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Learn Punjabi (Indian)

Få rätt språk på dina resor i Indien och grannlandet Nepal och Pakistan: På grund av det höga antalet talade språk kan det officiella språket inte vara det bästa att lära sig för varje område. Indiska språken hör till olika språkfamiljer och många använder det unika alfabet, men uTalk hjälper dig med alfabetet och hur du hittar rätt ord och fraser.

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Fun facts about Punjabi (Indian)

One common Punjabi saying is 'Wife and food, one should never speak ill of these two'.

Punjabi is one of the very few languages in South Asia that has tones: 'kora' when spoken with different intonations can mean either 'horse', 'leper' or 'whip'!

The script used to write Indian Punjabi is Gurmukhi, which means 'from the mouth of the Guru'.

The name comes from the Persian for ‘five’ (panj) and ‘ab’ (water), referring to the five tributaries of the Punjab region.

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