of the Universe; in the hymns RV 10.81 and 10.82 he is represented as the universal Father and Generator, the one all-seeing God, who has on every side eyes, faces, arms, and feet; in the Brahmanas he is called a son of Bhuvana, and Vishva-karman Bhauvana is described as the author of the two hymns mentioned above.

Vishwakarma Jayanthi is celebrated by all industrial houses, artists, craftsman and weavers. The festival is observed on the Kanya Sankranti Day (September 17) which follows the Ganesh Puja.

As per the Rig Veda he is the one and, only one beyond the Seven Ṛṣis.[3] In Hindu mythology, Viswakarma is considered as the Divine Architect. He is called 'Devashilpi' or 'The Architect of Gods'. The Rig Veda describes Viswakarma as the god with multi-dimensional vision and supreme strength. He is able to predict well in advance in which direction his creation will move.

The term Viswakarma appeared as a Rsi as well as Silpi In this form his mother was Yogasiddha, sister of Brihaspati.

Viswakarma is also credited with creating the missiles used in the mythological era, including the Vajra, the sacred weapon of Lord Indra, from the bones of sage Dadhichi Virat Viswakarma as appears with five tilakamarked faces sadyojaatha, vaamadeva, aghora, thathpurusha, and eesaana.

"Descendants" of Viswakarma

  • Loha Shilpi (Blacksmiths)
  • Daru Shilpi / Vadla (Carpenters)
  • Kamsya Shilpi (Bronzesmiths)
  • Rathi Shilpi (Architects/sculptors/masons)
  • Swarna Shilpi (Goldsmiths)