Even peacocks show devotion by circling statue of Goddess Saraswati

People may say that animals or birds do not understand anything but the fact is somewhere and somewhat they are smarter than human beings. Many such events amuse everyone. Recently, one such video of peacocks has gone viral. The video is of about 33 seconds. It shows that three peacocks are circling the statue of goddess Saraswati at the ashrama of Shree Peetha Nilaya in Germany. The parikrama video of peacocks gained the soul of netizens.

Goddess Saraswati is known as the deity of education, knowledge and values in Hindu religion. The peacocks are also considered holy birds in Hinduism and are known as the ride of Karthikeya, son of God Shiv. Sometimes a peacock is indicated beside the Goddess Saraswati gazing at her. The peacock transitions according to weather that signifies the fickleness of the human psyche. It also embodies arrogance and pride.

Shree Peetha Nilaya ashram, where the video was made, is in Germany and is a Spiritual Event Centre. Ashrams are homes to a Master and His/Her devotees. The Ashram at Shree Peetha Nilaya is that and further. It's an area to attach more deeply with yourself and with others in a spiritual way and a direction to learn and develop through the spiritual method. You'll know the significance of that when you experience it for yourself.

This shows that Indian culture demonstrates its beauty glimpse to everyone. Even being in Germany, they have Ashram dedicated to Hinduism. The video of peacocks circling the statue of Goddess Saraswati proves that true devotion does exist with no boundaries. People are happy by looking at that amazing video.

by Riya Sharma | Tue, Jan 05 - 06:33 PM

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