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  • 1. Peacock Meaning And Fun DetailsThe peacock is well-noted for its vibrantly colored down, but are you aware that the peacock is reallymen peafowl? The Feminine peafowl doesnt have the extravagant large down the male peafowl(peacock) has. Women measure around 34 inches lengthy and weigh around 7.4 pounds. A mans,using the down being high in mid-air, measure 7.4 ft and weigh around 11 pounds. Peacocks areregarded as loyal and faithful for their partners. In Mythology, the peacock continues to be stated todie of grief whether it manages to lose its mate. Throughout Mating Season, the peacock will grab thewomen attention by raising his lengthy beautiful tail down in to the air and trembling them. Both ofthem come with an average life time of two decades within the wild. Theyre peaceful creatures thatprefer to reside in large, open spaces but with no type of commotion.The peacock is symbolic of beauty, royalty, growing old, pride and peace. Based on Muslim Legend,this magnificent bird has gain its symbolic presence within the Gates of Paradise. Peacocks are alsoconnected using the "All Seeing Eye" because its down look as if they display 100 eyes. In Greek-Mythology, the peacock was the patron bird from the goddess Hera. Based on myth, Hera placed 100eyes around the peacocks down, as a symbol of your eyes from the stars. In Buddhism, this beautifulbird symbolises knowledge and wholesomeness. Its down can be used for Buddhists purificationevents. The peacock is sacred in India and it is regarded as symbolic of good-luck. In Feng Shui,peacocks indicate beauty and fidelity. Exhibiting the look of the peacock within the southern area fromthe bed room can encourage an enduring and loving partnership. Also, in Feng Shui, the peacocksdown can safeguard you against problems and dangers due to the "eyes" from the down.ramadan date 2013