What do peacock feathers symbolize?

Answer Peacocks, native to India, Pakistan, western China, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, have been domesticated for more than 3,000 years. The long blue-green tail feathers of the peacock are prized for their... Read More »

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What does a peacock feather symbolize?

I the west during the early twentieth century, peacocks and peacock feathers were considered unlucky and their flesh was thought to be poisonous (even though peacock had been eaten as a delicacy fo... Read More »

How to Care for Peacock Feathers?

Peacocks, also known as peafowl (pavo cristatus), produce feathers of varying colors, including shimmering bright greens and blues. Often used for decorative purposes, peacock feathers adorn costum... Read More »

Are peacock feathers bad luck?

Depending on the source and your beliefs, peacock feathers can be both good-luck and bad-luck charms. There are mythologies that support both viewpoints, leading to confusion about the "lucky" natu... Read More »

Are peacock feathers good luck?

In many Asian cultures, peacocks and their feathers are considered good luck, as they're associated with various gods and goddesses. In most Western cultures, peacock feathers are considered bad lu... Read More »