Book of Common and Uncommon Proverbs

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Pustak Mahal, 2004 - Proverbs - 152 pages
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While there are numerous Indian and foreign books on proverbs, what sets this book apart is that this is the only one to list proverbs by country and culture with entries from A to Z. Besides, many of the annotations are comprehensive with extra information on certain cultures and customs, which will enhance readers' general knowledge. And readers seeking proverbs on specific topics can simply flip to the Index and find what they are looking for. Furthermore, the emphasis of this book is on uncommon proverbs, which ensures readers more value for money. There is a special section on Indian sayings, under the heading Oriental Proverbs. the book contains almost 25 per cent Indian proverbs. the universal insights and moral teachings in these proverbs will undoubtedly help readers broaden their mental and spiritual horizons.

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