Punjabi Jokes In Punjabi Language BiographySource(Google.com.pk)
Kyun Auandi Aye Meinu Yaad Teri, Saanu Ik Vaari Aanke Hazoor Dassja…. Ni Tu Torh
Sabh Kasmaa Te Torh Sabh Vaade, Hun Kehri Galon Hogi Majboor Dassja….
Vaise Taan Ne Dukh Bade Chandre Jahaan Wich, Dukhan Sukhaa
Naal Bane Jindagi De Dhaan Wich, Par Ik Dukh Jehda Vaje Vang Kode De,
Bade Maade Dukh Ne Sajna Vichode De, Jiven Kise Machi Kolon
Paani Kho Lya Hove, Jiven Kise Panchi Kolon Haani Kho Lya Hove, Injh Lage
Jiven Ke Naseeb So Gya Hove, [...]
Aaj Gili Lakkad Noo Aag Laana Chunda Haa, Yadaan Jo Mitt Gayian Sun
Cheten Karna Chaunda Haa, Aaj Purani Sharrab Noo Ghut
Laana Chunda Haa, Dard Jo Mitya Si Pher Pauna Chaunda Haa
Kadi pyar Da Jhakad Jhulya C, Pichey Chad Gaya Barbadi Uh,
Duniya Tu Chori Dohan Ney, Ik Kasam Kaddey C Khaddi Uh, Tainu
Bhul Gayee,Sanu Yaad Rahee, Ihda Harjana Bhardey Haan,
Hun Apney Aap Naal Kaley Beh Beh Aapey Galan Kardey Aa…
Do Ruhan Di Ajab Kahani,
Dil Vich Peer Te Naini Paani,
Muk Gayian Aasan Muk Gayian Sadhran,
Nahi Mukdi Par Jind Marjani,
Na Badali Par Yaad Purani.
Kinj Kattangey Ay Umara Da Birha.
Je Na Millea Ruhh Da Haani…?
Kal sajna di tarfon khat aaya
Asan khat dy badly khat likhya
Un’na laal siyahi naal khat likhya
Asan kad k jigar di rt(khoon) likhya
Asan shan mutabik sajna di
khat bara khush khat likhjya
mattan Sajan naraz na ho jaway assan lafaz wafa wt wt(bar bar) likhya.
--------------------Punjabi is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by about 105 million people mainly in West Punjab in Pakistan and in East Punjab in India. Punjabi descended from the Shauraseni language of medieval northern India and became a distinct language during the 11th century.
In India Punjabi is written with the Gurmukhi (ਗੁਰਮੁਖੀ) alphabet, while in Pakistan it is written with a version of the Urdu alphabet known as Shahmukhi (شاہ مکھی). The written standard for Punjabi in both India and Pakistan is known as Majhi (ਮਾਝੀ/ ماجھ), which is named after the Majha region of Punjab.
Punjabi is one of India's 22 official languages and it is the first official language in East Punjab. In Pakistan Punjabi is the second most widely-spoken language but has no official status.
Gurmukhi script (ਗੁਰਮੁਖੀ)
The Gurmukhi alphabet developed from the Landa alphabet and was standardised during the 16th century by Guru Angad Dev Ji, the second Sikh guru. The name Gurmukhi means "from the mouth of the Guru" and comes from the Old Punjabi word guramukhī.
Type of writing system: syllabic alphabet
Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines
Used to write: Punjabi
Consonants have an inherent vowel. Diacritics, which can appear above, below, before or after the consonant they belong to, are used to change the inherent vowel.
When they appear at the beginning of a syllable, vowels are written as independent letters.
When certain consonants occur together, special conjunct symbols are used which combine the essential parts of each letter.
Punjabi is a tonal language with three tones: a deep-rising tone, a high-falling tone and a mid tone. The letters ঘ (gha), ঝ (jha), ঢ (ḍha), ধ (dha) and ভ (bha) have a a deep-rising tone when in initial position, and when in medial position when they are pronounced are unaspirated voiceless stops. When in final position they are pronounced with a high-falling tone. Other letters are pronounced with the mid tone.
Vowels and Vowel diacritics (Laga Matra)
Other Gurmukhi symbols
More numbers in Punjabi
(شاہ مکھی) Shahmukhi alphabet
The Shahmukhi alphabet is a version of the Urdu alphabet used to write Punjabi in Pakistan. It is normally written in Nastaʿlīq style and has been used since the second half of the 20th century. The name Shahmukhi means "from the King's mouth" The chart below shows the Shahmuki script with Gurmukhi equivalents