Learn Punjabi Lesson10 – Last set of 6 Punjabi Alphabets in 5 Minutes

Learn Punjabi Lesson10 – Last set of 6 Punjabi Alphabets in 5 Minutes


Hello Friends, Sat Sri Akal! Welcome to Charm Punjabi YouTube Channel. In this video we will learn last set of 6
letters in Punjabi. We have already learnt 35 letters in Punjabi,
and these 6 letters were added to accommodate more sounds. Let’s move to the first letter in this set. The first letter in this series is “SH”. There is a special way to pronounce these
letters. I would highly recommend turning the closed
caption (CC) ON for this video. This letter looks very similar to “Sassa”
that we have already learnt in our previous videos. You must have already figured out the difference
in this letter and “Sassa”. There is a “DOT” at the bottom of the letter. So, in Punjabi we call a “Dot”, “Bindi”, “Bindi”. So to pronounce this letter we say “Sassay
Paer Bindi Sh”, letter “Sassa” we have already learnt. “Paer” means Foot. “Bindi” means dot. So there’s a dot in the foot of Sasaa and
the pronunciation is ‘Sh’. It resembles combination of English alphabets
‘S’ and ‘H’, “SH”. You can repeat after me “Sassay Pair Bindi
SH”, “Sassay Pair Bindi SH”. Let’s see how to write “Shashaa”. To write “SH” we will mark beginning and end
of the letter with Green and Red dot respectively. Now, we can start from Green dot and make
a horizontal line first. Come down, make a curve here, move to the
right and make a vertical line and end the letter at the Red dot. Let’s move to the next letter. Next letter is “Khh”, “Khh”. “Khakhay paer bindi KH”. We have already learnt Khakhaa, there’s a
Bindi or dot at the foot, so we say “Khakhay paer bindi KH”. Let’s see how to draw this letter. To draw this letter we will start from the
Green dot.Come down, make a curve here, make a vertical line here and a horizontal line
here in the middle and at the top handle. Put a dot to end the letter. Let’s move to the next letter in the series. Next letter is “G” “Gaggay paer bindi G”. Gagga we have already learnt, there’s a dot
at the foot of Gagga. “Gaggay paer bindi G”. Let’s see how to draw G. To draw this letter we will start from the
Green dot. We will make a horizontal line first. Come down, make a curve here. Make a vertical line here and a dot at the
foot of the Gagga to complete the letter. Let’s move to the next letter. The next letter is Za. “Jajjay paer bindi Za”. “Jajja” we have already learnt, “Paer” means
foot. “Bindi” means dot. So Bindi or dot in the foot of Jajja makes
a sound Z. Let’s see how to draw Z. To draw Z we will start from the Green dot,
we will make a horizontal line first, come down, make a vertical line. From the middle go to the left, make a curve
and end the letter at the red dot. This is how we draw Z. The next letter is “F”. “Faffay paer bindi F”. Let’s see how to draw this letter. We will start from the Green dot we will make
a horizontal line first. Come down, make a curve and a loop at the
end and make a dot to end this letter. This is how we draw “F”. Let’s see how to draw the last letter in this
series. The last letter is “L” “Lallay paer bindi
L”. “Lalla” we have already learnt, “Paer” in
the foot of Lalla. “Bindi” means “Dot”. “Lalley paer bindi L”. Let’s see how to draw L. To draw “L” we will start from the Green dot. We will make a horizontal line first and similar
to Lalla we will make a V here and we will make curves at the both ends of this V. One
at the left and one at the right. And we will end the letter with the dot at
the bottom. In this video we have learnt last 6 letters
of Gurmukhi alphabets. In the next video we will start the Counting/Ginti
in Punjabi. If you like this video and would like to support
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store. Stay tuned, Keep learning Punjabi. Thank you 🙂

4 thoughts on “Learn Punjabi Lesson10 – Last set of 6 Punjabi Alphabets in 5 Minutes”

  1. Sir, can you explain me this words, which side we use this, I know about 35 alphabets but this alphabets I don't know where we use & how can we use…

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