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Hindi to Punjabi translation

What is Punjabi?

Punjabi is a language that originated in the Punjab region of present-day Pakistan and India.

Punjabi is the third most spoken language in the Indian subcontinent, after Hindi and Bengali.

It is written in a Gurmukhi script, which is derived from the Landa alphabet.

Punjabi is spoken by almost 100 million people as their first language, and it's also an official language of India.

Punjabi speakers are called Punjabis or Panjabis.

About the Punjabi Language in India

Punjabi is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by over 100 million people in India and Pakistan. It is the official language of the Indian state of Punjab and is spoken as a minority language in several other states.

It has been classified as a part of the Indo-Iranian group of languages. Punjabi has its own script which was developed from the Gurmukhi script, which was used for writing in Sanskrit and Hindi.

Punjabi is closely related to Sindhi, Kashmiri, Pashto and Baluchi languages. It is written from left to right with an alphabet that has forty seven letters including ten vowels and thirty seven consonants. Punjabi shares many features with both Hindi and Urdu including vocabulary, grammar, syntax, literary style, script

About the Punjab Region of India

The Indian state of Punjab is the most populous and prosperous region in the country. It is also a key agricultural and industrial region. In fact, it has been called India's breadbasket.

Punjab is also a hub for higher education. The region has some of India's best universities, including Panjab University in Chandigarh, which was established in 1857 and today has more than 100,000 students on its campus.

About the Punjab Region of Pakistan

Punjab is the most populous and most prosperous region of Pakistan. It is one of the most developed regions in South Asia. The capital city, Lahore, has a population of over 10 million people and houses many universities, making it an educational hub for Pakistan.

The Punjab region was home to some of the earliest civilizations in human history. It is also believed to be where the Indus Valley Civilization once thrived.

Gurmukhi script of Punjabi Language

The Gurmukhi script is the script used to write Punjabi. It is one of three writing systems used in India and Pakistan. The other two scripts are Devanagari and Perso-Arabic.

The Gurmukhi alphabet has 36 letters, corresponding to the 36 consonants of the Punjabi language. It has no distinction between capital and lowercase letters, and some letters have multiple shapes depending on their position within a word.

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