59 Sayings of Sanskrit Origin - Strong Love Quotes

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59 Sayings of Sanskrit Origin

1. "A woman talks to one man, looks at another, and thinks about a third." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

A woman talks to one man, looks at another, and thinks about a third. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

2. "They know not their own defects who search for the defects of others." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

They know not their own defects who search for the defects of others. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

3. "There is nothing like knowledge in this world." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

There is nothing like knowledge in this world. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

4. "Money accomplishes tasks." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Money accomplishes tasks. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

5. "The beggar is not afraid of the drawbacks of being rich." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

The beggar is not afraid of the drawbacks of being rich. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

6. "If a man's heart be impure, all things will appear hostile to him." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

If a man's heart be impure, all things will appear hostile to him. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

7. "A fool who knows he is a fool has a little intelligence, but a fool that thinks he is intelligent is really a fool." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

A fool who knows he is a fool has a little intelligence, but a fool that thinks he is intelligent is really a fool. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

8. "The wind sweeps the road clean." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

The wind sweeps the road clean. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

9. "As day breaks, the glowworms say “We've lit up the world!”." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

As day breaks, the glowworms say “We've lit up the world!”. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

10. "If you forsake a certainty and depend on an uncertainty, you will lose both the certainty and the uncertainty." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

If you forsake a certainty and depend on an uncertainty, you will lose both the certainty and the uncertainty. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

11. "Virtue is adored everywhere." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Virtue is adored everywhere. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

12. "A sin that is confessed is less heavy to bear." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

A sin that is confessed is less heavy to bear. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

13. "Wisdom is the right measure of one's strength." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Wisdom is the right measure of one's strength. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

14. "Helping others is one step closer to god." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Helping others is one step closer to god. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

15. "The tip of a finger cannot be touched by itself." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

The tip of a finger cannot be touched by itself. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

16. "Effort of hard work will never be wasted." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Effort of hard work will never be wasted. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

17. "Educating a person is the best charity." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Educating a person is the best charity. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

18. "Diamond cuts diamond." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Diamond cuts diamond. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

19. "Love is a crocodile in the river of desire." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Love is a crocodile in the river of desire. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

20. "The wise must be respected, even when the advice they give is not suitable." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

The wise must be respected, even when the advice they give is not suitable. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

21. "All we can hold in our cold dead hands is what we have given away." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

All we can hold in our cold dead hands is what we have given away. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

22. "Take a close look at today, because yesterday is but a dream and tomorrow is barely a vision." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Take a close look at today, because yesterday is but a dream and tomorrow is barely a vision. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

23. "Punishment has got 10 credits to its name." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Punishment has got 10 credits to its name. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

24. "An elephant never tires of carrying his own trunk." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

An elephant never tires of carrying his own trunk. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

25. "Snakes turn milk into poison." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Snakes turn milk into poison. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

26. "The greatest hero is one who has control over his desires." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

The greatest hero is one who has control over his desires. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

27. "As the spokes of a wheel are attached to the hub, so all things are attached to life." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

As the spokes of a wheel are attached to the hub, so all things are attached to life. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

28. "To quarrel with a man of good speech is better than to converse with a man who does not speak well." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

To quarrel with a man of good speech is better than to converse with a man who does not speak well. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

29. "Life is a cycle of happiness followed by sufferings and vice versa." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Life is a cycle of happiness followed by sufferings and vice versa. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

30. "Truth has but one color, a lie has many." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Truth has but one color, a lie has many. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

31. "Where there is a fire there is definitely a smoke cloud." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Where there is a fire there is definitely a smoke cloud. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

32. "A house without a child is like a tomb." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

A house without a child is like a tomb. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

33. "Keep away from the wicked." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Keep away from the wicked. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

34. "You sometimes forget the harm that was done to you, but never the harm you have done to others." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

You sometimes forget the harm that was done to you, but never the harm you have done to others. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

35. "Unhappy person experiences no pleasure in life." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Unhappy person experiences no pleasure in life. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

36. "There is no bigger virtue than compassion." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

There is no bigger virtue than compassion. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

37. "By slitting the ears and cutting the tail, a dog is still a dog, not a horse, not an ass." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

By slitting the ears and cutting the tail, a dog is still a dog, not a horse, not an ass. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

38. "Where there is no honey, we have to make do with treacle." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Where there is no honey, we have to make do with treacle. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

39. "If you gently touch a nettle it'll sting you for your pains; grasp it like a lad of mettle, an as soft as silk remains." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

If you gently touch a nettle it'll sting you for your pains; grasp it like a lad of mettle, an as soft as silk remains. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

40. "Mother and Motherland are like heaven." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Mother and Motherland are like heaven. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

41. "Unity is strength." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Unity is strength. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

42. "A woman's appetite is twice that of a man's; her sexual desire, four times; her intelligence, eight times." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

A woman's appetite is twice that of a man's; her sexual desire, four times; her intelligence, eight times. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

43. "The water from the river becomes salty when it reaches the ocean." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

The water from the river becomes salty when it reaches the ocean. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

44. "Education is god in the realm of practical world." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Education is god in the realm of practical world. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

45. "What nectar can be drunk with the ears? Good advice." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

What nectar can be drunk with the ears? Good advice. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

46. "Yesterday is but a dream, tomorrow is 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." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Yesterday is but a dream, tomorrow is 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. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

47. "You cannot cook one half of the chicken and leave the other lay eggs." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

You cannot cook one half of the chicken and leave the other lay eggs. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

48. "Silence could be used as a tool to accomplish things." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Silence could be used as a tool to accomplish things. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

49. "Fear is the fever of life." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Fear is the fever of life. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

50. "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." (Sanskrit 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. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

51. "The diamond in your belly sparkles on your face." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

The diamond in your belly sparkles on your face. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

52. "Let the charity giver be happy." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Let the charity giver be happy. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

53. "Who is the happiest person in the world? An unfaithful husband." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Who is the happiest person in the world? An unfaithful husband. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

54. "There are none so deaf as those who will not hear advice." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

There are none so deaf as those who will not hear advice. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

55. "Sorrow for the death of a father lasts six months; sorrow for a mother, a year; sorrow for a wife, until another wife; sorrow for a son, forever." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Sorrow for the death of a father lasts six months; sorrow for a mother, a year; sorrow for a wife, until another wife; sorrow for a son, forever. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

56. "A good well-lived today makes every yesterday a dream of a good future, and every morning is a vision of hope." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

A good well-lived today makes every yesterday a dream of a good future, and every morning is a vision of hope. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

57. "Strategy is better than strength." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Strategy is better than strength. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

58. "There are three things that refresh the heart and reduce your grief water, flowers, and a beautiful woman." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

There are three things that refresh the heart and reduce your grief water, flowers, and a beautiful woman. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

59. "Dharma, when protected, protects." (Sanskrit Sayings) Click to tweet

Dharma, when protected, protects. (Sanskrit Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings