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Punjabis
ਪੰਜਾਬੀ
Amir KhanMaharajah Ranjit Singh (Ranjit SIngh Lives) Guru Nanak Dev Ji (Ranjit Singh Lives)
Amir Khan - Ranjit Singh - Guru Nanak Dev Ji

Manmohan Singh (Ranjit Singh Lives) Udham Singh Harmeet Singh (Ranjit Singh Lives)
Manmohan Singh - Udham Singh - Harmeet Singh

Akshay Kumar (Ranjit Singh Lives) Porus Hari Singh Nalwa (Ranjit Singh Lives)
Akshay Kumar - King Porus - Hari Singh Nalwa

Guru Gobind Singh Ji (Ranjit SIngh Lives) Bulleh Shah Bhagat Singh
Guru Gobind Singh Ji - Bulleh Shah - Bhagat Singh

Total population
83 million
Regions with significant populations
Punjab Flag (A Different Story) Punjab 68,742,072
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
Languages

Punjabi

Religion

Sikhism, Islam, Hinduism, Christianity

Punjabi people (Punjabi: ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਲੋਕ) are a ethic group of Indo-Aryan peoples who originate from Punjab.

The coalescence of the various tribes, castes and the inhabitants of the Punjab into a broader common "Punjabi" identity initiated from the onset of the 18th century. Prior to that the sense and perception of a common "Punjabi" ethno-cultural identity and community did not exist, even though the majority of the various communities of the Punjab had long shared linguistic, cultural and racial commonalities.

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