Indian Proverbs & Sayings (394 Proverbs)


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

  • It is better to be blind than to see things from only one point of view.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • If a man from humble beginnings gets rich, he will carry his umbrella at midnight.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • 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 Proverb)

  • Eating while seated makes one of large size; eating while standing makes one strong.
    (Indian Proverb)


  • You can convince an ignorant man easily you can convince a wise man more easily. But a man who knows a little and thinks himself to be perfect, not even Brahma can convince.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • When we take one step toward to God, he takes seven steps toward us.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • Undeserved punishment is better than that which is deserved.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • There is a great uproar made about the debt of a poor man.
    (Indian Proverb)

  • The thief that is not caught is a king.
    (Indian Proverb)


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