Punjabi is an Indo-Aryan language spoken mainly in India & Pakistan. Punjabi is also widely spoken in several other countries where Punjabis have emigrated in large numbers such as Kenya, Singapore, UK, Canada, the UAE, the USA, Saudi Arabia and Australia. Punjabi comes from the word Punjab which means land of the five rivers referring to the five major eastern rivers that flow through Punjab: the Chenab, Jhelum, Ravi, Sutlej and Beas. Punjabi is the official language of the Indian State of Punjab and is the prefered language of most Sikhs and Punjabi Hindus.
Is the Punjabi Language similar to Hindi?
Hindi and Punjabi are closely related languages. Both languages originated from Sanskrit. The script of Hindi language is Devanagari, and that of Punjabi Language is Gurmukhi. Not only the languages are descendant of the same stock, but their scripts are too. Gurmukhi is used in Punjab, India as the official script of the Punjabi language.
Trendyz specialises in 18K gold plated personalised jewellery in various languages. Particularly, their personalised punjabi jewellery pieces are highly sought worldwide. The punjabi language tends to stand out due to its distinctive and exotic script.
Punjabis living all over the world have a very emotional bond with their language and when Trendyz launched their Personalised Jewellery pieces in Punjabi Gurmukhi language, it became an instant success worldwide. Their personalised Punjabi necklaces and bracelets are very popular especially with the British Asians of Punjabi origin.
A Personalised Punjabi Necklaces allow you to truly express your heritage and add a personal touch by letting you create a name or message to place on your neck in Punjabi! Always wanted to wear your name or a loved one's name on your neck in Punjabi? If so this necklace is for you! The stylish 18K gold plated pendant features your choice's word or name, beautifully handcrafted in Gurmukhi Punjabi script.
This stunning personalised bracelet is a great choice for those who prefer an arm jewellery rather than a necklace. Rendered beautifully in gurmukhi punjabi this bracelet is just as stunning as the original punjabi name necklace launched by Trendyz a while back.