Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Lord Vishwakarma was the original architect of the world

Today Federation of Sanjay Gandhi Nagar Transporters celebrated the birth anniversary of Lord Vishwakarma, the original architect of the universe at Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar. Addressing the people as the Chief Guest on this occasion, BJP Delhi Pradesh President Shri Vijender Gupta told that the birth anniversary of the original architect lord Vishwakarma is being celebrated in India since ages in the memory of Indian architecture. When the God expressed his desire to create the world then he assigned the work of construction of the entire world to Lord Vishwakarma. Whatever we see has been constructed by Lord Vishwakarma. 

Lord Vishwakarma created all the worlds including Devlok. He also made arms & ammunitions and the heaven. In the Tretayuga, Lord Vishwarkma had built golden Lanka of Ravana. In Dwaparyuga, he constructed Dwarka city and in Mahabharat age he constructed Hastinapur. He is considered to be the original Master of architecture, art, painting, handicrafts and fashion. He has four hands. He holds a pot full of water in one hand, Veda in another, noose, used for architecture in third hand and tools in his fourth hand. All the people who are in the business of engineering and tools, observe Vishwakarma pooja in India and the world. Prosperity comes in the society and family which worships him. 

Shri Gupta told that Lord Chitragupta, the accountant of Yamraj is also worshiped on this day. People connected with writing, journalism, poets etc. worship Pen on this occasion. Lakhs of Hindu families organise feast of Chhappan Bhog on this day in which peoples share food preparations of various kinds with their friends & family members and distribute among the people. 

On this occasion, BJP Delhi Pradesh Sikh Cell Convener Kulwant Singh Bath highlighted the problems of transporters of Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar before the BJP Pradesh President and the respected persons present on this occasion. Prasad was also distributed to the people on this occasion. 

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