Punjabi (Punjabi (Shahmukhi): پنجابی, Punjabi (Gurmukhi): ਪੰਜਾਬੀ) or Punjabi people, are an Indo-Aryan ethnolinguistic group associated with the Punjab region in South Asia, especially in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent. Pakistani Punjab and Indian Punjab. They speak Punjabi, a family language of the Indo-Aryan language. The name Punjab means five sources of water from Persia: panj (“five”) and āb (“water”).
The Punjab region of history (see Punjab Section for an important historical context) is commonly referred to as a food basket in India and Pakistan. The integration of various ethnic groups, structures, and citizens of the Punjab region into the common “Punjabi” identity system dates back to the early 18th century CE. Before that the idea and concept of common “Punjabi” ethnocultural identity and community were non-existent, although most of the different communities of the Punjab region had long shared the same languages, cultures, and races.
Traditionally, Punjabi identity is primarily a language, place, and culture. Identity does not depend on the origin or religion of the past and refers to those who live in the Punjab region or who associate with its people and who consider Punjabi as their mother tongue.  Integration and matching are an integral part of Punjabi culture, as Punjabi identity can only be based on international communication. Almost all Punjabi people share the same cultural background.
Historically, the Punjabi people were a distinct group and were divided by several surnames called biradari (literally meaning “brotherhood”) or tribes, each one bound to a family. However, Punjabi knowledge included those who were not of any historical ethnic group. Over time, tribal structures are coming to an end and are being replaced by a more cohesive and inclusive society, as social and collective bargaining creates new pillars for Punjabi society. In modern terms, Punjabi can refer to four of the most common passages; Punjabi Muslims, Punjabi Hindus, Punjabi Sikhs, and Punjabi Christians. Punjabiyan di Shaan vakhri ‘(Punjabi people have an uncanny charm and aura)If you have never heard of a famous phrase before or were unable to accept it, you probably have a natural dislike for Punjabi society. No matter what the reasons you may or may not like it, the fact remains that there are endless reasons why they are different from the crowd.
Scroll through these and find out why Punjabis Rock! Noisy, loving, and full of life, Punjabi makes fun. Here are 15 things that make Punjabis love.
They are noisy and they know it
The Punjabi know that they are GREAT and do not hesitate to acknowledge it. The best part is that they can make their voice heard in the crowd even if people are shouting their lungs. Speaking of which, we make sure it is decibel higher than usual. Why should we make a girl happy by calling her our woofer and enjoying being her amplifier? Also, they are all noisy people as the world already knows. Whatever impressive or impressive they could be, they would do everything in a style which is why it makes them stand out.
In short, having a Punjabi friend can be a cure; they can make you love your life and yourself.
Big fat Punjabi wedding
There are no casual celebrations or quiet celebrations, Punjabi weddings simply mean sound and comfortable – on your face. From the first day to the last minute of the wedding, they believe that everything should be over and it should be either NOTHING FUN. Combine the above points with a view of making a lifelong commitment to marriage. All the best food, alcohol, music and relatives meet for at least a seven-day party. And just for the record, no Punjabi wedding is complete without breaking the bhangra and gidda in dhol or the Punjabi wedding songs by Gur Nalon Ishq Mitha and Ishq Tera Tadpave. Tara Rara Cake!
You never know how many people can find jokes in all situations or make jokes at any time – but Punjabi is different. They have something funny to say in every situation they face or experience. Whether it makes other people laugh or not – they don’t care! Punjabi does not need the audience to laugh at their jokes. They have a good sense of humor and pull it out with the right confidence! Humor is in their blood and watching your Punjabi friend mock someone can make your day easier.
They have a special way of doing things and again if you get a chance to see two Punjabi talking to each other, there will be Happiness.
No Hate for Honey Singh
Forget any hacking or closing time, most Punjabis swear by the top charts of Yo-Yo. And no team is perfect unless its best collection is played. After all, Honey Singh provides what is needed, so why not make a mockery of him and hate him!
Butter chicken and Patiala Peg
For dinner or a meal at home, choosing a menu is by no means a no-brainer, as the choice is simple – Butter chicken, daal makhani, and parantha – a staple food for most Punjabi people. You can run, you can hide but you can not escape this system in all Punjabi meetings and greetings. Chances are you are in this meeting to find only delicious food. Take at least three servings unless you want people to think you are eating. Punjabi believe that the path to the human heart passes through the stomach. Last o oye! At least it’s better to go out and try junk food and get angry later on by wasting money. Whether it’s Masala Dosa or Butter Chicken with Butter Naan, they enjoy all the bites with the same satisfaction and cover the entire restaurant due to their ‘edible’ nature. There is nothing as cool about Punjabi as a drink. Be it day or whiskey, the Punjabi make friends who drink a lot. Think cool, cool, sounds cool right?
Dance as if no one is watching
Who said Punjabi dance only at weddings? They can move a leg anytime and anywhere when good music comes along. Even if that means playing loud music in your car and dancing in the street with friends, they give you nothing. Whether it’s their son’s wedding or a neighbor’s distant news work, they don’t worry so much because all they care about is Honey Singh’s peppy track on the dance floor that attracts them even to the laundry! They will be the life of the event, no matter how late it is.
From cooking to cleaning, even dancing or singing, they will enjoy everything without hesitation. In short, they will have their way of doing things.
Jas, gur, har, prabh, deep, Preet, jeet, meet – 101 ways to name your child
Take a word, add one of the above prefixes or suffixes or both, and voila! She has a Punjabi name. Do not be surprised if your friend’s uncle or aunt has the same name. And don’t even start nicknames. Do you have feelings? Say to your child Happy. Do you eat a good roll? Name your child Frankie.
Who would want to date a person who can’t even spell his name correctly? So Tinny, Ginny, Sweety, Monty, Pinky are the safest ways to choose nicknames among Punjabis.
Saanu ki? Punjabi response to the most difficult syapa in life. Hello!
Anything can be fashionable
Although you may not look down on Punjabi girls for their dress code, they may be brave enough to try at least some new things. With a few twists and turns, they can set their style statements. And if it’s bling in question, well carry it without hindrance.
Friendships are endless
The Punjabi people love to meet and greet people with great love and affection. By their actions, they would make you feel like they had known you for years. Yes, they do not dance in their way to strangers but they can communicate quickly with the new people they meet. Say what you want but your Punjabi friends make you laugh a lot, know the best dhabbas in town, and are always ready for good and bad. They’re your friends at 2 am mostly because you almost hang out with them in their SUV, listening to loud music, just for fun. You don’t care about the world because, you know, point 8. And there is a reason why the Punjabi says “Saade naal rahoge te, aish karoge”. Happy!
Wherever you go, Punjabi follow
No, I’m not saying bad things here. It is clear that Punjabi is a very popular people and that is why, no matter what part of the world you go to, you will see Punjabi there. Also, they will be the strongest, in your team. They would never allow anything to stop them from having a good time. A living life, as it ends tomorrow, is their motto.
Japan, te pappian, has a lot of love to offer
Expect a bone-crushing kiss and a crush on the cheek (sometimes ear and hair) when you meet a Punjabi. A word of advice, do not try to escape the kiss of death of love. It is not just contempt, it is considered an insult. Yes, kitta?They have the best defining strategies in the world. Punjabi can make anything sound fun and vibrant. Listening to their stories can make your days better all the time.
Patiala peg, chicken-shikan, and Yo Yo Honey Singh – this is how we ‘party all night’
No matter how small the event, Punjabi love makes a difficult party. Alcohol flows in gallons, there is enough food to feed a small country and the girls wear simple clothes. The phrase ‘burn the dance floor was probably coined at a disco in Sector 17.
Built (bullet), puls (police), Kanayda (Canada), Nyoda (Noida), we accept language and how!
We also like to repeat our words. Dinner-shinner, mutton-shutter, party-sharty, fun-shun intensify in this way. And what about Grammar Nazi? We Rehendey!
There is love in all maara chand and friendship in all chapped khaani hai. If they abuse you in your way, you are probably the most loved person in the world. Punjabi are extroverts from birth. They speak what they hear without hesitation, which is what makes them different.
A Punjabi friend is someone who will never stab you again which is what makes him or her worth.
Bling is King
The diamonds filled with diamonds, gota-work chunnis, rainbow colors, and animal prints make up a Punjabi wardrobe. Top this with a Louis Vuitton or Chanel bag and the outfits are perfect. Hana Ji.
He is always ready to help you
Not only are they generous but they are also very helpful at times getting out of their way to get you out of trouble. Go to Punjab and enjoy welcoming winning guests.
Have the key to every problem – saanu key
With a lucky sense of luck, they are very optimistic people who take everything their way. They will play in a happy mood when they face difficult times.
They are lovers of hard music and drive with full volume and lowered windows
You will find them following silly songs and songs of ‘ridiculous length’ and you still love them for their tireless and fun. They will not change, you will improve their taste and you will do it voluntarily!
That abuse falls on your ears like rosebuds
Punjabi has the ability to use profanity as an effective means of communication. ‘Saale’, ‘Haraamkhor’, ‘Bhen ke’ all sound friendly and fun when you make friends with Punjabi. Hopefully, these words are beginning to sound more loving than human good manners.
The liver is in their blood
They never stop talking about their minds! They are extremely honest and fearlessly face hardships whether they are fighting for their friends or their rights. They will be the happiest people you will ever meet. They have a warm heart and love to have fun so they can laugh at their jokes.
Have an endless penchant for ammunition (bullet), Odi (Audi), and Caneda (Canada)
They may prefer to wash their Bult daily rather than wash themselves. You can learn all kinds of great cars in Punjabi songs that are more focused on these than any logical theme. And then, you have heard them brag about moving to Canada and living a successful life at the petrol pumps.
Put the JBL speakers down their throats
The word ‘respect’ does not appear in the Punjabi dictionary. They are natural in nature and you can enjoy the romantic fights that take place across the street.
Speak fluent English Punjabified!
They may leave you divided when trying to speak fluent English and fall into it. Half the time, you finish and correct their sentences and together you laugh deep as they kill the tongue.