Languages in Amritsar



The city of Amritsar is a cosmopolitan place with the co-existence of people of many religions, cultures and languages. Among the many spoken languages in Amritsar Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu and English are the main ones. The most spoken language in the city of Amritsar is however, Punjabi. The city of Amritsar is situated in the Indian state of Punjab, where a large part of the people is Punjabi. The mother tongue of these people is Punjabi.

A dialect of the Punjabi language, which is known as Maajhi, is very popularly spoken in the whole of the Amritsar City as well as in the surrounding villages. Maajhi, the Punjabi dialect is considered the standard form of Punjabi Language in the city of Amritsar.

Punjabi is a language that is now spoken by people worldwide. The speakers that speak Punjabi are spread out in the whole world. Punjabi is also spelled as Panjabi and it is a central Indo-Aryan language.

As people of many religions and languages inhabit the city of Amritsar, they also speak languages like Hindi, English and Urdu. Hindi is the official language of the country and is spoken by many people in Amritsar for obvious reasons. The tourists that visit the city communicate in languages like Hindi or English.

Punjabi Language

Among the different languages that are spoken by the people in the city of Amritsar, Punjabi secures a main place. The majority of the city is Sikhs and they speak Punjabi. Although the Sikhs consist of the major part of the population of the city of Amritsar, the other people in the city speak other languages like English, Hindi, Urdu and Maajhi.

The most spoken language in the city of Amritsar and in its surrounding rural areas is Maajhi, which is a dialect of Punjabi. In Amritsar, the dialect of Punjabi, Maajhi is regarded as the Standard Punjabi. The language of Punjabi is also sometimes spelled as Panjabi and it is a central Indo-Aryan language. It is mainly spoken in the state of Punjab and its different districts. The Punjabi Language is also spoken in the adjoining states of Punjab in India. Beyond the boundary of the country, the people in the country of Pakistan also speak the language.

The Punjabi Language is one of the fourteen regional languages that have been recognized in the constitution of India so far. Punjabi is a language that is spoken by people in various places on earth. The speakers of this language are spread all over the world.



Last Updated on 25/07/2013



     


     

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