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Old September 1st, 2015, 08:03 AM
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Re: English equivalent of Hindi/vernacular proverbs/idioms

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Originally Posted by dhurandhar View Post
Prayashcit means reflection on state of mind before the act...prayaah+chit. If one mis-spells it, it may be interpreted as Prayas+Cheat

The English equivalent of prayaschit would be Retrospection.

Paschatap means Penitence after forbidden act (pascha+tap). The english equivalent would be RePentance.
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