Punjabi Language Essays and Term Papers

  • 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 inhabit the...

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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

    a household name in the Punjab, being the first most prominent woman Punjabi poet and fiction writer. After partition she made Delhi her second home. She was the first woman recipient of th Sahitya Akademi Award, the first Punjabi woman to receive the Padma Shree from the President of India in 1969....

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  • cultures of pakistan

    a particular group of people, defined by everything from language, religion, cuisine, social habits, music and arts. Culture may be defined as behavior peculiar to human beings, together with material objects used. Culture consists of language, ideas, beliefs, customs, codes, institution, tools, techniques...

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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, poetry...

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  • languages of pakistan

    move away from English as the language of administration. Urdu is the medium for radio and television programmes. Urdu plays and films are very popular. Urdu novels, poetry, magazines and newspapers are widely read. Q: Why did Pakistan choose Urdu as its national language in 1947? [7] ANS: One of the...

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  • Linguistic Borrowing & Loan Words: Theoretical Considerations

    fundamental features of language is that it is always changing. Language change is the manner in which the phonetic, morphological, semantic, syntactic and other features of a language are modified over time. Two linguistic disciplines concern themselves with studying language change: Historical Linguistics...

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  • Resume

    • Ph.D. in Punjabi from Punjabi University, Patiala, April, 2004, entitled Dhavni Sidhant De Pripekh Vich Punjabi Akhana Te Muhavarian Da Adhyan. It is a semiological study of Punjabi idioms and proverbs in the theoretical context of Sanskrit Poetics. • M.A. Punjabi from Panjab University...

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  • Punjabi Culture

    human tool for survival, but it is a fragile phenomenon.  It is constantly changing and easily lost because it exists only in our minds.  Our written languages, governments, buildings, and other man-made things are merely the products of culture.  They are not culture in themselves.  For this reason, archeologist...

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  • The Status and Role of Regional Languages in Higher Education in Pakistan

    tandfonline.com/loi/rmmm20 The Status and Role of Regional Languages in Higher Education in Pakistan Sabiha Mansoor Available online: 29 Mar 2010 To cite this article: Sabiha Mansoor (2004): The Status and Role of Regional Languages in Higher Education in Pakistan, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural...

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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 songs...

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  • essays

    more than two languages with equal or less equal proficiency. A society is called bilingual or multilingual if the people there speak more than one language. Bilingualism and multilingualism are referred to same thing mostly. Bilingualism may mean that the users of language are using more...

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  • The Alchemist

    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 foreign language. I have to speak English...

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  • Punjab

    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 Punjabi to distinguish it from Western Punjabi spoken in Pakistan, is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by inhabitants of the historicalPunjab...

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  • Differences between Pakistanis and Indians

    Language/linguistics: About 99% of languages spoken in Pakistan are Indo-Iranian (sub-branches: 75% Indo-Aryan and 24% Iranian), a branch of Indo-European family of languages. All languages of Pakistan are written in the Perso-Arabic script, with significant vocabulary derived from Arabic and Persian...

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  • Diversity

    Labour Market Development Diversity of Languages The Mother Tongue and Home Language charts are based on individuals who indicated a single language. They exclude the single largest response category. For Languages Spoken, the number of responses for each language is shown, including multiple responses...

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  • Gun Prohibition Yes

    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 national language of India. * Tan Mahal is the one of the seven wonders in the world. (Pic) * Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the...

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  • Pakistani Culture

    way of life. A people’s culture consists of all the ideas, objects, and ways of doing things created by the group. Culture includes arts, beliefs, languages, customs, inventions, technologies, and traditions. The term ’civilization’ is similar, but it refers mostly to scientifically more advanced ways...

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  • Ethnic Groups of Pakistan

    Anthropology Anthropology is a science of humankind. It studies all facets of society and culture. It studies tools, techniques, traditions, language, beliefs, kinships, values, social institutions, economic mechanisms, cravings for beauty and art, struggles for prestige. It describes the impact of...

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  • The Origin of the Urdu Language

    The Origin of the Urdu Language: The national language of the Pakistani people or our ‘qaumi zuban’ is interestingly, one that most of us learn as a second language. Unlike our first language, it is learnt primarily as a written phenomenon. In primary schools, the child encounters its alphabet ‘alif...

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