KBC 2021: What does the idiom 'koop mandoo' or 'kue ka mendhak hona' mean?
To be shrewd
To fall into a well
To have limited knowledge
To be promising
Answer: To have limited knowledge.
Koop mandoo is a Sanskrit language expression, meaning "frog in a well". In literal sense , it means that it is easier to judge and point out others over how narrow and restricted their mindset is, whereas, at the same time, it is more challenging to accept faults within us .The idiom carry relevance in Chinese folklore as well.
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