Dwarka, where Lord Krishna ruled, is believed to have been created by Lord Vishwakarma, who is known as the creator of the world. Furthermore, the Sthapatya Veda is credited with the introduction of architectural and mechanical science. Ravana's Pushpak Vimana was built by Lord Vishwakarma, as was Shiva's Trishul, Indra's Vajra, Pandas' Maya Sabha, and Lord Vishnu's Sudarshana Chakra. In addition, there is a belief that he constructed Puri's famous Jagannath Temple.
This festival is mostly observed by shops, factories, and manufacturing businesses. Factory and industrial workers worship their tools on this day, and they pray to Lord Vishwakarma for the protection of their livelihoods. Many professionals, including professionals in engineering and architecture, artisans, craftsmen, mechanics, smiths, welders, and industrial workers, attend the festival. They pray for smooth machine performance and refrain from using their tools on Vishwakarma Puja. Images of Lord Vishwakarma and special statues of him are installed in factories and workplaces to mark this occasion.
Bengali’s Vishwakarma day falls during Bhadra Sankranti or Kanya Sankranti, which is the last day of the Bengali month Bhadra. It falls roughly midway between October and November on the Gregorian calendar. Between October and November, Viswakarma puja and Govardhan puja take place one day after Diwali. Vishwakarma Puja is mostly celebrated in states such as Assam, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, and Odisha. Vishwakarma Puja is also celebrated in Nepal in addition to India.