Crows shown for unity. Crows never take food alone but call other crows to take part in taking food. In fact, Crows are among the most intelligent birds in the world. The crows are misunderstood for centuries and this episode shade lights on their intelligent. Please notice several points in the episodes about the Crows ability to make tools and use it; raise their children in systematic manners; live in social environment and mourn the death of their loved ones like humans. I wonder if our forefathers study the behaviors of Crows? Why did they choose Crows and no other bird? According to the ancient Hindu beliefs the Crows are the linkage between the dead and living humans. Few days ago were the days of “SHRADH”; an offering of food to the Crows so they can take it to our dead relatives. Believe it or not, Crows normally do not visit our yard but we have seen them come and eat our food during “Shradh”. There are many examples that if crows give sound, it is symbolizing that a guest will come.
Animals and Birds occupy an important place in Hinduism. They are frequently mentioned in Hindu myths and legends and enjoy a place of their own in Hindu pantheon as vehicles of many gods and goddesses, as divinities and also as incarnations or aspects of Vishnu or Siva. They embellish and beautify Hindu decorative art and temple architecture, adorning the outer walls and towers of temples as objects of beauty or being installed inside as objects of veneration. Kag Puja, also known as Kag Parva, or worship of crows is the first day of Diwali or Tihar festival in Nepal. This day is dedicated to worship crows.