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Whistling in the wind

This phrase suggests the futility of some endeavor; for example, the futility of an attempt to impart wisdom to one not ready to receive it.

"The teacher told Carl to study before the test, but she was whistling in the wind."

This, and this suggest that the phrase "Bhains ke aage been bajana" points to the futility of playing a tune before an insensitive audience (I see no mention of stupidity). I would submit that the wind is at least as incapable of appreciating a whistled tune as a buffalo is of appreciating a fluted tune.

Whistling in the wind

This phrase suggests the futility of some endeavor; for example, the futility of an attempt to impart wisdom to one not ready to receive it.

"The teacher told Carl to study before the test, but she was whistling in the wind."

Whistling in the wind

This phrase suggests the futility of some endeavor; for example, the futility of an attempt to impart wisdom to one not ready to receive it.

"The teacher told Carl to study before the test, but she was whistling in the wind."

This, and this suggest that the phrase "Bhains ke aage been bajana" points to the futility of playing a tune before an insensitive audience (I see no mention of stupidity). I would submit that the wind is at least as incapable of appreciating a whistled tune as a buffalo is of appreciating a fluted tune.

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Whistling in the wind

This phrase suggests the futility of some endeavor; for example, the futility of an attempt to impart wisdom to one not ready to receive it.

"The teacher told Carl to study before the test, but she was whistling in the wind."