The Peacock Ballad
The Peacock Ballad1 min 275 1 min 275
The bird with a power of heart catchy,
With its grace, pride, and beauty,
Having religious and legendary involvement,
Peacock enjoys India's national eminent.
The peacock Parvani was Surpadma, the Asura,
Blessed as a mount for the God of War, Kartikeya.
Iridescent bestowed on its large train by Indira,
In gratitude for saving Him from Ravana.
The Lord Krishna's sight,
Reminded the rainfall of night,
On His melodious flute, they opened their feathers,
To flow the happy dance altogether.
Accepting their feathers as the present of gratitude,
He decorated His flute and wore on the head with beatitude.
Avowed for the purity it signifies,
Its feather protects from evil eyes,
Treasured in the middle of the book,
Considering as good luck for a future look.
Vibrates the beauty on raising his luscious plumage,
The colorful hues of ocelli dazzle his knowledge,
The peacock hoots on finding his peahen,
Glee is a glorified glimpse of peafowls' love lane.