Hyor Nai Pilai, Zangay Zilay

Sandeep Misri submitted this entry 11 years ago


The converse ! If you want to do something good there always will be crooks to pull you down . Kashmiris no exception.
Akmisri wrote this 11 years ago
It sounds more like a desperate attempt by a short and weaker person to at least inflict some damage on a taller and stronger opponent
Shikha wrote this 11 years ago
Surbhi wrote this 11 years ago
"Hyor Nai Pilai, Zangay Zilay" is a Kashmiri proverb which literally means "I may not be tall enough to reach up, but I surely can claw and scrape your legs". This proverb in many ways reflects the general Kashmiri approach and attitude that many generations have adopted over time. It's about making the best of the situation and not letting your weakness become the handicap!
Sandeep Misri wrote this 11 years ago


Sandeep added 11 years ago
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