Panjabi (Punjabi)

Panjabi (Punjabi) language is the official state language of Panjab (India). Official regional language in Panjab Province, Pakistan. In Pakistan over 50 million speakers, in India about 20 million; also an immigrant language in Great Britain and other countries.

Panjabi is closely related to Hindi and Urdu (differences in the sound-system, grammar and vocabulary). Panjabi has been particularly cultivated by the Sikhs; it is their religious language, always written with the Gurmukhi alphabet.

CLASSIFICATION = Indo-European family, Indic group, SCRIPT = Gurmukhi script (related to the Devanagari script of Hindi) is used for writing in Panjabi in India; Arabic script in Pakistan

An Introduction to the Gurmukhi script (Panjabi book VI) PAN M 1
Complete Panjabi PANJ CBEG 5(PACK)
Colloquial Panjabi : the complete course for beginners PANJ CBEG 4(PACK)
Introductory course in spoken Punjabi: a microwave approach to language teaching PANJ CBEG 1
An English-Panjabi dictionary PANJ DICO 1
English-Punjabi dictionary, over 20,000 English words (with meaning in English, Hindi and Punjabi also) PANJ DICO 2
One to one bilingual dictionary : English - Punjabi Punjabi - English PANJ DICO 3
Munde UK de (British by right Punjabi by heart) PANJ FILM 1(DVD)*
Silent waters (Khamosh pani) PANJ FILM 2(DVD)*
Panjabi : a comprehensive grammar PANJ GRAM 1
Learn Punjabi (Gurmukhi) vocabulary : activity workbook PANJ VOCAB 1