Welcome to Yuva Suthar Seva Samaj

Yuva Suthar Seva Samaj is a non-profit religious organization with the objective of serving the ahmedabad's suthar community. Yuva Suthar Seva Samaj(YSSS) continues to serve the community by way of providing help for Education, Medical, Housing, Community Development, and other areas through its various programmes.

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Vishwakarma Jayanti

Vishwakarma Jayanti is an auspicious day dedicated to Lord Vishwakarma who is known to be the divine architect. Lord Vishwakarma is the creator of all the palaces of Hindu Gods and Goddesses along with their weapons and vehicles. The festival of Vishwakarma Jayanti is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Lord Vishwakarma every year. It is observed every year on the 16th or 17th of September as per the Gregorian calendar. The calculation of this day is done as per the ‘Bisuddhasidhanta’. Vishwakarma Puja is celebrated as ‘Biswakarma Puja’ on the last day of Bengali Bhadra month, in the eastern states of India like Orissa, West Bengal, Jharkhand and Tripura. It is also referred as ‘Kanya Sankranti’ or ‘Bhadra Sankranti’. Vishwakarma Jayanti is the most important and auspicious day for artisans and craftsmen all over the world.

Vishwakarma Caste (also known as Vishwabrahmin) describes a Brahmin Caste of India who claim to be descendants of Lord Vishwakarma. They are a caste of priests, engineers, architects, sculptors, temple builders and artists. The term is applied to five sub-castes; blacksmiths, carpenters, coppersmiths, goldsmiths and sculptors.