63 Kashmir Proverbs / Page 2.
21. It is not the thunder that causes the rain.
22. It may be easier to perceive error than to find truth.
23. It may not pay to weigh everyone in the same scales.
24. Lice flourish in rags.
25. May God save me from the one I saved.
26. Maybe a naked person should not be taken to a cloth shop.
27. Never scatter pearls for the cocks.
28. Nine days wonders are forgotten soon after that.
29. One man cut the bund/barrage, and a thousand people fell into the river.
30. One man's beard is on fire, and another man warms his hands on it.
31. One may be generous at heart, but may not be able to afford it.
32. One should set sails with the tide.
33. One should strive to maintain one's honour.
34. One should try to get enormously benefited by a small effort.
35. People pretend to dislike what they cannot get.
36. Prosperity improves one's personality, adversity cripples it.
37. Prosperity teaches one, and poverty puts one to shame.
38. Relations last longer when the family is in distress.
39. Rice tastes good when properly cooked, and talking is good when the opportunity is ripe.
40. She wants to have buttermilk, but has hidden the pot brought for it behind one's back.