The simile is used where even if there are differences in the two objects or substances, they are equated or compared or compared to more than that in the description of an object, there is an analog. This parity is done on the basis of form, color, and jaggery. Neelima is as beautiful as the moon, with both "Neelima" and "Moon" being beautiful in the line, the analogy (similarity) has been established in both. When an object or person is shown to have a similarity with any other object or person that is enhanced in that quality, there is a simile.
Hyperbole - Where an attribute or condition is exaggerated, that is, where an object is described so exaggerated that the general public limit is violated, there is exaggerated embellishment. That is, when the limit or dignity of the public society is broken in describing a person or thing, it is called exaggeration. See, this is the city of Saket, it is going to meet heaven in the sky. Explanation - Here the tall building of Saket Nagari is shown touching the height of the sky. Therefore, exaggeration is ornamentation.