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Anil Kumar wrote at 2013-08-18 09:05:22
Peacock is known as Brahmchari due to its dance produces the spit coming out ot his mouth which then eaten by female peacocks who gets pregnant through it without having done intercourse as is the case of all other living beings for reproductions.



Since Lord Krishna is total brahamchari and this is the reason he wears the feather of peacock to symbolize him self as brahmchari.


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