The following story will tell how SriKrishna came to wear peacock feathers:
When one day Krishna woke first from a rest in the forest with his cowherd friends, he decided to wake everyone and call the cows grazing at a distance by playing his Flute. When Krishna blew the nectar of his lips into the flute, a melodious raga with a slow rhythm and a deep base emerged from its end. This wonderful vibration enchanted the peacocks in and around the Govardhan hills. Their hearts began to sing in happiness and fill the skies with their own song. The resonant vibrations from the flute encouraged the peacocks to dance. Krishna, who is the source of all dramatic arts, was pleased with their dance and encouraged them by his kind glances and sweet smiling. They cried with joy and it sounded all over the hills. In time, their sounds became indistinguishable from the echoes. They became excited and jumped up and down, flapping their wings. As the peacocks danced, the kings of peacocks made his way to the lotus feet of SriKrishna, touches His holy feet and makes a sound which SriKrishna understands as a thanking note and requesting Him to dance with them. SriKrishna accepts to dance and moves amidst them, dancing like the peacocks increasing the tempo and playing to the rhythm of His steps. The bliss of the peacocks increased multifold when SriKrishna danced with them. It was so overwhelming, that some peacocks fainted. All the animals and cowherds of the Govardhan hills stood transfixed, unable to move their eyes away from the dance of SriKrishna. The flute in SriKrishna's hand seeing the uncommon performance of its master began to sing on its own. The spectacle was extremely splendid when seen from the top of the Govardhan hills, the heaven and even the netherland. They danced for a long time and slowly the tired peacocks stopped dancing. Then Krishna danced to the rhythm of His own steps. After many days, when he stopped dancing, there was an enchanting silence. The king of the peacocks approached SriKrishna with great humility, bowed down his head and said, "You have created a festival of bliss for which we remain eternally indebted to You. It is our duty to offer you 'Gurudakshina'. I request You to accept our only opulence, our plumage. Wear them on your crown as a decoration." With large tears of ecstasy, the king of peacocks dropped many divine feathers. SriKrishna lovingly accepted the offering of the peacocks and picked up the feathers and to everybody's joy, placed a few of them on his turban. Thus he came to wear the peacock feathers.
peacock was very dear to lord krishna. And feather of peacock means good luck & heavenly forces.
Because it represents both beauty and masculinity.
a peacock feather weighs approximately 1 dead baby.
Our global environment is as beautiful and as fragile as a peacock feather.
mayur means peacock.
It is peacock feather...
To attract other peacocks for copulation
Try this website... it has some very useful info regarding the meaning behind the peacock feather in different cultures! www.khandro.net/animal_bird_peacock.htm - 34k
Peacocks are much shorter than turkeys.For boys, the head; for girls a peacock feather.
she actually didn't wear a feather.
the peacock feather is made of little crystals in each tassel. that is why the feather is so colorful.
Hera's symbols were the Pomegranate, the Peacock Feather and a Diadem.
If they're real, yes.
They have legs. and feather's like most birds
male peacocks have giant feather plumes, female dont
Because peacock wanna dance in rainy mood............ jp (mamce)
yes. it uses its feather to blend in with its surroundings
Leslie Moore has written: 'The peacock feather'
peacock dances in rain and opens it s feather and dance its our national bird