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Learn Pakistani Punjabi

Get the right language on your travels in Pakistan, India and Nepal. The 'official' languages may not be the best one to learn for every area. The Indic languages belong to different language families and many use unique alphabets. But uTalk will help you out with its alphabet section and a wide range of words and phrases for all your needs.

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Fun facts about Pakistani Punjabi

Punjabi uses different tones (high, mid and low) as well as stresses, both of which can differentiate between otherwise identical words.

Punjab translates to ‘five waters’, the Bea, Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi and Sutlej.

A famous Punjabi poet from the 12th and 13th century was called Baba Farid Ganjshakar meaning 'treasure of sugar' because of his sweet use of the language.

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