Punjabi: راج کرے گا خالصہ باقی رہے نہ کوئی

Gope

Senior Member
Tamil
"Raj karuugaa xaalSah, baaqii rahe nah ko" is the title of a chapter in shahaabnaamah (p.63). Is the language Panjabi? :)Thanks for an answer.
 
  • Qureshpor

    Senior Member
    Panjabi, Urdu پنجابی، اردو
    راج کرے گا خالصہ باقی رہے نہ کوئی

    جہاں تک لفظِ خالصہ کا تعلق ہے میں اِسے آپ پر چھوڑ دیتا ہوں کہ آپ خود اِس کے معنے انٹرنیٹ پر ڈھونڈ لیں۔
     

    tarkshya

    Senior Member
    Marwari
    Gope Ji. This is famous Sikh religious slogan. The words actually are "Raj Karega Khalsa".

    This doha was composed by Guru Gobind Singh Ji himself. You can find more information on wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raj_Karega_Khalsa

    Regarding your question if the language is Punjabi, the answer is actually no, even though Sikh religion is intimately tied to Punjab. The language of Sikh religious scriptures is an amalgamation of many north western Indian languages, with Braj Bhasha being more dominant.
     

    Gope

    Senior Member
    Tamil
    Gope Ji. This is famous Sikh religious slogan. The words actually are "Raj Karega Khalsa".

    This doha was composed by Guru Gobind Singh Ji himself. You can find more information on wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raj_Karega_Khalsa

    Regarding your question if the language is Punjabi, the answer is actually no, even though Sikh religion is intimately tied to Punjab. The language of Sikh religious scriptures is an amalgamation of many north western Indian languages, with Braj Bhasha being more dominant.
    tarkshya Ji, my question was prompted by the two words karuugaa for karegaa and ko for ko'ii in that slogan. marrish SaaHib's reply settles the matter. (May I add my personal experience of wikipedia? Most often it has an indicative value (something to go by)but by no means authoritative.):D
     
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