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August 13, 2006

Lakeer ka fakir

Master of a line

Meaning: To go about the same old beaten path

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

its just a bit funny when we get people who have this personality, especially in the work-place- it's a sign of the times and when a person is so proud to be a member of a particular group- my advice- that person is not upto much.

Zulo said...

which indian language are these proverbs from?

AS said...

@ Zulo....these proverbs are from India..mainly from the northern part of the country. The language is Hindi.Thanks.

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Anonymous said...

What is the English Idom corresponding to this situation?

Anonymous said...

Pakistan was born from the womb of India. Yes this is Urdu and it is from the unified Bharat.

Anonymous said...

heaves people, dont fight over where is the f**king proverbs from. there is one place earth, one creed humanity and let it be an end of it.... \,,/