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Teachings from Tamil Folklore Stories

A small but effective collection of teachings from Tamil folklore stories.

Only when both hands meet sound is produced.

The danger that was aimed at the head luckily went off with the turban.

Even the king of Delhi is a child to his mother.

The dislike daughter-in-law can never please her in-laws. Whatever she may do will be faulty.

The other bank of the river looks green from the opposite bank.

One who sows millet will reap millet. One who sows evil will reap evil.

The baby crow is of golden hue to its mother.