Discover the latest Panjabi (Punjabi) language books for kids and adults. This list updates when we add new titles to our collection.
On self development ; for juvenile.
Stories based on flowers.
Picture dictionary of vocabulary words; for children.
On fish and animals; for children.
Primer of Gurmukhi alphabet; for children.
Children's ghazals based on various means of transport. Wikipedia tells us that: "The ghazal is a form of amatory poem or ode, originating in Arabic poetry. A ghazal may be understood as a poetic expression of both the pain of loss or separation and the...
Story based on two children and their father in a park.
Story based on a little girl whose friend moved to another country.
Story based on gudda guddi wedding (wedding of two dolls)
Story based on zoo outing.
Story based on a puppet show.
Memoirs of the author as a member of the Indian military.
On the life and works of Cāndī Rāma Cāndi, born 1937, Panjabi folk singer; includes sampling of his songs.
Brief biographies of great Indian personalities, chiefly Sikhs from Punjab, India.
Transcripts of interviews with Panjabi song writers, singers, and music directors.
Contributed articles on the life and works of Amarjot, folk singer from Punjab, India.
On conduct of life and personal growth.
On the life of Vālmīki, classical Sanskrit saint poet.
On how to reduce fat and be fit.
Author's travelogue covering London.
On the history and social life of Ghanaur Kalan, village in Sherpur Tehsil in Sangrur District of Punjab State, India.
On the cultural and religious places of Delhi, India.
Author's travelogue covering England (a few pages on London), America and Canada.
Autobiography of S.S. Johl, agricultural scientist and former vice-chancellor of Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana.
A collection of modern Panjabi couplets.
Articles based on the memoirs of people who migrated from Pakistan to India during 1947 partition.
Reminiscences of a Panjabi author.
Biography of Udham Singh, 1899-1940, Indian revolutionary.
Anecdotes from the life of Guru Nanak, 1469-1538, 1st guru of Sikhs.
Articles on the problems of children and women in India; previously published in magazines.
On the life of Guru Nānak,1469-1538, 1st Guru of the Sikhs; includes text of Ādi-Granth, Sikh canon.
Volume one of the autobiography of a Panjabi author.
Thought provoking articles, based on self improvement.
Biography of Bhagat Singh, 1901-1931, Indian revolutionary and freedom fighter.
On the life of Dhuleep Singh, 1838-1893, former ruler of Punjab, India.
Historical novel based on the struggles of Sikhs for their right to enter Canada during 1914-1920.
Diary of an Indian film and stage actor.
Play based on life of Karatāra Siṅgha Sarābhā, 1896-1915, revolutionary from Punjab, India.
Poems and articles; articles on social issues of India.
Biography of Karatāra Siṅgha Sarābhā, 1896-1915, revolutionary from Punjab, India.
On the life and contribution of Guru Angad Dev, 1504-1552, 2nd Guru of the Sikhs.
Travelogue, covering different places of the world.
Biography of Manī Siṅgha, 18th century Sikh religious leader.
Autobiography of a surgeon from Punjab, India.
Travelogue, covering Tibet, China.
Tales from Tripura, originally in Bengali, now in Panjabi.
Stories based on moral theme; for children.
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