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  1. If you don't know how to already, I seriously advise people to make use of this lockdown and learn Gurmukhi. If you know it already - improve it.
  2. A brilliant and quick way to learn Gurmukhi for those that are interested! Download primer for free! 6588211-Punjabi-Made-Easy.pdf
  3. I've been after the original Gurmukhi text of this manuscript, which is supposed to be contemporary to dasmesh pita, for years with no luck. Anyone know where I can get it? I got an English translation but want the original text. Any help appreciated.
  4. Been after this for years and finally found it on sikhbookclub.com. This is an excellent resource to help increase our understanding of the vocabulary employed within Gurbani. https://www.scribd.com/document/416362237/A-Guru-Nanak-Glossary-By-Christopher-Shackle-2nd-Edition-reissued-in-2011
  5. We have designed apps for children and adults looking to learn the basics of Punjabi. The apps are FREE, and there are NO ads. Available on IOS/Apple, Android, Windows 10/8, Windows Phone and Kindle. Amrit Punjabi has published sets of free tools with one simple goal - let's teach children Punjabi. Sikh and Punjabi children not in their homeland grow up in diverse languages, and may not learn Punjabi effectively. We hope that this contribution to the Sangat bears fruit. Punjabi Alphabet - designed for children and adults looking to learn the basics of Punjabi; the Punjabi Alphabet (P
  6. I found this on another forum and wanted to share it here and see if anybody knows what its about. It mentions the word "Atma" several times. It doesn't seem like Gurbani but more so a teeka of Gurbani.
  7. This is the early form of Gurmukhi Script without orthographic signs,and it was used in Goindwal Pothis.But before Compilation of Adi Granth by Guru Arjan Dev Ji,this script was reformed,updated and simplified by Bhai Gurdas on the advice of Guru Arjan Dev Ji. In spite of development of Gurmukhi Script by Bhai Gurdas the Sikh Gurus from Guru Arjan Dev Ji to Guru Gobind Singh ji used the old script in their Nisans and Hukamnamas.Due to ignorance of this basic fact some Sikh writers propounded the theory that Mulmantra was not fully developed upto the time of Guru Arjan. Tomorrow photogr
  8. hello all, I'd really appreciate if i could get some help in identifying some old handwritten scriptures, these were handed down to me from my grandmother, i had been an atheist all my life, but now I'm starting to accept god or some higher power and I've been studying various religions, including Sikhism. and then these old scriptures came to my mind, these seem to be handwritten in Gurumukhi script, though i cant read or understand them, i'd really appreciate if anyone on this forum would help me in understanding what these books really are, their significance, historical & religi
  9. if you remember i posted sometime ago about a few old gurmukhi scriptures: now again Ive got my hands on a few old scriptures, these are different than the ones before, ill post a few pictures here again, and any help in translating/deciphering these would be greatly appreciated!
  10. Work in progress Started July 25, 2015 Update Aug 4 - 21-30 + Pronunciation Guide Update Aug 8 - 31-50 Source of Sanskrit - http://www.ashtangayoga.info/source-texts/yoga-sutra-patanjali/ Yog Sutr of Patanjali योग सूत्रानि पतञ्जलि ਯੋਗ ਸੁਤ੍ਰਾਨਿ ਪਤੰਜਲਿ (ਯੋਗ) Enlightenment (ਸੁਤ੍ਰ) formula (ਆਨਿ) that comes from scholar (ਪਤੰਜਲਿ) Patanjali ਗੁਰਮੁਖੀ ਪੜ੍ਹਨ ਲਈ ਅਤੇ ਅੰਗ੍ਰੇਜੀ ਵਿੱਚ ਅਰਥ Gurmukhi Reading with English Translation Pronounciation Guide Beginner ਃ - enunciate a pause (usually 'ah') ਯ੍ਯ - extend the 'ye' sound to twice as long. This is a continuous 'double y'. E.g.
  11. Srimaan Sant Baba Attar Singh jee Mastuanaywale's bachan: Bhul chuk maaf
  12. This is a danger sign warning the public about high voltage. I am having trouble figuring out the exact spelling. The second word(s) looks to be ਖਤਰਾ, however I don't know why there is a space between the ਖਤ and the ਰਾ? The first word I can't figure out, so I am hoping someone here can type the sign wordage in Gurmukhi for me. I am sorry about the quality of the image, but it was the best I could do.
  13. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh we have an iOS Gutka App. https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/gutka/id475780489?mt=8 We want to update the app and add Banis in Hindi. If you have any souce of getting files in PDF format, please message us at info@cvpstudios.com Thanks, Sonu Chatha
  14. For brother johny. You can stick all your queries regarding grammar, syntax here. That way people can find all related info easily in one place (that's the objective anyway).
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