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Peacock feathers are believed to be lucky mascots

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Various religions across the world believe that Peacock feathers are lucky
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    The peacock is considered a bird of protection and safeguarding. This bird is also valued as a protection for the psychic self. There has been lore that writes that to have a peacock feather within the home protects from negative energy.

    In fact, peacock feathers are more revered in India than anywhere in the world. Our Gods, including Indra Dev who sits on a peacock throne and Lord Krishna whose make-up is incomplete without a peacock feather in his crown.

    Even during Deepavali, peacock feather designed kavada's are used. While in almost entire Asia, the feathers of the peacock are considered auspicious and protective, however, in the early part of the 20th-century in the West, it was considered very bad luck to keep them in the home.
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    The peacock is considered a bird of protection and safeguarding. This bird is also valued as a protection for the psychic self. There has been lore that writes that to have a peacock feather within the home protects from negative energy.

    In fact, peacock feathers are more revered in India than anywhere in the world. Our Gods, including Indra Dev who sits on a peacock throne and Lord Krishna whose make-up is incomplete without a peacock feather in his crown.

    Even during Deepavali, peacock feather designed kavada's are used. While in almost entire Asia, the feathers of the peacock are considered auspicious and protective, however, in the early part of the 20th-century in the West, it was considered very bad luck to keep them in the home.
  • +7 See more slides
    The peacock is considered a bird of protection and safeguarding. This bird is also valued as a protection for the psychic self. There has been lore that writes that to have a peacock feather within the home protects from negative energy.

    In fact, peacock feathers are more revered in India than anywhere in the world. Our Gods, including Indra Dev who sits on a peacock throne and Lord Krishna whose make-up is incomplete without a peacock feather in his crown.

    Even during Deepavali, peacock feather designed kavada's are used. While in almost entire Asia, the feathers of the peacock are considered auspicious and protective, however, in the early part of the 20th-century in the West, it was considered very bad luck to keep them in the home.
  • +7 See more slides
    The peacock is considered a bird of protection and safeguarding. This bird is also valued as a protection for the psychic self. There has been lore that writes that to have a peacock feather within the home protects from negative energy.

    In fact, peacock feathers are more revered in India than anywhere in the world. Our Gods, including Indra Dev who sits on a peacock throne and Lord Krishna whose make-up is incomplete without a peacock feather in his crown.

    Even during Deepavali, peacock feather designed kavada's are used. While in almost entire Asia, the feathers of the peacock are considered auspicious and protective, however, in the early part of the 20th-century in the West, it was considered very bad luck to keep them in the home.
  • +7 See more slides
    The peacock is considered a bird of protection and safeguarding. This bird is also valued as a protection for the psychic self. There has been lore that writes that to have a peacock feather within the home protects from negative energy.

    In fact, peacock feathers are more revered in India than anywhere in the world. Our Gods, including Indra Dev who sits on a peacock throne and Lord Krishna whose make-up is incomplete without a peacock feather in his crown.

    Even during Deepavali, peacock feather designed kavada's are used. While in almost entire Asia, the feathers of the peacock are considered auspicious and protective, however, in the early part of the 20th-century in the West, it was considered very bad luck to keep them in the home.
  • +7 See more slides
    The peacock is considered a bird of protection and safeguarding. This bird is also valued as a protection for the psychic self. There has been lore that writes that to have a peacock feather within the home protects from negative energy.

    In fact, peacock feathers are more revered in India than anywhere in the world. Our Gods, including Indra Dev who sits on a peacock throne and Lord Krishna whose make-up is incomplete without a peacock feather in his crown.

    Even during Deepavali, peacock feather designed kavada's are used. While in almost entire Asia, the feathers of the peacock are considered auspicious and protective, however, in the early part of the 20th-century in the West, it was considered very bad luck to keep them in the home.
  • +7 See more slides
    The peacock is considered a bird of protection and safeguarding. This bird is also valued as a protection for the psychic self. There has been lore that writes that to have a peacock feather within the home protects from negative energy.

    In fact, peacock feathers are more revered in India than anywhere in the world. Our Gods, including Indra Dev who sits on a peacock throne and Lord Krishna whose make-up is incomplete without a peacock feather in his crown.

    Even during Deepavali, peacock feather designed kavada's are used. While in almost entire Asia, the feathers of the peacock are considered auspicious and protective, however, in the early part of the 20th-century in the West, it was considered very bad luck to keep them in the home.
  • +7 See more slides
    The peacock is considered a bird of protection and safeguarding. This bird is also valued as a protection for the psychic self. There has been lore that writes that to have a peacock feather within the home protects from negative energy.

    In fact, peacock feathers are more revered in India than anywhere in the world. Our Gods, including Indra Dev who sits on a peacock throne and Lord Krishna whose make-up is incomplete without a peacock feather in his crown.

    Even during Deepavali, peacock feather designed kavada's are used. While in almost entire Asia, the feathers of the peacock are considered auspicious and protective, however, in the early part of the 20th-century in the West, it was considered very bad luck to keep them in the home.

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