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Meaning: Decisions shouldn't be made primarily on appearance or one should not jump to conclusion immediately at the first sight of a situation. Outward appearances are not a reliable indication of the true character of someone or something.   “Oh God, there she is!” Exclaimed Danny, a young teenager belonging to a middle class family. He had fallen in love...

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Meaning: To get a sour deal. Like, when you buy something that proves to be totally useless. For example, to purchase a vehicle that constantly gives problems or stops running after you drive it away. Once upon a time there lived a young boy, Manoj. He was a day dreamer and always wanted to stay ahead in the race of...
Meaning: A family bond is closer than anything else. In modern society, the proverb "blood is thicker than water" is used to imply that family ties are always more important than the ties you make among friends. It generally means that the bonds of family and common ancestry are stronger than the bonds between unrelated people. Once upon a time...
Meaning: It is easy for a foolish person to lose his/her money. Once upon a time there lived a prince. Being the only son he was born and brought up with lot of care and affection. If he ever asked or wished for something, his parents would not leave any stone unturned. Following the same life style, the prince got accustomed...
Meaning: Everyone involved must unify and function together or it will not work out. Once upon a time there was a small village. People of the village lived in harmony with each other and every second house seemed to be the extension of the same family. The land of that village was very fertile and produced bumper crops each year but...
Meaning - Something good that isn't recognized at first. Once upon a time there lived a poor, old couple in a small village. They had a small field, which they ploughed to earn their living. Every day, early morning the old man used to go to his field for work and later in afternoon his wife would bring him his food...
Meaning: Having something that is certain is much better than taking a risk for more, because chances are you might lose everything. Once upon a time there lived a young man, Mohan. He was self content with his small shop where he managed to earn his bread and butter. Like any other good natured person he too was often surrounded...
Meaning: Being upset for something that happened in the past. One upon a time, there lived a young girl Meera. She was a beautiful and bright girl. She was very intelligent too and outshined all the students in her class. Meera was a teachers’ pet  and everyone was very fond of her. Most of the students in her class wanted to...
Meaning: When you are mistreated, the same way you mistreat others Once upon a time there lived a very cruel King named Pratap. People of his kingdom feared him as all were well aware about the fact that he was ruthless; considering his history. He had imprisoned the old King Udham and took away his kingdom. There was hardly any person...
Meaning: You cannot change who you are. Once upon a time there lived a young 10 year old boy Mohan in a small town. He belonged to a middle class family. Mohan was very ambitious and often dreamt big dreams. In school he had a friend Rohit who belonged to a rich merchant. Rohit was always flooded with expensive things from...
Meaning: By not spending money, you are saving money (little by little). Once upon a time there lived two friends Sohan and Mohan in a small town. Both of them were childhood friends and ready to do anything for each other. Though both were very close to each other, still there was a stark difference between both their natures. Sohan was...
Meaning: A visual presentation is far more descriptive than words. Once upon a time there lived a young boy Raju, in a small village. He had never stepped out of his village and the outside world was totally unknown to him. He often played with his friends during the day and at night would sleep after listening to stories from...