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  1. Harkiran Kaur

    Learn Punjabi A Great App For Learning Gurmukhi And Some Basic Vocabulary

    This is an Android App. IT's only 1.98 so you can't expect a whole lot of vocabulary, but it does have a lot of basic vocabulary like numbers, greetings, basic questions etc. But the reason I like it is the interface for learning Gurmukhi! I can actually now recognize quite a few letters, and...
  2. spnadmin

    Our Lack Of Moral Vocabulary

    by PETER WEHNER Earlier this week, David Brooks wrote a fascinating column on young people’s moral lives, basing it on hundreds of in-depth interviews with young adults across America conducted by the eminent Notre Dame sociologist Christian Smith and his team. The results, according to...
  3. Archived_Member16

    Canada Strike Multiculturalism From The National Vocabulary

    FOOD FOR THOUGHT: October 8, 2010 Editorial: Strike multiculturalism from the national vocabulary From Friday's Globe and Mail Canadians should not be afraid to articulate a sense of what defines the country and that citizenship brings with it responsibilities, not just rights The...
  4. H

    The Vocabulary And Language Of Nihangs

    Re: Nihangs in History I do not how many of you know it. Nihangs do not purchase purchase tickets for travel in trains. Although there is no written rule, the railway authorities do not demand tickets from them. Nihangs also have a very charming and disarming vocabulary of their own. For eg...
  5. spnadmin

    Learn Punjabi More Punjabi Vocabulary SPN! Plants

    The first Punjabi Vocabulary thread was a lot of fun for the contributors. So here is another thread. This time about plants, including trees, flowers, vegetables, spices, you name it! Just find a flower, plant, tree or spice in Sri Guru Granth Sahib, and paste in the Guru vaak where you found...
  6. dalsingh

    Learn Punjabi Punjabi SPN - Vocabulary And More

    Antonia Lets see how many different types of birds we can learn in Panjabi. I'm not sure of the English equivalent of some of the Panjabi ones I know. For instance is a tittarh a pheasant, partridge quail or what? What is a bataira? I used to think it was a pigeon but then that is called a...
  7. D

    Thought I Would Share This Treasure

    I just found this site and I know if you are learning punjabi or studying the Sri Guru Granth Sahib you will appreciate this site.
  8. A

    Should Sikh Vocabulary Decrease?

    Pray Truth for all and say Satsriakal! Dear all! On a forum I read these sentences. "There is no need for Brahma, the god of generation; Vishnu, the god of operations; or Shiva, the god of destruction. According to Guru Nanak all these operation happen according to Hukam." "I do not see...
  9. V

    Learn Punjabi Word-for-Word Translations For Vocabulary

    thats good idea for learning more gurbani. I know that word for word is not recommended way of learning more meanings.. because sometimes there is not the exact word.. but there is always a paragraph or a sentence that can be written about it. If something can be expressed in one language it...