What does Vaari mean in Punjabi

Janavari Punjabi German

Janavari Punjabi German: Janavari is a Punjabi word or phrase and can be translated as January. The Punjabi word January is written in the Gurmukhi script common in Punjab, in the Devanagari script common in northern India üblichen, in the scientific IAST transliteration janavarī. Punjabi Janavari, also written s, means January

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Janavari Punjabi - German translation

Janavari is a term in the Punjabi language. Punjabi, also written Punjabi or Punjabi, is spoken in the Indian state of Punjab and therefore of course by all Punjabis. Punjabi developed from Sanskrit, is one of the 22 constitutional languages ​​of India, is the official language in the state of Punjab in north-west India. Punjabi literature has been around since the 12th century. Punjabi became the language of Sikhism and is therefore spoken by Sikhs all over the world. Punjabi is therefore also a religious language. Religious texts, mantras and songs in Punjab are given a certain sacredness. But this is about something more profane:

Punjabi Janavari, German translation January

Janavari Punjabi - German January

German-Punjabi translations

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Video about Janavari Punjabi German

Punjabi is an Indian language. India is the home of yoga. Here you will find a video on the topics of yoga, meditation and Ayurveda, which doesn't have much to do with Janavari, but can be interesting.

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German-Punjabi translations

Janavari in other Indian languages

Here are a few links to articles where you can learn how to say Janavari in other Indian languages:

More information about Punjab and Punjabi

Links about yoga and meditation

Summary

The Punjabi expression Janavari can be translated into German as January. Punjabi Janavari - German January.