its funny when your traveling around there because once your outside of your region its as if your in another mans land lol! the convo ends up becoming "look their zameen is like that" "why have they grown their fasal like this" "why is theres like that" "oh look thats how they do this over here " lol
tbh people from places like ludhiana, khana etc dnt sound different to people from doaba apart from a few words here and there then again these places are not that far amritsar dialect is quite different though my thayee is from malwa and she says a few words different like for children instead of saying naiane she says jwaak lol i thinks shes from ludhiana
Lidl have been giving free bags full of veg, fruit etc to all the staff at NHS wihch is really nice local punjabi business are giving free food to NHS workers too my mum got some too but didnt need it so gave it to the neighbors
Punjab has quite a bit of variance. There probably will be some differences in temperament.
No different from parts of the UK and there are going to be stereotypes.
We think of scousers as car thieves and we think of people in East Anglia as inbreds.
Because we don't live in Punjab, we don't know all the intricacies.
i didnt get that straight away now i get it LOL! yh simran in punjab 😁
Simran as a female name is annoying lol think coz iv seen it in so many 90s cheesy hindi movies lol and the few "simrans" iv known were far from simran lol