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Punjabi language (Raj Karega Khalsa)

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Panjabi, Panjaabi, Punjaabi
Spoken in Majority:
Punjab Flag (A Different Story) Punjab
Sizeable minority:
Flag of the Republic of Khorasan (No Muhammad) Afghanistan
Flag of Rajasthan (Raj Karega Khalsa) Rajasthan
Flag of Sindhudesh Sindh
Flag of Gujarat (Raj Karega Khalsa) Gujarat
Flag of Bangladesh Bengal
Ahom insignia plain Assam
Flag of Nepal Nepal
Flag of the Balochistan Liberation Army Balochistan
Flag of the United Arab Emirates Mazun
Flag of Bhutan Bhutan
Flag of Myanmar Burma
Sikh Kashmir Kashmir
Flag of Gilgit-Baltistan Balawaristan
Ethnicity Punjabi
Language family
Majhi (prestige dialect)
Official status
Official language in Punjab Flag (A Different Story) Punjab
Language codes
ISO 639-1 pa
ISO 639-3

Punjabi (Punjabi: ਪੰਜਾਬੀ) is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by 102 million native speakers worldwide, making it the 9th most widely spoken language (2010) in the world. It is the native language of the Punjabi people from Punjab. It is the only tonal language among the Indo-Aryan languages.

Differences from ATL Punjabi and OTL


In OTL, the Punjab region has two scripts, Gurmukhi script in the majority Sikh Indian Punjab and the Shahmukhi script for in majority Muslim Pakistani Punjab. In the Punjab, due to a long period of Sikh rule, there is majority Sikh population meaning that Gurmukhi is the sole script of the Punjabi language.


The major difference in the words are that English borrowed words such as; bus, phone, mobile have been replaced by archaic or non OTL existing words, as English had little to no impact on the language unlike in OTL. In OTL Punjabi mostly English country names are used, in ATL most names come from Persian.

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