Punjabi literally means who lives in Punjab ( Includes Indian and Pakistan Punjab ) or can speak Punjabi.Punjabi is the official language of the Indian states of Punjab , Haryana and Delhi.In Pakistan Standard Punjabi dialect is not called Majhi which is Indian terminology , in Pakistan it is simply called Standard Punjabi.People say that Punjabi , Bengali and Sikh are same because they all belong to or have their roots in Indian subcontinent. Since , Sikhism also originated in Punjab so most of the Sikhs today are Punjabi . Attend Sikh religious and cultural events , shop at Punjabi stores , eat Punjabi cuisine , make Punjabi – speaking friends , etc

So Just now we have learned to say hello in Punjabi and asking that how is he doing in Punjabi. Now we are moving up in the conversation by asking some more 2nd step question in the conversation.lets learn where are you in Punjabi. After we have greeted each other now we generally talk  about where are you in Punjabi or the following things:

  • where are you?
  • What is he doing?
  • what are you up to?
  • what are you studying?
  • Yes, no
  • Nice to meet you.
  • Thanks to you.
  • Thank you
  • Welcome
  • Welcome home
  • I am hungry
  • I am thirsty
  • I am tired
  • I am happy
  • I am sad
  • I am angry
  • I have a headache
  • I have a stomachache.


Where are you in Punjabi?

Tusīṁṁṁ’kithē hō / ਤੁਸੀਂਂਂ ‘ਕਿੱਥੇ ਹੋ

we say it like “Tusīṁṁṁ’kithē hō ” or “Tusīṁ kithē hō” or  Tuhānū hana, jithē  these are used to say where are you in Punjabi. this is just like that we can use many ways to say in English as we can do the same in Punjabi.


Also below is the table of the others most common used lines during the conversation. go through these and speak them loud while you read them.

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