Most popular Indian proverbs quotes
Anger ends in cruelty.
Large desire is endless poverty.
A smile you sent, will always return.
Even a cat is a lion in her own lair.
Nonviolence is the supreme law of life.
When the devil leaves, heaven comes in.
Separation secures manifest friendship.
No one was ever lost on a straight road.
Listen or thy tongue will keep thee deaf.
You can never enter the same river twice.
To the mediocre, mediocrity appears great.
You can only lean against that which resists.
To watch us dance is to hear our hearts speak.
Great anger is more destructive than the sword.
Don't let grass grow on the path of friendship.
Don't bargain for fish which are still in the water.
Fate and self-help share equally in shaping our destiny.
For the friendship of two, the patience of one is required.
You can often find in rivers what you cannot find in oceans.
The crab instructs its young, "Walk straight ahead—like me."
I had no shoes and complained, until I met a man who had no feet.
When we take one step toward to God, he takes seven steps toward us.
If you live in the river you should make friends with the crocodiles.
A person consists of his faith. Whatever is his faith, even so is he.
If you're going to live by the river, make friends with the crocodile.
A person who misses a chance and the monkey who misses its branch can't be saved.
Do not blame God for having created the tiger, but thank him for not having given it wings.
Talk to your children while they are eating; what you say will stay even after you are gone.
The most beautiful things in the universe are the starry heavens above us and the feeling of duty within us.
These can never be true friends: Hope, dice, a prostitute, a robber, a cheat, a goldsmith, a monkey, a doctor, a distiller.
Life is not a continuum of pleasant choices, but of inevitable problems that call for strength, determination, and hard work.
The way to overcome the angry man is with gentleness, the evil man with goodness, the miser with generosity and the liar with truth.
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.
Blaming your faults on your nature does not change the nature of your faults. 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.