A Jubilant Peacock
The peacock, the national bird of India, represents a harmonious unity of vivid colors and also symbolises the country’s multi-religious and multilingual unity in cultural diversity.
A dancing peacock represents jubilant spirits. Early morning when the sky is overcast with monsoon clouds, and the female is nearby, it is a spectacular treat to watch him dance. A peacock’s body is covered with attractive feathers. The male peacock opens its feathers before the rain. They dance by opening up their feathers to attract female peahens to mate. This is the reason why peacocks mate mainly in the period April to September.
For an Indian farmer, a good crop and a good monsoon raise their hopes of reaping a bumper harvest. When the much-awaited first rain of the monsoon season starts, the farmers of a village spontaneously burst into a merry dance and joyously sing.
*/ This post is inspired by Weekly Photo Challenge Jubilant. Jubilant, adjective: showing great joy, satisfaction, or triumph; rejoicing; exultant./*
It’s certainly jubilant.
You are invited to my monthly blog party which just started right now. The link is Summery blog party live link. It’s through the weekend. Do step in and let’s get this party started and mix with others. Regards, Jacqueline
Thanks for the invitation, Jacqueline. I will head over right now to your blog for the blog party.
I am trying to share the song here for your party – Here is the link
Hope it works at your end then.
Thank you Kash. I’ll check it out 🙂
Thank you, your words of appreciation are welcome and inspirational!