The Indian peacock has iridescent blue and green plumage. The peacock "tail," known as a "train," consists not of tail quill feathers, but highly elongated upper tail coverts. These feathers are marked with eyespots, best seen when a peacock fans his tail. In Hinduism, the Indian peacock is the mount of the Lord Kartikeya, the god of war. The peacock displays the divine shape of Omkara when it spreads its magnificent plumes into a full-blown circular form. Peacock feathers also adorn the crest of Lord Krishna, an avatar of Lord Vishnu. Peacock is a symbol of integrity and beauty.
There are more than 6 different groups of gemstones and 15 shades in every step used to make this beautiful painting. Meticulous attention to details and expertise of technique make it extremely realistic and vibrant and it takes 9 days to complete it.
Amethyst, Malachite, Turquoise, Peridot, Lapis Lazuli and Red Jasper.