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Peacock Tandavika

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Dancing Krishna’s peacock – displaying his beautiful tail feathers for Krishna and Radha’s pleasure.

Krishna’s pet peacock is called Tandavika, and just one of the many charming companions of Radha Krsna.

Full tail display peacock standing stands easily and has beautiful coloration.

The peacock feathers decorate Krishna’s crown and turbans, and are always absorbed in remembering Krishna. They shake their tails at different rates to produce different harmonious sounds and vibrating displays.

Krishna’s peacocks, dancing for his pleasure.

Adorable flexible peacock sturdy enough for kids play or ornament Krishnas altar with some animal friends.

Approx. 12x 4x 9.5cm

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/4.7x 1.6x 3.7inc

In stock (can be backordered)

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Description

Description of the peacocks for Krishnas pleasure in Vrindavan dancing, from Krishna Book, Chapter 15

“I think the drones that are buzzing all around You must have been Your devotees in their past lives. They cannot leave Your company because no one can be a better, more affectionate master than You. You are the supreme and original Personality of Godhead, and the drones are just trying to spread Your glories by chanting every moment. I think some of them must be great sages, devotees of Your Lordship, and they are disguising themselves in the form of drones because they are unable to give up Your company even for a moment. My dear brother, You are the supreme worshipable Godhead. Just see how the peacocks in great ecstasy are dancing before You. The deer, whose behavior is just like the gopis, are welcoming You with the same affection. And the cuckoos who are residing in this forest are receiving You with great joy, because they consider that Your appearance is so auspicious in their home. Even though they are trees and animals, these residents of Vrndavana are glorifying You. They are prepared to welcome You to their best capacity, as is the practice of great souls in receiving another great soul at home. As for the land, it is so pious and fortunate that the footprints of Your lotus feet are marking its body.” Krishna Book, Chapter 15

Additional information

Weight 5 g
Dimensions 9.5 × 4 × 12 cm