The peacock is brightly coloured, with a predominantly blue fan-like crest of spatula-tipped wire-like feathers and is best known for the long train made up of elongated upper-tail covert feathers which bear colourful eyespots. These stiff feathers are raised into a fan and quivered in a display during courtship. Apart from the distinctive crest, Peacock has beautiful and colourful feathers on its back. The long and bright tail of the peacock is known as a train. Violet in colour, the feathers of the Peacock are very long and beautiful. The moon-like spots on Peacock’s feathers make the shape of an eye when fully opened. Most noteworthy, the bird is famous for its beautiful vibrant colours. The Peacock is popular for its spectacular beauty. It certainly has a hypnotic appearance. Watching it dance during the Monsoon season is a great pleasure experience. The peacock was a symbol of immortality because the ancients believed that the peacock had flesh that did not decay after death. The Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras wrote that the soul of Homer moved into a peacock, perhaps reflecting on the importance of the centuries-old popularity of the Greek poet Which was remarkable, Webster said, because, in general, peacocks are not very smart. “They’re about as bright as a domesticated turkey, which is to say, they ain’t got much going for them,” he said. Still, the birds are attractive, and people love them. Which sometimes makes it difficult to give them the boot. A peacock is a symbol of grace and beauty. Another reason why the peacock was chosen as the National bird was because of its presence across the country, so much so that even common people are familiar with the bird. Peahens often choose males for the quality of their trains. There are a number of qualities that might contribute to the attractiveness of peacock plumage; wings, tail feathers, size, and the distribution of colorful eyespots may all play a role.