The best part about Hindi language is that there are so many words and variations of a certain feeling that the slightest of emotions can be well described. I have always admired some of the great thoughts. Some of the ones that are not so popular, yet ones with great meaning are:
“Agar kabhi tum apne sapno ko pehchaan kar kuch karna chahte ho, to wo aj karo. Kya pata kal ye waqt aur ye alam ho na ho”
“Sundarta har ek ke paas hai par har koi use pehchaan nahi pata”
“Mafi mangne ka matlab hamesha ye nahi hota ki tum gunhegar ho, kabhi kabhi rishton ko bachane ke liye bhi mafi mangni padti hai”
“Pyaar ka matlab ye nahi hai ki aap kisi ke liye kis had tak ja sakte hain. Iski matlab ye hai ki aap kisi ko kitna chah sakte hain, kitna hasa sakte hain and apne pyaar se use kitna karib la sakte hain”
“Kisi ki sahayta karne ke liye paisa hona zaruri nahi hai. Bas ek dil hona chahiye”
I would appreciate if anyone could share some more Hindi thoughts with meaning.
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