Palindrome

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Palindrome

A Palindrome is a word, phase or a sequence of character that reads the same when either spelt forward or backward. Example of palindrome are “A man, a plan, a card Panama”, “race car”, “taco cat”, “was it a car or a cat I saw” and “No X in Nixon”.

Comparing literature in Palindrome are example of constrained writing. This word has caused by the English play writer Ben Johnson. In the 17th century. This words originates fro Greek roots. Palin (again) and dromos (away, direction)

In several literature pieces across the globe there are several example or instances of palindrome like those in Urdu, Bengali, English, Sanskrit, Tamil literature palindrome have been used quite often.

Other examples of palindrome includes “madam I’m adam”. Even the very name of an Indian language Malayalam is itself a palindrome.

The palindromes would appear interesting to the children and they can easily identify and its nature.

Soumalya, 14 years