Originally Posted by Gyani Jarnail Singh
I have to agree with Ambarsariah ji..its PUNJABI GRAMMAR and Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji uses PUNJABI GRAMMAR. Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji is written in PUNJABI....the Peoples Language as opposed to others. Grammars are for LANGUAGES..not scripts alone...for example Malay language has a Grammar but NO SCRIPT. The Only thing unique is Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji is UNIQUE...BUT its Part and parcel of PUNJABI LITERATURE/GREAT WRITING as well as GURU of Sikhs. IN fact many Jansanghi arya samajist HINDUS HATE PUNJABI solely becasue of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji...and call it the SIKH Language. For this reason alone thousnads of them STABBED their MOTHER TONGUE in her back by claiming they spoke HINDI ( in teatth punjabi..Mein Punjabi nahin Bolda..mein HINDU hun...whereas a Hindi speaker would say hum hindi mein baat kardeh hein hum hindu hein..). PUNJABI LANGUAGE in GURMUKHI SCRIPT actually SURVIVES solely becasue of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
Yes I agree there are examples where language and grammar are same but in many cases this is different also.Thus the rule of language and grammar being same is not same every where.
For Enlish Language one has English Grammar.Where there exist different language dilects there this language and grammar may be different.
in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji there are different language dialect in Gurmukhi script.This is the real character of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
The grammar of Punjabi language is different from that of Gurbani Grammar that is why you have different books on Gurbanee Grammar.
Without being prejudice one should see how Gurbanee grammar is different from Punjabi grammar.