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Top 53 Bengali Proverbs & Idioms (WISDOM)

Top 10 Most Famous Bengali Proverbs (BEST)

Do not live above your means.Pin
Do not live above your means.
Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.Pin
Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.
A bad workman quarrels with his tools.Pin
A bad workman quarrels with his tools.
Can't clap with one hand.Pin
Can’t clap with one hand.
As the act so the result.Pin
As the act so the result.
Kings wag wars with each other but the reeds die.Pin
Kings wag wars with each other but the reeds die.
One's harvest month is another's complete devastation.Pin
One’s harvest month is another’s complete devastation.
While there is life, there is hope.Pin
While there is life, there is hope.
Excess vanity was Lanka's fall.Pin
Excess vanity was Lanka’s fall.
Scattering pearls in a forest of reeds.Pin
Scattering pearls in a forest of reeds.

14 Wise Bengali Proverbs About Life

Think before you act, not after it.Pin
Think before you act, not after it.
Eyes are the mirror of the mind.Pin
Eyes are the mirror of the mind.
In greed there is sin; in sin there is death.Pin
In greed there is sin; in sin there is death.
Time flow like a river's current.Pin
Time flow like a river’s current.
One who goes to Lanka turns into Raavan.Pin
One who goes to Lanka turns into Raavan.
A one-eyed uncle is better than no uncle.Pin
A one-eyed uncle is better than no uncle.
Good wine needs no bush.Pin
Good wine needs no bush.
Building castles in the air.Pin
Building castles in the air.
You must not see things with half an eye.Pin
You must not see things with half an eye.
You can never expect all members of a group to think alike.Pin
You can never expect all members of a group to think alike.
Empty vessels sound much.Pin
Empty vessels sound much.
All’s well that ends well.Pin
All’s well that ends well.
Even death is preferable to bondage.Pin
Even death is preferable to bondage.
Grasp all, lose all.Pin
Grasp all, lose all.

9 Bengali Proverbs That Inspires Success

Trying to stand with your feet in two boats.Pin
Trying to stand with your feet in two boats.
The different path of the one-eyed cow.Pin
The different path of the one-eyed cow.
Hitting two birds with one stone.Pin
Hitting two birds with one stone.
While there is breath, there is hope.Pin
While there is breath, there is hope.
Look before you leap.Pin
Look before you leap.
Practice makes a man perfect.Pin
Practice makes a man perfect.
A stitch in time saves nine.Pin
A stitch in time saves nine.
A fool and his money are soon parted.Pin
A fool and his money are soon parted.
Many a little makes a mickle.Pin
Many a little makes a mickle.

20 Bengali Proverbs That Will Make You Think

The Brahmin left the house, so put away the plough.Pin
The Brahmin left the house, so put away the plough.
Too many ascetics ruin the (gajon) festival.Pin
Too many ascetics ruin the (gajon) festival.
Unthinkable for the next 7 generations.Pin
Unthinkable for the next 7 generations.
A small fry bustles in shallow water.Pin
A small fry bustles in shallow water.
One swallow does not make a summer.Pin
One swallow does not make a summer.
Blame everything on Nondo Ghosh.Pin
Blame everything on Nondo Ghosh.
To err is human.Pin
To err is human.
Out of debt, out of danger.Pin
Out of debt, out of danger.
Covering fish with greens.Pin
Covering fish with greens.
He is wicked to the backbone.Pin
He is wicked to the backbone.
Surrounded by danger from all sides.Pin
Surrounded by danger from all sides.
A prophet is not honored in his own country.Pin
A prophet is not honored in his own country.
Using a thorn to remove a thorn.Pin
Using a thorn to remove a thorn.
Necessity knows no law.Pin
Necessity knows no law.
Something that's been in the trash never goes to heaven.Pin
Something that’s been in the trash never goes to heaven.
Too many cooks spoil the broth.Pin
Too many cooks spoil the broth.
Too much courtesy, too much craft.Pin
Too much courtesy, too much craft.
Singing songs of shiva while husking rice.Pin
Singing songs of shiva while husking rice.
Too much cunning overreaches itself.Pin
Too much cunning overreaches itself.
Half truth is more frightening than falsehood.Pin
Half truth is more frightening than falsehood.
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