Many Punjabi names and expressions are on the rise. Why? With social consciousness growing on a global scale, many have a burning desire to become better informed on various aspects of society. This collection of articles will give you a better understanding on how to name your kids, which school they should attend, how to pronounce names, and much more. If there has been a time where Punjabi names has become an issue, it’s definitely not like that at all.
Names are evolving at a rapid rate. One in every ten names has been changed from the traditional to the contemporary form. By the time I reached twenty-five years old, every person in my family had been renamed by their parents. Even though their names and pronunciations have changed, their lives have. What are the next steps of changing the way we name our children? And what about changing ourselves? Find out.
Why Punjabi Names Revolution is not coming, and why it is not coming.
“Punjabi names?” A question I’ve heard in the recent past. Is this the answer or have I got it completely wrong, in regards to what we are trying to convey? For years, I didn’t like the way names are pronounced in Punjab. Punjabi people don’t pronounce those particular syllables very well. We all know that the ‘Ss’ syllables are pronounced differently. I decided, due to this, to do a few things.
A common misconception is that children in Punjab are not very well spoken. In reality, this is very false. Punjabis are generally well educated. The biggest challenge is finding a middle ground between their native tongue and the North. It Is our very last step, and its very hard to do that. It is important to look at their culture first and find a way to merge with them.
We start off this video by announcing the reason we started this program in the first place. Old blog: It is a documentary detailing the origins of Sikhism. Old blog: Why is Sikhism so popular across India. New blog: In this documentary we will watch as to how Sikhs came to India. Old blog: How a Sikh woman brought an 11-year old son and 7-year old daughter out of poverty.
How Sikhs became the first non-conformist government in British India, and how a poor girl found freedom in Europe. Old blog How a teenage girl managed to study in England despite her family circumstances, and how she did so by working her entire life. New blog It will all make sense once we start looking at the journey our Sikh women have gone through. The journey began when Saira, a 17-year old Sikh girl was brought to Canada by her grandparents.