• Diminishing Punjabi
     DIMINSHING PUNJABI Punjabi (Gurmukhi: ਪੰਜਾਬੀ; Devanagari: पंजाबी; Shahmukhi: : پنجابی) Is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by 130 million native speakers worldwide, making it the 10th most widely spoken language in the world. It is the native language of the Punjabi people who...
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  • kinship
    Kinship Table Of Contents: • Definition • Abstract • Introduction • Objectives • Punjabi Language • Kinship Terminology in Punjabi and Urdu • Table 1:Urdu and Punjabi Kinship Terms • Population • Procedure • Results and Analysis of Data • Table 2:Results of Questionnaire • Discussion...
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  • Amrita Pritam
    presents a complex phenomenon. In the wake of the reorganization of Indian states along linguistic lines in the fifties, the Sikh community in Punjab demanded a Punjabi-speaking State, in which Punjabi would be the official language. Its recognition was unduly delayed due to opposition from Hindus...
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  • cultures of pakistan
    ; Jats, Maliks, Mughals, Arains, Gujjars, Awans, Rajputs, Gakhars, Khokhars, Sheikhs, Aheers, Kambohs, Niazis, Legharis, Khosas, Dogars, Thaheem, Mirani, Qureshis, and Syeds. Languages: Punjabi is the provincial language of Punjab. It is spoken as the first language by majority people in Punjab...
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  • english
    REGIONAL LANGUAGES OF PAKISTAN Pakistan is a multi-lingual country. No less than twenty-four languages and dialects are spoken by the people of Pakistan, but mainly include five regional languages Punjabi, Sindhi, Balochi, Pushto, Brahvi and Kashmiri. These languages are rich in literature...
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  • Punjabi Culture
    principal languages has a strong regional focus. The languages claimed as mother tongue include Urdu, Punjabi, Sindhi, Pashto, Balochi, Seraiki, Kashmiri, Brahui, Hindko and Potohohari. Urdu is the national language and one of two official languages of Pakistan (the other being English). Although...
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  • essays
    use domestic languages at local level such as Punjabi, Hindko, Barahwi, Sindhi, Pashto, Balochi, Saraiki, Kashmiri etc and we use English also as a foreign language. People of Pakistan are bilingual/trilingual or generally multilingual. Bilingualism is believed to be a gradeable system...
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  • Resume
    Lectureship) Qualified, June, 2004. • Certificate course in Urdu from Punjabi University, Patiala ,June,2005 (78%). • Diploma in Urdu Language from National Counsil for Promotion of Urdu Language, Delhi,April,2006 (A-grade) • PGDCA (Post-Graduate...
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  • The Status and Role of Regional Languages in Higher Education in Pakistan
    , Balochistan and North West Frontier Province (1998 Census Report of Pakistan). Each group has its own language and cultural differences, often with marked subdivisions within each group (Hayes, 1987). No less than 24 languages and a number of dialects are spoken in Pakistan. Punjab has Punjabi and Saraiki.2...
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  • The Alchemist
    Name: Gurpreet Kaur Class: 905 10/25/10 Susan Z. Languages I speak three languages Punjabi, English, and Hindi. My first language is Punjabi and second language is Hindi because Punjabi is my mother tongue and Hindi is my national language. English is my...
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  • Linguistic Borrowing & Loan Words: Theoretical Considerations
    Borrowings can have the following types: - 1.6.1 Dialectal Borrowing Sometimes the standard dialect of a language expands the domains of the vocabulary by borowing linguistic items from the non standard dialects of itsown.The Statndard Punjabi dialect of Punjabi does not have the Retroflexive /l...
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  • languages of pakistan
    unifying Muslims. Q: How successful has been the promotion of local languages in Pakistan been since 1947? Give reasons for your answer. [14] ANS: Since 1947, the Pakistan government has took strong measures for the development and promotion of its regional languages, Punjabi, Sindhi, Pashto and...
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  • Regional Languages of Pakistan
    Regional Languages Of Pakistan Introduction: Pakistan is a multi-lingual country. No less than 24 languages and dialects are spoken by the people of Pakistan. There are five regional languages. Punjabi, Sindhi, Pashto, Balochi, and Kashmiri. These languages are rich in literature, poetry, folk...
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  • Differences between Pakistanis and Indians
    Persian. Punjabi, Seraiki, Sindhi, Pashto, Urdu, Balochi, Kashmiri, etc. are the languages spoken in Pakistan. About 69% of languages spoken in India are Indo-Iranian (sub-branch: Indo-Aryan), 26% are Dravidian, and 5% are Sino-Tibetan and Austro-Asiatic, all unrelated/distinct family of...
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  • Punjab
    November is also a ideal time for visiting the state. The Diwali festival is normally held during this season across the country. The Tika festival is also held during this time. Language used in Punjab Punjabi (ਪੰਜਾਬੀ in Gurmukhi script and پنجابی in Shahmukhi script), which can be specified as Eastern...
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  • Solved Solution
    Hindi-B Hindi-C Manipuri Punjabi-A Punjabi-B Punjabi-C Sanskrit Sindhi-A Sindhi-B Tamil-A Tamil-B Telugu-A Telugu-B Urdu-A Urdu-B Urdu-C Economics History-III History-IV Persian Philosophy Political Science 19th May, Saturday Contemporary India Human Rights, Gender & Environment Language, Literature...
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  • Ethnic Groups of Pakistan
    . The scope, history, sophistication and complexity of the culture are vast. Some of the main areas include, Punjabi Philosophy, poetry, spirituality, education, artistry, music, cuisine, science, technology, military warfare, architecture, traditions, values and history. People of different languages...
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  • Diversity
    Mother Tongue, Percent Distribution Greater Vancouver Cantonese Chinese, not specified Panjabi (Punjabi) Mandarin Tagalog (Filipino) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mother Tongue: One language (single response) number Total single responses English Cantonese Chinese, not specified Panjabi (Punjabi...
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  • Gun Prohibition Yes
    * I am Harjit Kaur Klair. * I belonged to India which is the south Asian Country. (Flag in PowerPoint) * About India: India got freedom from British Empire on 15 August 1947. New Delhi is the nation’s capital. * India has 28 states and it has 22 principle languages. Hindi is the...
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  • Finance
    , Nawabshah District, Umerkot and Larkana. Sindhi is the sole official language of Sindh since the 19th century. According to the 2008 Pakistan Statistical Year Book,[2] Sindhi-speaking households make up 59.7% of Sindh's population; Urdu-speaking households make up 21.1%; Punjabi 7.0%; Pashto 4.2...
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