PGC - Philosophical Naming Story Lord Krishna Inspired

PUEL Philosophical Naming Story Lord Krishna Inspired

PUEL – Philosophical Naming Story Lord Krishna Inspired – In Indian folk lore the peacock is an exquisitely beautiful bird which symbolizes purity, vision, royalty, spirituality, awakening, guidance, protection and watchfulness. According to the lore the peacock dances and cries and the peahens consume the tears and fall pregnant. Thus the peacock has the ability to reproduce while remaining celibate. Lord Krishna, according to the lore had rescued, as requested by Indra, 16,100 women from Narakasura, who was holding these women prisoners. The rescued women requested Lord Krishna to save their honour and marry them. Lord Krishna granted their wish. He is also said to have married 8 more times who were his primary wives. With each of his 16,108 wives, he had 10 children. However none of these 1,61,080 children were not conceived by mating as with normal human beings. They were created by Lord Krishna with his divine powers. Thus he remained “AJANMA BRAHMACHARI” (‘Ajanma’ means forever and ‘Brahmachari’ is a person in Hindu culture who has taken a vow of celibacy for the rest of his life). Lord Krishna chose the majestic animals feathers as a crown to adorn his head. The peacock feather is symbolic and is usually associated with this divine character.

The name “PAVO” is inspired from the devotional song “Mor Mukut” which praises Lord Krishna. The song’s literal translation means “Peacock Crown”. “Pavo Cristatus” actually means Peacock. Thus came Pavo Group of Companies.

Pavo Ultimate Essence of Living

PUEL Philosophical Naming Story Lord Krishna Inspired – Pavo Ultimate Essence of Living – Our Story

PUEL Philosophical Naming Story Lord Krishna Inspired – Pavo Ultimate Essence of Living – Our Story

Taking inspiration from the backstory of naming of Pavo, Pavo Ultimate Essence of Living (PUEL), a non-profit organization, endeavors to help society globally, find inner peace, spread goodwill among people and to save the very holy animal, cows, from the horrific death that befalls them on a daily basis.

Founded by Kumar Sharma, CEO 15th August, 2016, PUEL strives to achieve this by three Sevas, namely the Mansa Seva, Baychya Seva and Karmanya Seva.

Mansa Seva is about generating good thoughts about people and society.

Baychya Seva is verbally spreading goodwill amongst all using the three filters of truth, necessity and politeness.

How to bring about this change and good in you is taught in our Social Consciousness and Spiritual Consciousness classes, which are taken absolutely free of any charges. The classes can be attended by anyone, age no bar.

Karmanya Seva is spreading goodwill through work. PUEL does that through their Social Consciousness Campaign and Spiritual Consciousness Campaign.

We are working towards “SWACHH BHARAT”. Taking the “SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN” spirit to heart, we aspire to bring about the “SWACHHATA” of the mind and spirit as we believe without “SWACHHATA” in mind “SWACHH BHARAT” will not possible completely.

Social Consciousness Campaign are events which are held to help those in society who direly require them, for instance helping those who are extremely deprived financially and food distribution.

Spiritual Consciousness Campaign are events which are held to spread Santana Dharma among all and also to spread Lord Krishna consciousness.

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