311 Sayings of Indian Origin - Strong Love Quotes

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311 Sayings of Indian Origin

1. "Where love reigns the impossible may be attained." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Where love reigns the impossible may be attained. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

2. "He who works as a slave, eats as a king." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who works as a slave, eats as a king. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

3. "Life is like the flame of a lamp; it needs a little oil now and then." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Life is like the flame of a lamp; it needs a little oil now and then. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

4. "A smile you sent, will always return." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A smile you sent, will always return. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

5. "What does the blind man know of the beauty of the tulip?" (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

What does the blind man know of the beauty of the tulip? (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

6. "Truth has no branches." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Truth has no branches. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

7. "If you live on the river, befriend the crocodile." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you live on the river, befriend the crocodile. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

8. "Garlic is as good as ten mothers." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Garlic is as good as ten mothers. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

9. "We are both queens, so who will hang out the laundry?" (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

We are both queens, so who will hang out the laundry? (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

10. "Fate and self-help share equally in shaping our destiny." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Fate and self-help share equally in shaping our destiny. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

11. "Consult the wise and do not disobey him." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Consult the wise and do not disobey him. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

12. "Worldly prosperity is like writing on water." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Worldly prosperity is like writing on water. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

13. "For the friendship of two, the patience of one is required." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

For the friendship of two, the patience of one is required. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

14. "It is a greater gift to give than to receive." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is a greater gift to give than to receive. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

15. "Friendly words are convincing." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Friendly words are convincing. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

16. "Believe what you see and not all you hear." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Believe what you see and not all you hear. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

17. "Great anger is more destructive than the sword." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Great anger is more destructive than the sword. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

18. "He that is baldheaded has no need of combs." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

He that is baldheaded has no need of combs. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

19. "Pull someone by the ears and his head will follow." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Pull someone by the ears and his head will follow. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

20. "He who is a guest in two houses, starves." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who is a guest in two houses, starves. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

21. "Dependence on another is perpetual disappointment." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Dependence on another is perpetual disappointment. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

22. "If a man from humble beginnings gets rich, he will carry his umbrella at midnight." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

If a man from humble beginnings gets rich, he will carry his umbrella at midnight. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

23. "You may look up for inspiration or look down in desperation but do not look sideways for information." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

You may look up for inspiration or look down in desperation but do not look sideways for information. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

24. "A guilty conscience is a lively enemy." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A guilty conscience is a lively enemy. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

25. "Every man is the guardian of his own honor." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Every man is the guardian of his own honor. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

26. "Where there is a glut of words, there is a dearth of intelligence." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Where there is a glut of words, there is a dearth of intelligence. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

27. "To the world wisdom is folly; to the wise the world is foolish." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

To the world wisdom is folly; to the wise the world is foolish. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

28. "Don't poison someone whom you can kill with sweets." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't poison someone whom you can kill with sweets. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

29. "One's mother and homeland are greater than even heaven." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

One's mother and homeland are greater than even heaven. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

30. "Agriculture is best, enterprise is acceptable, but avoid being on a fixed wage." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Agriculture is best, enterprise is acceptable, but avoid being on a fixed wage. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

31. "Great minds discuss ideas, medium minds discuss events, and little minds discuss people." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Great minds discuss ideas, medium minds discuss events, and little minds discuss people. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

32. "The money you dream about will not pay your bills." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The money you dream about will not pay your bills. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

33. "Every dog is a tiger in his own street." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Every dog is a tiger in his own street. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

34. "In the end, all foxes meet at the furrier's." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

In the end, all foxes meet at the furrier's. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

35. "Without men in the neighborhood all the women are chaste." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Without men in the neighborhood all the women are chaste. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

36. "Money hides in the tiger's ear." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Money hides in the tiger's ear. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

37. "A coconut shell full of water is a sea to an ant." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A coconut shell full of water is a sea to an ant. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

38. "Poverty destroys all virtues." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Poverty destroys all virtues. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

39. "Speak like a parrot; meditate like a swan; chew like a goat; and bathe like an elephant." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Speak like a parrot; meditate like a swan; chew like a goat; and bathe like an elephant. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

40. "When a camel is at the foot of a mountain only then judge his height." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

When a camel is at the foot of a mountain only then judge his height. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

41. "It takes drop by drop to fill a pitcher." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

It takes drop by drop to fill a pitcher. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

42. "What is sport to the boy is the death of the bird." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

What is sport to the boy is the death of the bird. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

43. "To sing to the deaf, to talk with the dumb, and to dance for the blind are three foolish things." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

To sing to the deaf, to talk with the dumb, and to dance for the blind are three foolish things. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

44. "You have to believe in gods to see them." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

You have to believe in gods to see them. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

45. "A beggar himself, can he afford to have one asking for alms at his door?" (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A beggar himself, can he afford to have one asking for alms at his door? (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

46. "Do what the mullah says, but don't do what he does." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Do what the mullah says, but don't do what he does. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

47. "When we take one step toward to God, he takes seven steps toward us." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

When we take one step toward to God, he takes seven steps toward us. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

48. "Sit on the bank of a river and wait, Your enemy's corpse will soon float by." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Sit on the bank of a river and wait, Your enemy's corpse will soon float by. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

49. "If you call a lady a slave, she laughs, but if you call a slave a slave, he cries." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you call a lady a slave, she laughs, but if you call a slave a slave, he cries. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

50. "A house without children is a graveyard." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A house without children is a graveyard. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

51. "The baby is not yet born, and yet you say that his nose is like his grandfather's." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The baby is not yet born, and yet you say that his nose is like his grandfather's. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

52. "An old patient is better than a new doctor." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

An old patient is better than a new doctor. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

53. "Be careful for deep water and dogs that do not bark." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Be careful for deep water and dogs that do not bark. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

54. "Nonviolence is the supreme law of life." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Nonviolence is the supreme law of life. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

55. "A friend advises in his interest, not yours." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A friend advises in his interest, not yours. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

56. "What was hard to bear is sweet to remember." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

What was hard to bear is sweet to remember. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

57. "Why save when your son is a good son? Why save when your son is a bad son?" (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Why save when your son is a good son? Why save when your son is a bad son? (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

58. "It's easy to throw something into the river but hard to get it out again." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

It's easy to throw something into the river but hard to get it out again. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

59. "The spouse of a woman is a man, the spouse of a man is his livelihood." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The spouse of a woman is a man, the spouse of a man is his livelihood. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

60. "A fly, a harlot, a beggar, a rat, and gusty wind; the village boss and the tax collector, these seven are always annoying to others." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A fly, a harlot, a beggar, a rat, and gusty wind; the village boss and the tax collector, these seven are always annoying to others. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

61. "Life is a bridge. Cross over it, but build no house on it." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Life is a bridge. Cross over it, but build no house on it. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

62. "A rap on the ringed finger does not hurt." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A rap on the ringed finger does not hurt. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

63. "To control the mind is like trying to control a drunken monkey that has been bitten by a scorpion." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

To control the mind is like trying to control a drunken monkey that has been bitten by a scorpion. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

64. "If you're going to live by the river, make friends with the crocodile." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you're going to live by the river, make friends with the crocodile. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

65. "A blind man sat behind a pile of stones and thought that nobody could see him." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A blind man sat behind a pile of stones and thought that nobody could see him. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

66. "We admire what we do not understand." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

We admire what we do not understand. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

67. "I met a hundred men going to Delhi and everyone is my brother." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

I met a hundred men going to Delhi and everyone is my brother. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

68. "To long for everything, sorrow; to accept everything, joy." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

To long for everything, sorrow; to accept everything, joy. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

69. "A person consists of his faith. Whatever is his faith, even so is he." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A person consists of his faith. Whatever is his faith, even so is he. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

70. "He who wants fruit should not pick flowers." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who wants fruit should not pick flowers. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

71. "It is little use to dig a well after the house has caught fire." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is little use to dig a well after the house has caught fire. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

72. "The sieve says to the needle, “You have a hole in your tail”." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The sieve says to the needle, “You have a hole in your tail”. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

73. "When you are in difficulty, go to the house of your friend, not your sister's." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

When you are in difficulty, go to the house of your friend, not your sister's. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

74. "Yesterday is but a dream, tomorrow but a vision. But today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness, and every tomorrow a vision of hope. Look well, therefore, to this day." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Yesterday is but a dream, tomorrow but a vision. But today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness, and every tomorrow a vision of hope. Look well, therefore, to this day. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

75. "Only two things matter in this world, a son and a daughter." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Only two things matter in this world, a son and a daughter. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

76. "A thief is a thief, whether he steals a diamond or a cucumber." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A thief is a thief, whether he steals a diamond or a cucumber. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

77. "Don't judge any man until you have walked two moons in his moccasins." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't judge any man until you have walked two moons in his moccasins. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

78. "War is to a man what bed is to a woman." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

War is to a man what bed is to a woman. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

79. "Don't part two brothers." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't part two brothers. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

80. "A lie has no author, nor a liar a conscience." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A lie has no author, nor a liar a conscience. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

81. "Fish and guests smell when they are three days old." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Fish and guests smell when they are three days old. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

82. "In my homeland I possess one hundred horses, yet if I go, I go on foot." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

In my homeland I possess one hundred horses, yet if I go, I go on foot. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

83. "Turkeys, parrots, and hares don't know what gratitude is." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Turkeys, parrots, and hares don't know what gratitude is. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

84. "Where the sun shines, there is also shade." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Where the sun shines, there is also shade. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

85. "A thief thinks everybody steals." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A thief thinks everybody steals. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

86. "The hands of a lawyer are always in someone's pocket." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The hands of a lawyer are always in someone's pocket. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

87. "Only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the noonday sun." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the noonday sun. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

88. "To watch us dance is to hear our hearts speak." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

To watch us dance is to hear our hearts speak. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

89. "You cannot separate water by beating it with a fork." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

You cannot separate water by beating it with a fork. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

90. "Sometimes I go about in pity for myself, and all the while a great wind is bearing me across the sky." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Sometimes I go about in pity for myself, and all the while a great wind is bearing me across the sky. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

91. "The eyes do not see what the mind does not want." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The eyes do not see what the mind does not want. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

92. "Better cross-eyed than blind." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Better cross-eyed than blind. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

93. "When a woman laughs an experienced man will know how much it will cost him." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

When a woman laughs an experienced man will know how much it will cost him. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

94. "A fight in your neighbor's house is refreshing." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A fight in your neighbor's house is refreshing. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

95. "The enemy's own punishment is his envy." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The enemy's own punishment is his envy. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

96. "Better a hundred enemies outside the house than one inside." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Better a hundred enemies outside the house than one inside. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

97. "It is only in your coffin that you sleep really well." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is only in your coffin that you sleep really well. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

98. "A spoiled son becomes a gambler, while a spoiled daughter becomes a harlot." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A spoiled son becomes a gambler, while a spoiled daughter becomes a harlot. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

99. "Be peaceful yet vigilant, a sheep will bite someone without a stick." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Be peaceful yet vigilant, a sheep will bite someone without a stick. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

100. "When the devil leaves, heaven comes in." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

When the devil leaves, heaven comes in. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

101. "The hare that escaped had eight legs." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The hare that escaped had eight legs. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

102. "Justice is better than admiration If you are going to kill, then kill an elephant; if you are going to steal make sure it's a treasure." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Justice is better than admiration If you are going to kill, then kill an elephant; if you are going to steal make sure it's a treasure. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

103. "Happy is the woman whose husband does not speak to her." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Happy is the woman whose husband does not speak to her. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

104. "Large desire is endless poverty." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Large desire is endless poverty. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

105. "Better to have a diamond with a few small flaws than a rock that is perfect." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Better to have a diamond with a few small flaws than a rock that is perfect. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

106. "Money is the best servant." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Money is the best servant. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

107. "A doctor is only a doctor when he has killed one or two patients." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A doctor is only a doctor when he has killed one or two patients. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

108. "Goodness reaches further than badness." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Goodness reaches further than badness. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

109. "Faith keeps the world going." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Faith keeps the world going. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

110. "In a deserted village the jackass is king." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

In a deserted village the jackass is king. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

111. "What good is giving sugar to the dead?" (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

What good is giving sugar to the dead? (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

112. "Don't eat your bread on someone Else's table." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't eat your bread on someone Else's table. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

113. "Hunger drives good taste away." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Hunger drives good taste away. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

114. "You can only lean against that which resists." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

You can only lean against that which resists. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

115. "The thief that is not caught is a king." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The thief that is not caught is a king. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

116. "Since love departs at dawn, create, O God, a night that has no morn." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Since love departs at dawn, create, O God, a night that has no morn. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

117. "Even a cat is a lion in her own lair." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Even a cat is a lion in her own lair. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

118. "Where there is love, there is grief." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Where there is love, there is grief. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

119. "The dog's tail stays crooked even if he is buried for twelve years." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The dog's tail stays crooked even if he is buried for twelve years. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

120. "Undeserved punishment is better than that which is deserved." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Undeserved punishment is better than that which is deserved. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

121. "Smiles that you broadcast, will always come back to you." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Smiles that you broadcast, will always come back to you. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

122. "He who answers is inferior to the one who asks the question." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who answers is inferior to the one who asks the question. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

123. "A beautiful woman belongs to everyone; an ugly one is yours alone." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A beautiful woman belongs to everyone; an ugly one is yours alone. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

124. "Better lie than gossip." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Better lie than gossip. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

125. "No strength within, no respect without." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

No strength within, no respect without. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

126. "As day break, the glowworms say “We've lit up the world!”." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

As day break, the glowworms say “We've lit up the world!”. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

127. "If an actor enacts, the spectator is ashamed." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

If an actor enacts, the spectator is ashamed. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

128. "Always be well dressed, even when begging." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Always be well dressed, even when begging. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

129. "Many families are built on laughter." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Many families are built on laughter. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

130. "One and one sometimes make eleven." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

One and one sometimes make eleven. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

131. "A problem is solved when it gets tougher." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A problem is solved when it gets tougher. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

132. "Your own wealth is flowers and wine; the other man's is but weeds." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Your own wealth is flowers and wine; the other man's is but weeds. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

133. "The deceitful have no friends." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The deceitful have no friends. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

134. "Regularity is the best medicine." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Regularity is the best medicine. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

135. "The body dies, the fame lives." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The body dies, the fame lives. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

136. "Blaming your faults on your nature does not change the nature of your faults." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Blaming your faults on your nature does not change the nature of your faults. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

137. "The word of a woman is a bundle of water." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The word of a woman is a bundle of water. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

138. "The truth is half a quarrel." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The truth is half a quarrel. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

139. "Rather be a slave to a rich man than the spouse of a poor man." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Rather be a slave to a rich man than the spouse of a poor man. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

140. "The way to overcome the angry man is with gentleness, the evil man with goodness, the miser with generosity and the liar with truth." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The way to overcome the angry man is with gentleness, the evil man with goodness, the miser with generosity and the liar with truth. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

141. "All the things that are white are not milk." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

All the things that are white are not milk. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

142. "By joining the tail to the trunk one makes up the whole elephant." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

By joining the tail to the trunk one makes up the whole elephant. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

143. "The Three great mysteries, air to a bird, water to a fish, mankind to himself." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The Three great mysteries, air to a bird, water to a fish, mankind to himself. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

144. "Under the mountains is silver and gold, But under the night sky, hunger and cold." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Under the mountains is silver and gold, But under the night sky, hunger and cold. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

145. "To the mediocre, mediocrity appears great." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

To the mediocre, mediocrity appears great. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

146. "Greed is the root cause of sorrow." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Greed is the root cause of sorrow. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

147. "True happiness lies in giving it to others." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

True happiness lies in giving it to others. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

148. "If you can't give any sugar then speak sweetly." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you can't give any sugar then speak sweetly. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

149. "When the bed breaks, there is the ground to lie on." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

When the bed breaks, there is the ground to lie on. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

150. "The weakest go to the wall." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The weakest go to the wall. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

151. "An arch never sleeps." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

An arch never sleeps. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

152. "If you throw a handful of stones, one at least will hit." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you throw a handful of stones, one at least will hit. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

153. "If you want to know what a tiger is like, look at a cat." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you want to know what a tiger is like, look at a cat. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

154. "Separation secures manifest friendship." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Separation secures manifest friendship. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

155. "A dog always bites under the knee." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A dog always bites under the knee. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

156. "The potter sleeps soundly, for no one would steal clay." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The potter sleeps soundly, for no one would steal clay. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

157. "Good people, like clouds, receive only to give away." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Good people, like clouds, receive only to give away. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

158. "It is hard for an ex-king to become a night watchman." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is hard for an ex-king to become a night watchman. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

159. "It is love that makes the impossible possible." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is love that makes the impossible possible. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

160. "If you are up to your knees in pleasure, then you are up to your waist in grief." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

If you are up to your knees in pleasure, then you are up to your waist in grief. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

161. "The tree casts its shadow on everything, even upon the woodcutter." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The tree casts its shadow on everything, even upon the woodcutter. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

162. "A known mistake is better than an unknown truth." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A known mistake is better than an unknown truth. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

163. "One of the two partners always bites the best part of the apple." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

One of the two partners always bites the best part of the apple. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

164. "Only the hunchback himself knows how he can lie comfortably." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Only the hunchback himself knows how he can lie comfortably. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

165. "They who give, have all things; they who withhold, have nothing." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

They who give, have all things; they who withhold, have nothing. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

166. "A mother is a school, preparing her is like preparing a good nation." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A mother is a school, preparing her is like preparing a good nation. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

167. "He who allows his day to pass by without practicing generosity and enjoying life's pleasures is like a blacksmith's bellows, he breathes but does not live." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who allows his day to pass by without practicing generosity and enjoying life's pleasures is like a blacksmith's bellows, he breathes but does not live. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

168. "These can never be true friends, Hope, dice, a prostitute, a robber, a cheat, a goldsmith, a monkey, a doctor, a distiller." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

These can never be true friends, Hope, dice, a prostitute, a robber, a cheat, a goldsmith, a monkey, a doctor, a distiller. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

169. "A man without a woman is only half a man." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A man without a woman is only half a man. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

170. "There is enmity between to dig and to let dig." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

There is enmity between to dig and to let dig. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

171. "To give jewels to a donkey is as stupid as giving a eunuch to a woman." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

To give jewels to a donkey is as stupid as giving a eunuch to a woman. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

172. "I gave him a staff for his support and he uses it to break my head." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

I gave him a staff for his support and he uses it to break my head. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

173. "Blind men have no need to walk." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Blind men have no need to walk. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

174. "The cock goes to town for only four days and returns home a peacock." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The cock goes to town for only four days and returns home a peacock. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

175. "Hypocrisy is a homage that vice pays to virtue." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Hypocrisy is a homage that vice pays to virtue. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

176. "Only the nightingale understands the rose." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Only the nightingale understands the rose. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

177. "A lawyer's fee and a harlot's wages are paid in advance." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A lawyer's fee and a harlot's wages are paid in advance. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

178. "It's better to pick a fight with your in-laws than with your neighbors." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

It's better to pick a fight with your in-laws than with your neighbors. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

179. "The pain is sometimes preferable to the treatment." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The pain is sometimes preferable to the treatment. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

180. "Ask thy purse what thou should buy." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Ask thy purse what thou should buy. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

181. "A single blow of a blacksmith is equal to a hundred blows of a goldsmith." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A single blow of a blacksmith is equal to a hundred blows of a goldsmith. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

182. "The grown-up pays attention to what you are doing; the child sees beyond that." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The grown-up pays attention to what you are doing; the child sees beyond that. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

183. "Though the snake be small, it is still wise to hit it with a big stick." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Though the snake be small, it is still wise to hit it with a big stick. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

184. "No sin is hidden to the soul." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

No sin is hidden to the soul. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

185. "The voice of the poor has no echo." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The voice of the poor has no echo. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

186. "Drums sound loud because they are hollow." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Drums sound loud because they are hollow. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

187. "A bandicoot is lovely to his parents; a mule is pretty to its mate." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A bandicoot is lovely to his parents; a mule is pretty to its mate. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

188. "Who is blind? He who can see no other world. Who is dumb? He who can say nothing pleasant about his lot. Who is poor? He who is troubled with too many desires. Who is rich? He who is happy with his lot." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Who is blind? He who can see no other world. Who is dumb? He who can say nothing pleasant about his lot. Who is poor? He who is troubled with too many desires. Who is rich? He who is happy with his lot. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

189. "He who has a true friend, has no need of a mirror." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who has a true friend, has no need of a mirror. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

190. "Have faith, God calls forth life even from eggs." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Have faith, God calls forth life even from eggs. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

191. "Patience is the most beautiful prayer." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Patience is the most beautiful prayer. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

192. "A book is a good friend when it lays bare the errors of the past." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A book is a good friend when it lays bare the errors of the past. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

193. "There is a time for mother-in-law and a time for daughter-in-law." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

There is a time for mother-in-law and a time for daughter-in-law. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

194. "It is easy to forget a kindness, but one remembers unkindness." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is easy to forget a kindness, but one remembers unkindness. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

195. "Keep five yards from a carriage, ten yards from a horse, and a hundred yards from an elephant; but the distance one should keep from a wicked man cannot be measured." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Keep five yards from a carriage, ten yards from a horse, and a hundred yards from an elephant; but the distance one should keep from a wicked man cannot be measured. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

196. "When you have an ass for a friend, expect nothing but kicks." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

When you have an ass for a friend, expect nothing but kicks. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

197. "All the water in the sea doesn't even reach the knees of the man who fears not death." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

All the water in the sea doesn't even reach the knees of the man who fears not death. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

198. "You must answer the devil in his own language." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

You must answer the devil in his own language. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

199. "A harvest of peace grows from seeds of contentment." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A harvest of peace grows from seeds of contentment. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

200. "A lot of people become saints because of their stomach." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A lot of people become saints because of their stomach. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

201. "There is no hand to catch time." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

There is no hand to catch time. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

202. "Poverty makes thieves, like love makes poets." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Poverty makes thieves, like love makes poets. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

203. "There are many people who can sing, but don't know the words." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

There are many people who can sing, but don't know the words. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

204. "He who does not climb, will not fall either." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who does not climb, will not fall either. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

205. "A meal without flesh is like feeding on grass." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A meal without flesh is like feeding on grass. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

206. "Follow the river and you will get to the sea." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Follow the river and you will get to the sea. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

207. "There are three uncertainties, woman, wind, and wealth." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

There are three uncertainties, woman, wind, and wealth. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

208. "A tree starts with a seed." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A tree starts with a seed. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

209. "No one was ever lost on a straight road." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

No one was ever lost on a straight road. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

210. "You cannot have a cake and eat it too." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

You cannot have a cake and eat it too. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

211. "The reputation lost on trivial things cannot be regained by donating big alms." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The reputation lost on trivial things cannot be regained by donating big alms. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

212. "You should not call in a cat to settle the argument of two birds." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

You should not call in a cat to settle the argument of two birds. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

213. "One man's beard is burning, and another warms his hands by it." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

One man's beard is burning, and another warms his hands by it. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

214. "You can often find in rivers what you cannot find in oceans." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

You can often find in rivers what you cannot find in oceans. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

215. "Don't bargain for fish which are still in the water." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't bargain for fish which are still in the water. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

216. "Don't delay today's work until tomorrow." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't delay today's work until tomorrow. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

217. "It is better to sit down than to stand, it is better to lie down than to sit, but death is the best of all." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is better to sit down than to stand, it is better to lie down than to sit, but death is the best of all. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

218. "Use medicine as well as prayers." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Use medicine as well as prayers. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

219. "The crab instructs its young, “Walk straight ahead, like me”." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The crab instructs its young, “Walk straight ahead, like me”. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

220. "Deceive me about the price but not about the goods." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Deceive me about the price but not about the goods. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

221. "A monkey that amuses me is better than a deer astray." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A monkey that amuses me is better than a deer astray. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

222. "An adder with its poisonous fangs taken out is nothing more than a piece of rope." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

An adder with its poisonous fangs taken out is nothing more than a piece of rope. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

223. "Clouds that thunder seldom rain." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Clouds that thunder seldom rain. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

224. "Where the needle goes, the thread follows." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Where the needle goes, the thread follows. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

225. "Conquer a man who never gives by gifts; Subdue untruthful men by truthfulness; Vanquish an angry man by gentleness; And overcome the evil man by goodness." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Conquer a man who never gives by gifts; Subdue untruthful men by truthfulness; Vanquish an angry man by gentleness; And overcome the evil man by goodness. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

226. "You may lock up the cock, but the sun will still rise." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

You may lock up the cock, but the sun will still rise. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

227. "A book is like a garden carried in the pocket." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A book is like a garden carried in the pocket. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

228. "I had no shoes and complained, until I met a man who had no feet." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

I had no shoes and complained, until I met a man who had no feet. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

229. "Stolen sugar is the sweetest." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Stolen sugar is the sweetest. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

230. "A man laughs at others and weeps for himself." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A man laughs at others and weeps for himself. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

231. "A man without money is like a bow without arrows." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A man without money is like a bow without arrows. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

232. "Better than the ignorant are those who read books; better still are those who retain what they read; even better are those who understand it; the best of all are those who go to work." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Better than the ignorant are those who read books; better still are those who retain what they read; even better are those who understand it; the best of all are those who go to work. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

233. "Death is a camel which sleeps in everyone's house." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Death is a camel which sleeps in everyone's house. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

234. "Do not blame God for having created the tiger, but thank him for not having given it wings." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Do not blame God for having created the tiger, but thank him for not having given it wings. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

235. "Advice sharpens a rusty opinion." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Advice sharpens a rusty opinion. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

236. "The cobra will bite you whether you call it cobra or Mr. Cobra." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The cobra will bite you whether you call it cobra or Mr. Cobra. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

237. "God laughs when you steal from a thief." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

God laughs when you steal from a thief. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

238. "Health is wealth." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Health is wealth. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

239. "A foolish bride gets no presents." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A foolish bride gets no presents. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

240. "To loan is to buy troubles." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

To loan is to buy troubles. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

241. "The ambitious one makes friends with the elephant, then tramples upon the ant." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The ambitious one makes friends with the elephant, then tramples upon the ant. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

242. "Theologians, dogs, and singers always disagree." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Theologians, dogs, and singers always disagree. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

243. "The hot sun melts away the snow; when anger comes, does wisdom go." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The hot sun melts away the snow; when anger comes, does wisdom go. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

244. "The crow was killed by the storm, “He died by my curse, ” says the owl." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The crow was killed by the storm, “He died by my curse, ” says the owl. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

245. "The soldier's wife is always a widow." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The soldier's wife is always a widow. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

246. "Anger ends in cruelty." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Anger ends in cruelty. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

247. "The tongue is safe; even among thirty teeth." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The tongue is safe; even among thirty teeth. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

248. "The most beautiful things in the universe are the starry heavens above us and the feeling of duty within us." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The most beautiful things in the universe are the starry heavens above us and the feeling of duty within us. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

249. "That which blossoms must also decay." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

That which blossoms must also decay. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

250. "Learning is a treasure no thief can touch." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Learning is a treasure no thief can touch. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

251. "If they don't exchange a few words, father and son will never know one another." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

If they don't exchange a few words, father and son will never know one another. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

252. "Any water in the desert will do." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Any water in the desert will do. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

253. "Like the body that is made up of different limbs and organs, all moral creatures must depend on each other to exist." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Like the body that is made up of different limbs and organs, all moral creatures must depend on each other to exist. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

254. "Call on God, but row away from the rocks." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Call on God, but row away from the rocks. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

255. "A house without a woman is the devil's own lodging." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A house without a woman is the devil's own lodging. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

256. "For the first five years of your son's life treat him as a prince, for the next ten years as a slave, then as a friend for the rest of his life." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

For the first five years of your son's life treat him as a prince, for the next ten years as a slave, then as a friend for the rest of his life. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

257. "It is worse to excuse than to offend." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is worse to excuse than to offend. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

258. "Among the blind, the one-eyed man is king." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Among the blind, the one-eyed man is king. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

259. "Man is like a bubble of water on the ocean." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Man is like a bubble of water on the ocean. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

260. "One man's house burns so that another may warm himself." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

One man's house burns so that another may warm himself. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

261. "When money is not a servant it is a master." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

When money is not a servant it is a master. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

262. "In a tree that you can't climb, there are always a thousand fruits." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

In a tree that you can't climb, there are always a thousand fruits. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

263. "Man loves his own mistakes." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Man loves his own mistakes. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

264. "One finger can't lift a pebble." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

One finger can't lift a pebble. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

265. "You do not stumble over a mountain, but you do over a stone." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

You do not stumble over a mountain, but you do over a stone. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

266. "The world flatters the elephant and tramples on the ant." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The world flatters the elephant and tramples on the ant. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

267. "Never stand in front of a judge or behind a donkey." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Never stand in front of a judge or behind a donkey. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

268. "Be like a camel, carrying sweets but dining on thorns." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Be like a camel, carrying sweets but dining on thorns. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

269. "A buffalo does not feel the weight of his own horns." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A buffalo does not feel the weight of his own horns. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

270. "Be bad to the bad; good to the good; be a flower to other flowers and a thorn to other thorns." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Be bad to the bad; good to the good; be a flower to other flowers and a thorn to other thorns. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

271. "It is better to be blind than to see things from only one point of view." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

It is better to be blind than to see things from only one point of view. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

272. "He who loves drives a nail into his heart." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who loves drives a nail into his heart. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

273. "The man who has mounted an elephant will not fear the bark of a dog." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The man who has mounted an elephant will not fear the bark of a dog. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

274. "Complaining is the weak man's weapon." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Complaining is the weak man's weapon. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

275. "Don't let grass grow on the path of friendship." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Don't let grass grow on the path of friendship. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

276. "What is the use of crying when the birds ate the whole farm?" (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

What is the use of crying when the birds ate the whole farm? (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

277. "Eat fire and your mouth burn; live on credit and your pride will burn." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Eat fire and your mouth burn; live on credit and your pride will burn. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

278. "Brains are not to be found in the beard." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Brains are not to be found in the beard. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

279. "The lawyer's pouch is a mouth of Hell." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The lawyer's pouch is a mouth of Hell. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

280. "Drops join to make a stream; ears combine to make a crop." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Drops join to make a stream; ears combine to make a crop. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

281. "Something done at the wrong time should be regarded as not done." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Something done at the wrong time should be regarded as not done. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

282. "He who has come through the fire will fade in the sun." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who has come through the fire will fade in the sun. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

283. "Pearls are of no value in a desert." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Pearls are of no value in a desert. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

284. "We can't change the direction of the wind, but we can adjust the sails." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

We can't change the direction of the wind, but we can adjust the sails. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

285. "A dog will not make himself look like a horse just by cutting off his tail." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A dog will not make himself look like a horse just by cutting off his tail. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

286. "Without love everything is in vain." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Without love everything is in vain. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

287. "The worst kind of poverty is to have many debts." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The worst kind of poverty is to have many debts. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

288. "Life is not a continuum of pleasant choices, but of inevitable problems that call for strength, determination, and hard work." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Life is not a continuum of pleasant choices, but of inevitable problems that call for strength, determination, and hard work. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

289. "When you drink milk under the palm tree, people will say that it is palm wine." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

When you drink milk under the palm tree, people will say that it is palm wine. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

290. "There is a great uproar made about the debt of a poor man." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

There is a great uproar made about the debt of a poor man. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

291. "Whoever eats a pancake never counts the holes in it." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Whoever eats a pancake never counts the holes in it. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

292. "A cat in a cage becomes a lion." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A cat in a cage becomes a lion. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

293. "You may never die before death arrives." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

You may never die before death arrives. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

294. "One person can burn water, while another can't even burn oil." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

One person can burn water, while another can't even burn oil. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

295. "There are only two things from which to choose, profit or loss." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

There are only two things from which to choose, profit or loss. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

296. "Those who hunt deer sometimes raise tigers." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Those who hunt deer sometimes raise tigers. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

297. "A pearl is worthless as long as it is still in its shell." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A pearl is worthless as long as it is still in its shell. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

298. "The nose didn't smell the rotting head." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The nose didn't smell the rotting head. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

299. "He who dreams for too long will become like his shadow." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

He who dreams for too long will become like his shadow. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

300. "Weeping washes the face." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Weeping washes the face. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

301. "The first day a guest, the second day a guest, the third day a calamity." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The first day a guest, the second day a guest, the third day a calamity. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

302. "Not all the buds on a bush will blossom." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Not all the buds on a bush will blossom. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

303. "Love from someone who is bad is worse than his hatred." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

Love from someone who is bad is worse than his hatred. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

304. "After eating nine hundred rats, the cat is now going on a pilgrimage." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

After eating nine hundred rats, the cat is now going on a pilgrimage. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

305. "War is to men, childbirth is to women." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

War is to men, childbirth is to women. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

306. "When an elephant is in trouble, even a frog will kick him." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

When an elephant is in trouble, even a frog will kick him. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

307. "The poor looks for food and the rich man for appetite." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The poor looks for food and the rich man for appetite. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

308. "In love, beggar and king are equal." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

In love, beggar and king are equal. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

309. "A person who misses a chance and the monkey who misses its branch can't be saved." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

A person who misses a chance and the monkey who misses its branch can't be saved. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

310. "There is nothing noble in being superior to some other person. The true nobility is in being superior to your previous self." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

There is nothing noble in being superior to some other person. The true nobility is in being superior to your previous self. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings

 

311. "The heart at rest sees a feast in everything." (Indian Sayings) Click to tweet

The heart at rest sees a feast in everything. (Indian Sayings);  #AsianSayings