Mayur means "peacock" in Sanskrit.Peacock is one of the sacred and highly sanctified birds of the Hindu mythology.
It is a vahana(vehicle) of Sarasvati, the Goddess of speech and learning.
A mayura also serves as a conveyance of the God Kartikeya. Krishna is generally depicted with peacock feathers adorning his head.
In general, feathers of mayura are considered sacred and are used to dust the religious images and implements of Hindus.
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