Proverb Source Kashmiri



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  • Proverb Source: Kashmiri

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    Agreement with two people, lamentation with three.

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    Eleven persons take eleven paths.

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    Empty vessels make much noise.

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    Giving advice to a stupid man is like giving salt to a squirrel.

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    I bought the nettle, sowed the nettle, and then the nettle stung me.

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    Ignorance is the peace of life.

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    No strength within, no respect without.

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    No sunshine but hath some shadow.

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    No sweet without sweat.

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    O daughter, I'm telling you. O daughter-in-law, listen to it.

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    One and one are sometimes eleven.

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    One man can burn water, whereas another cannot even burn oil.

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    One man cut the barrage, and a thousand people fell into the river.

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    One man\'s beard is on fire, and another man warms his hands on it.

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    One man's breath's another man's death.

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    Saving mustard seeds in hand, while a watermelon escapes.

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    Service is greatness.

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    The customers are known to the shopkeepers.

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    The danger past, and God forgotten.

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    The fall is nobody's sire.

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    The gardener had not yet dug out the radish, when the beggar held the alms-bowl in front of him.

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    When pumpkins are watered, brinjals [small plants] also get watered.

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    When rogues fallout, honest men come by their own.

    Source: Kashmiri
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