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Diwali or Deepavali, the festival of "rows of lights" (Deep = Lamp, Vali =Array), is one of the most important of all Hindu festivals. It is also a significant festival for the Sikh and Jain faiths. Of all the festivals celebrated in India, Diwali is by far the most glamorous and important......... Read More

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Hindi Proverbs -Page 2


Adhajal gagari chalakat jaay
English : Half-filled pot goes spilling out water
Meaning : Those with little knowledge keep showing it. Those who know all are calm/silent.

Hindi Proverb, Hindi Kahavat

Andhoon mein kaanaa raja.
English : A one-eyed man is king amongst blind men.

Hindi Proverb

Ab pachatae hoot kya  jab chidiya chug gayi khet.
English : Why repent now, when the bird has already eaten the crop.
Meaning : There's no use of repentance after time of action passes.

Hindi proverb  

Aap bhala to jag bhala.
English : If one is good, then the whole world is good.
Meaning : If you are good, you will find that everyone else is good too.

Hindi proverb

Anth bhala to sab bhala.
English : If the end is good, everything is good.
Meaning : All's well that ends well.

Ek myaan mein do talawaren nahi samaati.
English : Two swords do not fit in one scabbard.
Meaning : Two of a trade seldom agree.

Naach na jaane aangan tedha
English : Knows no dance, claims the stage is tilted.
Meaning : Said of a person without skill who blames his failure on other things.

Ek haath se taali nahin bajati
English : One hand alone cannot make the clap sound.
Meaning : It takes two to quarrel.


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