Slogans and Quotations of Famous & Eminent Personalities
There are thousands of quotes/slogans uttered by hundreds of eminent personalities consisting of authors, novelist, philosophers, scientists, social workers, politicians, poets, historian, freedom fighters, philanthropist, etc and so on. Almost all the quotes are carrying inner meaning as well as showing remarkable personalities of them.
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- “And all the maen and women merely players” – Shakespeare
- “Aram haram hai” – Pandit Jawahar Lal Neheru
- “East is east and west is west. Never the twin shall meet” – Rudyard Kipling
- “The proper study of mankind is man” – Alexander Pope
- “Man is by nature a political animal” – Aristotle
- “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely” – Lord Acton
- “Light is the shadow of God” – Plato
- “Nevertheless it moves” – Galileo
- “Good Government is not a substitute of self Government” – Lord Morley
- “Beauty is truth, truth is beauty” – John Keats
- “A thing of beauty is joy of forever” – John Keats
- “Whom the God’s love die young” – Lord Byron
- “Truth and nonviolence is my God” – Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
- “Let hundred flowers bloom and let hundred school of thought content” – Mao Tse Tung
- “Better to reign in the hell to serve in the heaven” – John Milton
- “Religion is the opium of people” – Karl Marx
- “As for me, give me liberty or give me death” – Patrick Henry
- “Superstition is the religion of feeble mind” - Edmund Burk
- “That Government is the best which governs the least” – Herbert Spencer
- ”Knowledge is power” – Francis Bacon
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