Gurmukhi Letters

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Primary Letters

1 2 3 4 5
Oura Aara Eere Sasa Haha
kakha khaka gagah Khaga NahNa
ch'cha CH'CHA Ja'Jah CHaJHA Nah'NHA
taTah ThaTHA DaDHA dHADa aNarHA
tAta ThaThA DaDhA dHaDha N'Naa
paPAA PHaPHA BaBHa BHAba MhMA
Y'YA RaRH LaLH VaVHA A'nHHa


Letter Modifiers

੧੦ ੧੧ ੧੨ ੧੩ ੧੪
ਿ
Kannaa Sihaaree Bihaaree Laanv Dulaanvaan Horhaa Kanaurhaa Aunkarh Dulainkar Tippee bindee Adhak


Tools for learning Gurmukhi or Punjabi as it is also refered to can be found on the internet and in books. Below are listed the addresses of sites where one is able to access information on learning Gurmukhi:

Learning Tools

Unicode Gurmukhi

Dictionary



See also

Banis in Gurmukhi

Setting up Gurmukhi facility on your Computer

External Links

Learning Tools

Unicode Gurmukhi

Conversion tool

  • Punjabi Font Converter This is an online utility which will allow the conversion of ASCII based Gurmukhi characters to Unicode. So for example the phrase : siqgur pRswid will be converted to ਸਤਿਗ੝ਰ ਪ੝ਰਸਾਦਿ

Dictionary & Translation tools

Downloadable

More resources

History of Script

Typing

Translation tools

References

  • 1. Singh , G.B., Gurmukh] Lipi da Janarn te Vikds. Chandigarh, 1972
  • 2. Teja Singh, Sahit Darshan. Paliala, 1951
  • 3. Bedi, Tarlochan Singh , Punjabi Vaiiak da Alochnatmak Adhyan. Delhi, n.d.
  • 4. Arun, V.B., Panjabi Bhasha da ftihds. Ludhiana, 1956
  • 5. Bedi, Kala Singh, Panjabi Bhashn da Vikds. Delhi, 1971
  • 6. Chatterji, Suniti Kumar, ed., The Cultural IIni/nge of India. Calculla, 1978
  • 7. Grierson, G.A., Linguistic Sumey of India. Calcutta, 1916
  • 8. Linguistic Survey of India,Vol IX, Part I, Delhi, 1968. &
  • 9. Singh, G.B., Gurmukhi Lippi da Janam te Vikas, Chandigarh, 1972.