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4/01/2013

Walls Have Ears

When I accidentally found the plot of this article, I was helpless to define its right title. Coincidentally, I watched the movie 'Hills have Eyes'. Then I smilingly defined the title of this article as 'Walls Have Ears'. Don't feel overwhelmed. I am not going to program your mind with scary words. Neither is it a horror story site. In fact, this article is about a famous idiom 'Walls Have Ears'. This article tells you from where the idiom came.

Though this idiom is popular idiom all over the world, it originally came from India. A Mughal Emperor built an amazing palace in Lucknow. This palace has 1000 similar doors. But there is only one way to come out of the palace. This palace is called Bhool Bhulaiyaa. Because one, without a guide can easily be lost inside the palace. The another amazing part of Bhool Bhulaiyaa is its walls have ears. If one whispers from a side of its wall another can hear it by sticking ears on the wall. Indian made this amazing palace to trick English attacks.

Bhool Bhulaiyaa is full of many amazing specialties. However I have poured a few words on it so that you enjoy lots of excitement and mystery when you visit here.Hope the article has helped you.
Discovered by +Don Prince 

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