Vishwakarma Caste

Who is Vishwakarma Caste?

Vishwakarma Caste is a community or that has pursued engineering, art and architecture occupations in India, and is a follower of Lord Vishwakarma. They are found all over India including Blacksmith, carpenters, metal crafts, goldsmiths, etc. The origins of Brahmins Being Hindu, the Hindu law allows him to wear Yajnopaveet, perform ritualistic work and hold the same position as Brahmins. Therefore, he is also known as Vishwabrahman.


Brahminism basically divided in to two groups.


It is only Vishwakarma Caste’sBrahmins belong to PARUSHEYA Section.

In South India:In North India:

Panchal Brahmin
Dhiman Brahmin
Jangid Brahmin
Maithil Brahmin
Vishwakarma brahmin’s are called with the following names.

As long as many goldsmiths are descendants of the Brahmin dynasty, people of the Kshatriya have also adopted the works of Vishvabrahmans, , goldsmithing and jewelery manufacturing. For example, in the Punjab region of North India, another group of Vishwakarma / Goldsmiths, the Mair Rajputs, came down from the Rajput warriors of Rajasthan.
Consequently, Vishwabrahmans have surnames that are similar to those of the Brahmin or Kshatriya caste. for example,

Brahmin: Verma, Sharma, Rao, Rastogi, Acharya / Acharya, Chari, Jha, Ranjan, Dixit, Dhiman, Panchal.
Kshatriya: Soni, Singh, Mayor / Mayor / Meher, Katta, Seth, Chauhan, Babbar, Rana, Sisodia, Gogna Shinh, Sahadev, Sudera, Kanda, Karwal


Vishwabrahmins are classified into 5 Gotras:-

  • Sanaga Rishi
  • Abhuvanasa Rishi
  • Sanaathana Rishi
  • Suparnasa Rishi
  • Prathnasa Rish

Traditional name of Gotra identified by their particulr work.

  • Manu (blacksmith),
  • Thwastha (metalcraftsman),
  • Maya (carpenter),
  • Vishvajnya(goldsmith). 
  • Silpi (stone-carver)

Vishwakarma Caste’s all five gotras are divided into a total of 25 sub-clans (sub-clans).

Due to his fivefold division, he is also known as Panchala. He is said to follow the five Vedas (instead of the standard four), the fifth being “Pranava Veda”,
The Pranava Veda is a text that transforms the process of energy (brahmam) into matter itself (material world). In this lesson, pure energy or consciousness undergoes a process that can be seen as a mathematical sequence. This process can be applied by humans through the mathematical order of dance, music, poetry, architecture, and sculpture, and creates art in a way that causes the viewer, listener, resident to vibrate with those divine qualities. Which is like art. This Pranava Veda was identified by Brahmrishi Maya about 10,000 years ago. A known copy still exists today and it is written by Dr. of Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. V. Ganapati is in the hands of Sthapati, which is being translated into Tamil and English. Dr. V. A translation project is being sponsored by The America University of Myonic Science and Technology under the guidance of Ganapathi Sthapati.
Many people believe that Pranav refers to the sound AUM. In fact, Pranava comes from the roots Pirazh + Nava = Pranava. Turn / flip or turn into nine; Pranava means change in 8. 9. Brahmrishi says in the Mai Pranava Veda that consciousness multiplies itself in 8 units or pulses (units of time) of OM light and Om sound. A unit of TIME has 2 aspects, OM LIGHT and OM SOUND. Om Prakash divides itself into 8 light atoms which become the raw material for all visible forms. OM SOUND divides itself into 8 sound atoms that become the raw material for all aural forms.
Yatin Pirzhave Navamanevagi – Mamuni Mayan is the flipping or turn nine of 8.
This combination of 8 units of Light and Sound creates the ‘Three Gunas’, which later form the Five Elements or ‘Panch Bhutas’.
The entire process reveals a mathematical order that can be imitated for the upliftment of humanity.
Individuals from various gotras of Vishvabrahmanas use this mathematical sequence to create objects, forms – arts in their work that have a fixed frequency or vibration that emulates the positive qualities of Brahman.

History or Origin of Vishwakarma Caste

According to traditional belief, Vishwabrahma is a descendant of the five sons of Lord Vishwakarma. They are Manu (blacksmith), Maya (carpenter), Thavatha (metal artisan), Vishnukar (goldsmith). The community has expanded throughout India and has developed rural Played an important role in the economy. His socio-economic status varied from very high level to low level in different parts of India as he was paid more in cities and less in villages due to factory work. . Kumaraswamy says, ‘Kamalar (meaning Panchal) was called Vishwa Dev Brahma or Dev Kamalar. They spread slowly towards the south and reached Ceylon, Burma and Java. Kamalar claims that they are spiritual The Guru remained and his status in the society is still alive. He still has his priests and does not relay on Brahmins.They also perform the ritual of priesthood in connection with the consecration of the idol. They both claim those special rights and have various privileges which they always enthusiastically accept and in some cases they are equal to the rank of Brahmins He also states that all priestly officials had appointed all priestly officials to act as Brahma priests. Krishna Rao says, “The most organized and efficient of the industrial classes were the Veerpanchal, which included goldsmiths, co-workers, blacksmiths, carpenters and rajasans. In the finest period of Indian art, especially between the eighth and ninth centuries, he claimed Done and gained a social place in society similar to Brahmins. The art of carving and sculpture has attained a high standard of development. They believe that they are accomplished only by the Panchalas and consider themselves Vishwakarma. History of India. These craftsmen had deep knowledge in the history of India as propagators of culture and religion. The intellectual influence was at least as great as that of the priest and writer, not just in terms of being creative and in terms of assimilation. .?Panchal is called the propagator of civilization, culture and religion because he was engaged in propagating Hinduism through his art throughout the world. Hal says, “The northern quarter of Pataliputra was assigned to Brahmins and some high craftsmen such as armor, iron and laborers in precious stones. The association of skilled artisans with Brahmins and Kshatriyas does not degrade craftsmanship in Indo-Arya society.” The art form is described in the Indian Aryan city or village as a functionary in religious ceremonies before exiting and is still intact as a caste indicator of some of the metal workers and carpenters in South India. There was a lot of importance. Only Vishwabrahma can hold the title of Jagat-Guru i.e. Guru in the whole world, which can be called Guru of Kamamalar world.

Contribution of Vishwakarma Brahmins to Indian culture and civilization:

NalandaNalanda – Vishwakarma Brahmins built this huge educational complex with more than 10,000 students and 2000 teachers. The university was considered an architectural masterpiece, and was marked by a grand wall and a gate. Nalanda had eight separate premises and ten temples, along with many other meditation halls and classrooms. The grounds had lakes and parks. The library was located in a nine-story building where meticulous copies of texts were produced. The subjects taught at Nalanda University covered every area of ​​learning, and it attracted pupils and scholars from Korea, Japan, China, Tibet, Indonesia, Persia and Turkey.
Indus Valley CivilizationIndus Valley Civilization – The earliest known civilization in the Indo-Pak region of South Asia was the Indus Valley Civilization, which included many urban settlements, including the large cities of Harrappa and Mohenjo Daro, and characterized by a variety of house types. , Many of which private baths were associated with public drainage systems. The cities consisted of a bastion above the residential and production districts, in which roads were constructed and lined with drains in a grid plan. This is evidenced by the uniformity in urban layout, typing and size of the house as well as the standard kiln-brick construction methods. Significant social and political coordination.

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