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5jabiportal wrote:......before starting the rest, how about teaching gurmukhi to people!! That would be the first natural step for anyone interested in punjabi language content.
5jabiportal wrote:Written in the same roman script but it disappears after the second generation in North America and Australia cuz its not taught formally.
5jabiportal wrote:On another note, is there a concise resource of punjabi folk tales and stories. Also, is there a way to tell where each one of them are from?
5jabiportal wrote:like roop basant is from Sanghol etc.
5jabiportal wrote:Could it have travelled the oppositie way!!
5jabiportal wrote:Also, Dharanagri is metioned again and again in legends and geneologies in Punjab, dunno what the connection is there but there is an actual historical account of Shaka(Scythians) rulers losing dharanagri a fort in the hills of Malwa(MP) in a battle and being driven north-westwards(towards nagaur-bikaner) out of there around 400-500 AD, .
5jabiportal wrote:hmmm...interesting i was reading a british era clan and geneological record and this punwar, parmar etc. are the progenitors of so many jatt clans from Bahawalpur and Multan(where jatt clans still use those last names interestingly) all the way to Payal, Ambala, Sargodha, Amritsar etc.......
5jabiportal wrote:After leaving their fort they seem to have moved towards the kingdoms of Bhattis and Chuahans in Rajasthan(maybe their relatives) and then northwards, makes sense as you metioned the forts around the satluj. Also, there were older kingdoms of smaller Punjab specific rajput clans like Manj, Saroa(also the forbearers of many other jatt last names) etc. already in Patti-kasur and Sialkot areas......wrong thread here lol.
5jabiportal wrote:Have you heard of the folk tale bopolucchi?
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