Pinterest

Explore Punjabi Culture, India India and more!

Punjabi_sardar.jpg (JPEG Image, 2304 × 3072 pixels) - Scaled (21%)

Punjabi_sardar.jpg (JPEG Image, 2304 × 3072 pixels) - Scaled (21%)

I support Punjabi Heritage Month, now you can too at www.punjabiheritagemonth.ca #punjabi #culture #language #ndp #april

I support Punjabi Heritage Month, now you can too at www.punjabiheritagemonth.ca #punjabi #culture #language #ndp #april

Know Why Punjab Is Called “Punjab”!  The name of Punjab has its origins from the Persian language. The word Punj means five in Persian and the word aab refers to waters. So the combined word refers to “five waters” or in this case “five rivers”. And indeed this is a land of five waters as there are five perennial rivers flowing through this region namely, Jhelum, Sutlej, Ravi, Chenab and Beas. The five rivers that flow through Punjab, rendering its name, are the tributaries of the river…

Know Why Punjab Is Called “Punjab”! The name of Punjab has its origins from the Persian language. The word Punj means five in Persian and the word aab refers to waters. So the combined word refers to “five waters” or in this case “five rivers”. And indeed this is a land of five waters as there are five perennial rivers flowing through this region namely, Jhelum, Sutlej, Ravi, Chenab and Beas. The five rivers that flow through Punjab, rendering its name, are the tributaries of the river…

Punjab Pakistan

Punjab Pakistan

Baisakhi – Punjabi New Year: The biggest harvest festival celebrated across North Indian states, especially in the land of Five river’s Punjab. Usually Baisakhi falls on 13th April, and some time on 14th and also celebrated as the day of the formation of the Sikh Khalsa. The main celebration takes place at the birth place of the Khalsa and at the Golden Temple in Amritsar, at Talwandi Sabo and can be seen in United States, Canada and United Kingdom.

Baisakhi – Punjabi New Year: The biggest harvest festival celebrated across North Indian states, especially in the land of Five river’s Punjab. Usually Baisakhi falls on 13th April, and some time on 14th and also celebrated as the day of the formation of the Sikh Khalsa. The main celebration takes place at the birth place of the Khalsa and at the Golden Temple in Amritsar, at Talwandi Sabo and can be seen in United States, Canada and United Kingdom.

NANKANA SAHIB at Hassanabdal | Beautiful Sikh Temple of Guru Nanak- Punjab province Pakistan.

NANKANA SAHIB at Hassanabdal | Beautiful Sikh Temple of Guru Nanak- Punjab province Pakistan.

CST03037IND.jpg (JPEG Image, 603 × 900 pixels) - Scaled (73%)

CST03037IND.jpg (JPEG Image, 603 × 900 pixels) - Scaled (73%)

WWE-The Rock in Punjabi song Hummer

WWE-The Rock in Punjabi song Hummer

Incredible India Photography, India is truly incredible.

Rivers,India

Indian Wedding Photographer,Indian Weddings,Henna,Rivers