Thinking to self publish a Book in Punjabi Language? Punjabi, sometimes written Panjabi, is one of the most commonly spoken Indo-Aryan languages. The older British spelling “Punjabi” is still more widely used than the academically exact “Panjabi.” In the early twenty-first century, there were approximately 30 million Punjabi speakers in India.
- It is the official language of the Indian state of Punjab and one of the Indian constitution’s recognized languages. Punjabi is spoken by over 70 million people in Pakistan, most of whom live in Punjab province, but Urdu has official status at both the national and provincial levels.
- Punjabi is written in India in the unique Gurmukhi script, which is primarily associated with Sikhs. That script is a member of the Indic family of scripts, written from left to right, although it differs greatly from the Devanagari used to express Hindi in its structure.
- In Pakistan, the Urdu script, written from right to left, is employed to write Punjabi language, and it is now commonly referred to as Shahmukhi. As a result, Punjabi is one of the few languages in the world that is written in two distinct and mutually incomprehensible scripts.
- In Pakistan, the general preservation of the historical preference for Urdu has stymied efforts to elevate Punjabi, albeit in a form more overtly influenced by Urdu in its script and lexicon and so somewhat different from normal Indian Punjabi.
- There are the usual competing claims to the great writers of the past, but all fans of the Punjabi literary tradition, in both India and Pakistan, find the greatest expression of their common cultural identity in Waris (or Varis) Shah’s famous romance Hir (1766; also spelt Heer).
- Guru Nanak (1469-1539) is regarded as the founder of the Punjabi language, literature, and culture. He turned traditional verbal structures into metaphorical psyche representations in each region. He used illustrative metaphors to illustrate the linguistic content step by step. Guru Nanak composed a highly sophisticated spiritual discourse of Indian culture on the strength of the colloquial Punjabi language.
- Language: From a classical standpoint, the Punjabi language has shifted away from religious teachings in favour of a more secular and aesthetic way of life. Many social and religious political movements were affected by the 20th century Punjab, which was fragmented due to historical growth. Until recently, the Punjabi language, literature, and culture were the inheritance of all Punjabi’s.
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Find different types of self-publishing houses and send in a query so you can have a brief about what everyone offers and are pros and cons of each publishing house.
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- Selecting the Best Package
There are a few things to consider, one of which is selecting the appropriate package. When you approach a Self-Publishing House, you will discover about their packages and services. While they will surely help you create the bundle, you should also be clear about what is best for your book. This will surely help both you and the Self-Publishing company decide which services are appropriate for your book.
The packages include services such as editing, cover design, paper quality selection, offline and online promotion, and other activities associated with book production. It is best to select a package that is best matched to what you believe is most needed for your book, bearing in mind your budget and the amount of time you are willing to do in the process.
After you’ve made your selection, you can relax while your Publisher keeps you updated on approvals at each stage.
Nikki Jhehi Boond by Ravinder Ravi
THE BOOK NIKKI JHEHI BOOND IS A POETRY BOOK DEPEND ON GIRL CHILD “KANYA BHRUN HATYA” OR FEMALE FOETCIDE. The Book Describes all things happening with female foeticide when she was killed by some people. She is a newborn baby like all other babies but some people want to hide their sins and kill the girl child. Those people don’t fear from God. They think their thinking is right. But they don’t think it is the real sin. For this sin God never Forgive them. The Book give a message that we all should stop female foeticide Or “Kanya Bhrun Hatya”.
Chahatnama by Kamal Srawan
Chahatnama is a Punjabi poetry book, written by Kamal Shrawan. In this book, the author has written, enjoyed, and appreciated life, love, and nature. Made a picture by combining all the colours of emotions and writing by combining all the letters, this picture and writing are called Chahatnama.
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Lockdown by Mohan Bharti
This book deals prominently with the experience of the writer during complete Lockdown in India, and his concern about nature. From an optimistic angle, the writer himself says that ‘The Lockdown should be celebrated as a National Festival every year to ease the environment’, by adding that ‘when every year schools, colleges, and courts etc. are closed for a certain duration, people remain away from their work, then why not a common endeavour should be made to nourish the nature by observing a ‘Lockdown’ every year at least for a week for ourselves, for our dear ones, and for generations to come. The genre is Prose Poetry and it expresses your feelings and anxiety about the current scenario, which the writer has explained in his words and idioms. It contains poems which are Critical as well as Spiritual, relates to the Self as well as Society, speaks about People and Government, and contains Truth as well as Facts
Meri Parchhai by Surjit Singh
Most of the poems in the book “Meri Parchhai” are related to social issues prevailing in our society. The author wants to bring awareness that bad habits and things always give bad results in life and time once gone, can not come back. He has also tried to give a message of “Positive thinking” through poetry because it leads to success. One more thing that is reflected in the poems is our culture which is going to dark. We should keep it safe for coming generation.
Beet Chuke Pall by Satwinder Singh
Platter of Many flavours at once in “Beet Chuke Pall” through Punjabi poetry. This book is all about feelings of love & affections and their impacts in our lives and life’s memorable moments. Meaning & values of life and how it’s changed from time to time. It tells about our society, where we have to live with troubles & necessary evils. Book shows the mirror to us about the status of our social & personal life where religion as well as politics play vital roles. “Beet Chuke Pall” is a love, devotion, attachment and revolutionary thought towards our country.
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