How much Punjabi in Pakistan?
Punjab being the largest province of Pakistan has the highest population. Current population of Punjab is over 90 million which is almost half of overall population of Pakistan.
Punjabi is spoken mostly in Pakistan, but is also spoken in India along the border with Pakistan. The region where it is spoken is called the Punjab region. Punjabi is spoken by about 48% of Pakistan's population. It is the most common language, but it is not the official language (Urdu is). The Punjabi are also an ethnic group that makes up 45% of Pakistan's population.
Punjab (Persian meaning: "Land of the fiver rivers") is a region in modern-day India & Pakistan that contains five rivers (Beas, Ravi, Sutleg, Chenab & Jhelum). The people of Punjab are known as Punjabi and their language is Punjabi, an Indo-Aryan language. Punjab and its people have a long history and distinct culture. for Punjabi definations words mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Punjab (Persian meaning: "Land of the fiver rivers") is a region in modern-day India & Pakistan that contains five rivers (Beas, Ravi, Sutleg, Chenab & Jhelum). The people of Punjab are known as Punjabi and their language is Punjabi, an Indo-Aryan language. Punjab and its people have a long history and distinct culture. The main religions in the Punjab region include Sikhism, Hinduism.
He is a very devout Sikh. Noe.Historian's correction; Quote; "Imran Khan the former Pakistani cricketer plus Imran Khan the Punjabi singer, both are Muslims and not Sikhs. By the way, just speaking Punjabi does not make someone a Sikh as there are more than 80 million Punjabi speaking Muslims in Pakistan as compared to about 10 million Punjabi speaking Sikhs in India." Unquote.
Punjabi: ਪੰਜਾਬੀ (Gurmukhi) پنجابی, (Shahmukhi) Punjabi is a term referred to the dialect of Punjab. The phrase is also used for the ethnic group of people which originate from the Punjab region. The current province/state of Punjab is situated between Pakistan and India. A referendum for self-determination has been scheduled for 2020 which may result to the independence of the Indian Punjab. Punjabi people are predominantly Sikh, Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Jain and Atheist. Punjabi's are…
East Pakistan separated from West Pakistan because of neglect and abuse on part of West Pakistan. East Pakistan was fairly lawless and forgotten by West Pakistan. East Pakistan had no voice when it came to its own affairs, as well. Examples of neglect include: The East Pakistani population was 58% of the total population of the country. This majority were not even allowed to have their language as one f the national languages until after…