Buddhism: To the Buddhist, peacocks symbolise wisdom.
Native Americans: believe that the peacock is a symbol of wholeness, beauty, and dignity.
Hindu: To the Hindu, the peacock is associated with the deity, Lakshmi, that symbolises patience, kindness, compassion, and good luck.
Christianity: Early Christians adopted the peacock as a symbol of immortality based on an ancient Greek legend that suggested that the flesh of a peacock did not decay. The peacock is also associated with the resurrection of Christ because each year it sheds its old feathers and grows new ones to take their place. The eye pattern shown on the tail feathers have been interpreted as the all-seeing eye of God.
Japanese Culture: To the Japanese the peacock is associated with Kwan-yin, the Goddess of Mercy. The peacock symbolizes love, or
more precisely it is an emblem of love, symbolising good will, nurturing, and kindness.
White Peacock Symbolism: The breath-taking beauty of the white peacock is very rare, and therefore is seen as a sign of good luck. In Christianity, the white peacock is thought to represent Jesus Christ and stands for resurrection, renewal, and immortality.