There is no harm in observing religious rites, if they cleanse our hearts. Since we depend on gods for our welfare, it is only tural that we want Biswakarma’s blessings for being successful in any job that involves machineries. Hence the puja is no longer confined to chauffeurs or petty mechanics, rather it is celebrated in a big way in industrial sectors. The architect god has justifiably claimed his rightful place amongst the gods. He seems to have surpassed even the goddess of learning, Saraswati in popularity and prominence. Assam is lagging far behind others in every aspect, yet we do not see any lack of fervour in observing the puja in glamorous setting. Some offices or institutes, which have some connection with power or technology demand dotions from the hapless consumers, who have to meet their exorbitant demands. It is not virtue, but prudence with prompts their action.