Creative Proverbs from the Hindu Culutre
Creative Proverbs from the . .
Hindu* Culture
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Background: Hinduism is the beliefs, practices, and socioreligious institutions of the Hindus, originally, the inhabitants of the land of the Indus River. The term the term properly denotes the Indian civilization of approximately the last 2,000 years. Hinduism constitutes a complex but largely continuous whole and has religious, social, economic, literary, and artistic aspects. As a religion, Hinduism is a composite of diverse doctrines, cults, and ways of life.

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Proverbs from the Hindu Culture
Can the monkey know the taste of ginger?
Sleep after selling horses and elephants.
These three take crooked ways: carts, boats, and musicians.
Eating while seated makes one of large size; eating while standing makes one strong.
Of what use is the veil if you are going to dance.

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