Beautiful and graceful peacocks are one of the main sources of inspiration in the Dai culture.
Local people consider it as a holy peacock bird and a symbol of good fortune and happiness. In a Buddhist writing, Rajas Peacock ( long live the king ) is a boudhisattva flying astride a peacock, with a lotus and a peacock tail in hand.
Dai worship the peacock in festivals and religious ceremonies and spirit is exalted in dances, poetry and storytelling.
This drawing is a graphical representation of Peacock with particular emphasis on the feathers. The beauty of the animal is taken from its colorful feathers and dynamic and they are represented here by distinctive visual references Dai in terms of patterns, colors and shapes. This Peacock opens its wheel showing all his magnanimity to bring you luck and happiness.