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  1. Can anyone recommend apps or websites that work to teach Gurmukhi to the older generations.
  2. I was watching this video If you watch between 15:00-38:00 He is talking about Lareevar. https://www.sikhnet.com/pages/lareevar I would like to know if there is any place that can teach me to read Lareevar in Europe? VJKK VJKF /Cloud
  3. This book is out of print and hard to get hold of. I've seen it selling second hand for a small fortune in the past. Very useful to help build up vocabulary. https://www.scribd.com/doc/300210173/An-introduction-to-the-Sacred-Language-of-Sikhs-by-Christopher-Shackle
  4. Came across this video today Of course Naad of gurbani I know about through raag lectures, but how true is his presentation given his association with Yogi Harbhajan and his own given presentation of himself.
  5. I am Amritdhari for a week or so. I am learning Gurmukhi and I can read Gurmukhi at a slow and okay pace. Is it bad if I do my nitnem in gurmukhi english. Is there a less benefit doing it in gurmukhi english. I am very anxious to know. As sometimes when I do my nitnem I do it right with the pronunciation but I thought to myself as long as I am saying the word right it is the same benefit. Any answers or advice. I will be taking santhiya later on but I was wondering is there a difference?
  6. any one recommend and websites or books to help get started to learn Punjabi thank you
  7. Last year TURIYA Charity assisted by the School of Elusive Fighting, organised Summer Martial Arts Seminars to raise funds for the amazing..... Bhai Nand Lal Project. The project is not a 'memorial' website. It is an erstwhile attempt to help ENLIVEN the highly sophisticated, artistic and spiritual SIKH CULTURE, which has sadly and slowly diminished over the last few centuries. As a natural next step, TURIYA is bringing to the world sangat the first ever dedicated on-line Farsi in the Sikh Tradition beginners course. The aim is to empower Sikhs to retrieve their heritage and for the sangat to develop the skill of doing the amazing Zafarnama and Bhai Nand Lals ghazals JUSTICE. There are only a few places remaining for serious and dedicated students. If interested follow the instructions on the poster! TURIYA Our aim is to galvanise a flourishing global Sikh culture by innovatively enlivening Sikh tenets and heritage, and serve the Sikh community by providing a multitude of intelligent resources for its spiritual, educational and social development. As a part of this vision, we launched a website on Bhai Nand Lal and the Court of Guru Gobind Singh back in February 2013. This online interactive course is an extension of the website, with the purpose of providing the global Sikh panth with an enlivened understanding of the Persian heritage of Sikhi.
  8. #1 in this series for Learning Gurmukhi / Punjabi Alphabet. We look at the benefits of learning to read, pronounce and understand the Gurmukhi script (paintee) instead of just using translations and transliterations (romanised). This is all part of Stage 3 in our Five Stage Plan of systematic parchar of Sikhi. In the next videos we will be looking at how words are made in Gurmukhi and how to write and pronounce each letter and vowel. More @http://www.everythings13.org/our-5-po...
  9. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Sangat Jeo A few books on learning written and spoken Punjabi have been uploaded on SikhSangat's Scribd account. Perhaps those of us who are not familiar with Gurmukhi script, or those who want to improve their Punjabi vocabulary and general reading skills will find these self-study books useful. :geek: Links: 1. Colloquial Panjabi - A Complete Language Course by Mangat Rai Bhardwaj - Published by Routledge, London (2004) From the Preface: "This course... is a complete language course which aims at helping you learn the colloquial variety of Panjabi... One of its major objectives is to help the learner take her/his linguistic skills to the level from where she or he is able to take charge of her/his own learning, become her/his own language teacher and attain higher levels without anybody's help. This course has been designed in such a way that you do not have to learn reading and writing at the same time as spoken Panjabi." Read/Download: http://www.scribd.co...at-Rai-Bhardwaj 2. Introduction to Punjabi Language - Unknown Author Read/Download: http://www.scribd.co...unjabi-Language 3. Punjabi Primer - Scientifically designed for easy learning by Dr. Gurbakhsh Singh - Published by The Kalidhar Trust, Gurdwara Baru Sahib, Himachal Pradesh, India From the Preface: "Younger people may find this very helpful for learning to read Gurmukhi. It is based on the conversion method of learning Punjabi. According to this method, one learns to convert the Punjabi alphabet and vowels into corresponding English forms, the use of which the student already knows. It, therefore, enables a person to read Panjabi in about two weeks time. Learning by this technique becomes interesting because one starts reading and writing words the very first day." Read/Download: http://www.scribd.co...Gurbakhsh-Singh 4. Punjabi Reader Level 1 by Ved P. Vatuk - Published by Colorado State University (1964) Description: "A first-level reader is presented, primarily for those students who have a speaking knowledge of Panjabi and some knowledge of Panjabi Grammar. This volume can be used in a general Panjabi language course as a supplement to conversational materials, or by itself in a course on the written language. A glossary and a brief Grammatical appendix have been added to make the reader self-sufficient. Three sections are in this volume -- the first section introduces the writing system, the second section presents selections of increasing difficulty, with vocabulary lists, explanations of Idioms, and exercises relevant to the materials read, the third section is more advanced and includes a one-act play for students wishing supplementary reading." Read/Download: http://www.scribd.co...University-1964 5. Punjabi Reader Level 2 by Ved P. Vatuk - Published by Colarado State University (1964) This is the second volume of the above book. Read/Download: http://www.scribd.co...University-1964 Dhanvaad! :happy2: :bl:
  10. I am trying to figure out a friends's middle name. The clues she gave me are as follows: 1) The name starts with a B 2) First word on one of the pages from the Sri Guru Granth Sahib 3) Sounds like a piece of attire common to urban/hip hop style 4) Not a typical name, the average person may not have heard of it 5) Most important clue - the translation means pray It is not Bhajan, Bhagti, Benti, Bani, Beed, Bavak