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Hamsa is the Indian word for a water bird, usually a goose or swan. Within Hindu theology, the Hamsa is considered a sacred animal, and is noted as being the king of all birds. It is said to feed on pears, can seperate milk from water should both be mixed, and possesses the knowledge of Brahma. It is a bird of pure white that is used as a mount by Brahma or by his consort, Sarasvati.
The Hamsa represents the balance of life, thus its identification with the triad god Brahma. It is said that when the Hamsa is seen flying through the winter skys, it symbolizes a spirits escape from the cycle of death and rebirth, the union with the supreme spirit, and the efforts of the Brahmin to obtain the knowledge of Brahma. The Hamsa is uneffected by the Maya of the physical world, and can always see the truth through its illusionary nature.