Places That Are Usually Used In Popular Phrases Actually Exist In Real

Blog By fatema  |  12-07-18

We All Keep Using Popular These Popular Phrases From Which One Is 'Bhaad Mei Jaa', Well Guess What 'Bhaad' Actually Do Exists

Saki Naka.

Saki Naka.

All you grownups have obviously heard many people saying ‘Teri maa ki Saki Naka' We will avoid getting to the roots of this one, but what we want to tell you is that Saki Naka is actually a place which is situated in the heart of Mumbai suburbs.


Jhunjhunu.

 Jhunjhunu.

While this feels like we got a name for the sound that a child’s rattle-toy makes, it’s actually a place in Rajasthan, extremely popular for age-old havelis, and royal palaces.

For those who have no idea this exists for real, they often use it to address a rubbish person or an argument altogether—“What a weirdo! Jhunjhunu se hoga!”


Jhumri Telaiya.

Jhumri Telaiya.

“Jhumri Telaiya se aaye ho kya…”, is what you might hear if your city’s name is something as bizarre. But this place exist's for real, it is situated in Jharkhand, Jhumri Telaiya is synonymous with lesser known or insignificant places.


Timbuktu.

Timbuktu.

Every time you propose an trip some where far to your friends, chances are they will take it as a joke and say “isse achha Timbuktu chal lete hain…”.

Situated in Mali, Africa, Timbuktu is that place that has been portrayed in a mysterious manner by many historians. Enough for people from the Western world to say “Timbuktu” when they simply mean “a distant place”.


Bhad.

Bhad.

“Bhad mein ja…” is the most common expression used in moments of frustration, as a direct translation of “go to hell.” BUT, turns out Bhad is a small village in Gujarat with all of 274 families.

Makes us wonder why all those who were asked to go to Bhad haven’t reached there yet? Shouldn’t Bhad be the most populated village already?








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