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Hindi Proverbs( )

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1. A gram can not break the furnace.
2. - A robber in the grab of a saint.
3. Coming events cast their shadows
before.
4. Words and deeds differ of a bad
person.
5. The obvious needs no evidence.
6. Once plotted can not be blotted.
7. , / Adversity kills
intelligence / Misfortune spoils the mind.
8. There is no smoke without fire.
9. Between a rock and a hard place.
10. , Jump from the frying pan into the
fire.
11. A drowning man will clutch at a straw.
12. / Empty vessels make
much noise.
13. Rod is the logic of fools.
14. Black has no other hue.
15. , Crying in wilderness.
16. One rotten fish pollutes
the whole pond.
17. , Talk of the devil and he is sure to
appear.
18. The darkest hour is just before
the dawn.
19. Theres a time and a place for
everything.
20. There is safety in numbers.
21. People who live in
glass houses shouldnt throw stones.
22. When in Rome, Do as Romans do.
23. Haste makes waste.
24. Let the sleeping dog lie / Let bygones be
bygones.
25. Money is the root of all evil.
26. Money talks.
27. Icing on the cake.
28. A coward dies a thousand
times before his death.
29. Birds of same feather, flock together.
30. A honey tongue, a heart of gall.
31. Do good and cast it into the river.
32. A wolf in lambs clothing.
33. Idle hands are devils workshop.
34. What does a monkey know the
taste of a ginger.
35. Knows no dance and claims the
stage is tilted.
36. Might is right.
37. She is shedding crocodile tears.
38. - Once bitten twice shy.
39. The drum sounds better at a
distance.
40. Stretch your legs only till the size of
your counter pan.
41. A one-eyed man is king amongst blind
men.
42. Why repent now, when
birds has already eaten the crop.
43. Facts dont require proof to stand
correct.
44. The thief blaming the cop.
45. Where there is a will there is a way.
46. A speck in the beard of a thief.
47. A friend in need is a friend
indeed.
48. Cumin in camels mouth.
49. , By hook or by
crook.