Top 67 Best Indian Proverbs About Life

Top 67 Best Indian Proverbs About Life

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Where the needle goes, the thread follows.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Pearls are of no value in a desert.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

It's better to pick a fight with your in-laws than with your neighbors.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Complaining is the weak man's weapon.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

There are three uncertainties: woman, wind, and wealth.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

A man without a woman is only half a man.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

A problem is solved when it gets tougher.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Poverty makes thieves, like love makes poets.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

If you live on the river, befriend the crocodile.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

No one was ever lost on a straight road.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

A man without money is like a bow without arrows.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Advice sharpens a rusty opinion.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Believe what you see and not all you hear.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

A monkey that amuses me is better than a deer astray.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

A known mistake is better than an unknown truth.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Better a hundred enemies outside the house than one inside.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

If you are up to your knees in pleasure, then you are up to your waist in grief.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

In a tree that you can't climb, there are always a thousand fruits.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Call on God, but row away from the rocks.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Better to have a diamond with a few small flaws than a rock that is perfect.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

He who has a true friend, has no need of a mirror.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

One finger can't lift a pebble.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

You can often find in rivers what you cannot find in oceans.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Death is a camel which sleeps in everyone's house.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

A fight in your neighbor's house is refreshing.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Consult the wise and do not disobey him.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Fish and guests smell when they are three days old.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Among the blind, the one-eyed man is king.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Ask thy purse what thou should buy.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Only two things matter in this world: a son and a daughter.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

The money you dream about will not pay your bills.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Patience is the most beautiful prayer.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Regularity is the best medicine.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

A few more added to this list which I really like.

|--- Indian Proverb. 

 

Never stand in front of a judge or behind a donkey.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Don't eat your bread on someone Else's table.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Great anger is more destructive than the sword.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

He that is bald headed has no need for a comb.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

A tree starts with a seed.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

To sing to the deaf, to talk with the dumb, and to dance for the blind are three foolish things.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

The eyes do not see what the mind does not want.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Don't bargain for fish which are still in the water.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

A book is like a garden carried in the pocket.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

A dog always bites under the knee.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Don't delay today's work until tomorrow.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

A house without children is a graveyard.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

What was hard to bear is sweet to remember.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

A friend advises in his interest, not yours.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

One and one sometimes make eleven.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

There is nothing noble in being superior to some other person.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Follow the river and you will get to the sea.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

To the mediocre, mediocrity appears great.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

The worst kind of poverty is to have many debts.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

You do not stumble over a mountain, but you do over a stone.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Every dog is a tiger in his own street.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Stolen sugar is the sweetest.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Speak like a parrot; meditate like a swan; chew like a goat; and bathe like an elephant.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

A mother is a school, preparing her is like preparing a good nation.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Any water in the desert will do.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

No strength within, no respect without.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Something done at the wrong time should be regarded as not done.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Smiles that you broadcast, will always come back to you.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

The tongue is safe; even among thirty teeth.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Faith keeps the world going.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Whoever eats a pancake never counts the holes in it.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Walking slowly, even the donkey will reach Lhasa.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

It is little use to dig a well after the house has caught fire.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Dependence on another is perpetual disappointment.

|--- Indian Proverb

 

Learning is a treasure no thief can touch.

|--- Indian Proverb

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