This bronze statue offers a unique perspective on the symbolism of the peacock. Traditionally associated with selfishness, the peacock is also linked to Lord Murugan, who rides the bird, suppressing it to remind to resist pride and selfishness. However, this sculpture presents the peacock in a different light. In this representation, the peacock's long, slender neck is curved, and it appears to be shielding its face from the viewers.
Rather than strutting proudly, the peacock seems to reluctantly display its beautiful tail. The raised tail features a stunning paisley pattern of feathers, creating a complex and captivating visual. Notably, the peacock's head is bowed beneath the feathers, adding a sense of modesty and humility to its demeanor.The peacock's body is hand-polished, giving it a smooth and elegant appearance.