Never try to befool others
On the banks of the river Ganga, there lived a fraud brahmin. He used to befool people coming there. One day a rich merchant came to the river bank. Seeing him, the brahmin took some wet soil in his hands and said, “The soil of the banks of the Ganga is no less than gold,” and put that on the forehead of the merchant. Then he asked for dakshina. But the merchant was also a clever man and was aware of the fraudulence of the brahmins. He picked up a frog jumping there and handing it to the brahmin, said, “This frog is also of the bank of the Ganga. It is no less than a cow. And what could be a better dakshina to a brahmin than a cow?”
Moral: Never try to befool others.