One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1The script used by Sikhs for writing Punjabi.
- ‘‘In parts of East Punjab, the script used by traders, which later came to be known as Gurmukhi, held sway,’ Dr Bhutta explained.’
- ‘The letter E in the Sikh script, Gurmukhi, is pronounced Ong and signifies the first intimations of the Divinity to the human mind.’
- ‘Curiously, Gurmukhi is the original script of the Punjabi language which is spoken by nearly 7 crore people of Western Punjab, the most dominant province of Pakistan.’
- 1.1 The Punjabi language as written in Gurmukhi.
- ‘A Granthi must be fluent in reading Gurmukhi, and be properly trained in all aspects of looking after the Guru Granth Sahib.’
- ‘English is my main language of preference although I can speak Punjabi and read Gurmukhi.’
- ‘The languages on offer include Malyalam, Gujarati, Hindi, Gurmukhi, Tamil and Bengali.’
- ‘A thirst for knowledge may well be created, and some individuals may go on to study Punjabi and Gurmukhi.’
- ‘For the first time, Sikh community calligraphers joined Japanese calligraphers in writing messages of Peace and Friendship in Gurmukhi on beautiful Japanese lanterns.’
Relating to Gurmukhi.
Punjabi, from Sanskrit guru (see guru) + mukha ‘mouth’.
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