Indian Proverbs (394 Proverbs)


  • Who is the happiest person in the world? An unfaithful husband.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • To long for everything: sorrow; to accept everything: joy.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • The one who teaches is the giver of eyes.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • Rather be a slave to a rich man than the spouse of a poor man.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • It is worse to excuse than to offend.
    (Indian Proverb)


  • He who loves the truth has many enemies.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • When the mother dies the father becomes an uncle.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • There are three things that refresh the heart and reduce your grief water, flowers, and a beautiful woman.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • The first day a guest, the second day a guest, the third day a calamity.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • One man can burn water, whereas another cannot even burn oil.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • In a tree that you can't climb, there are always a thousand fruits.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • Happy is the woman whose husband does not speak to her.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • You can only lean against that which resists.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • What does the blind man know of the beauty of the tulip?
    (Indian Proverb)

  • The tree casts its shadow on everything, even upon the woodcutter.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • The ambitious one makes friends with the elephant, then tramples upon the ant.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • Love from someone who is bad is worse than his hatred.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • If you are up to your knees in pleasure, then you are up to your waist in grief.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • Every man is the guardian of his own honor.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • 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 Proverb)

  • To give jewels to a donkey is as stupid as giving a eunuch to a woman.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • The most beautiful things in the universe are the starry heavens above us and the feeling of duty within us.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • Pull someone by the ears and his head will follow.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • It is only in your coffin that you sleep really well.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • He who loves drives a nail into his heart.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • When the bed breaks, there is the ground to lie on.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • There are only two things from which to choose: profit or loss.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • The eyes do not see what the mind does not want.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • Of what use is the veil if you are going to dance.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • In a deserted village the jackass is king.
    (Indian Proverb)


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