other notable dates are shown for the years 2003-2020.
Dropdown menus allow one to choose a year, a month, or the language in which to display the data. An entire month is shown, and one can scroll left and right in the display area. The two languages for display are currently English and Panjabi.
When the application is first started, it opens to the current date as set in your device. The current day will be
highlighted in yellow. When one browses to another month, or year, and then returns to the current month and year,
this highlighted current day will again be in the initial view area.
For the years 2003-2020, a link is shown on the day that Guru Nanak's Parkash falls on. If that link is touched, a background article about Guru Nanak's Parkash will be downloaded to your device from Pal S. Purewal's
website (see below), to be viewed through an Adobe Acrobat viewer.
In addition, for the years 2013-2020, new moons and full moons are shown on their appropriate days, for
informational purposes only. When the icon for a moon is touched, a small informational pop-up is shown.
Note that the Nanakshahi Calendar (Original) has desi months as follows:
Chet, Vaisakh, Jeth, Harh, Sawan - 31 days
Bhadon, Assu, Katik, Maghar, Poh, Magh - 30 days
Phagun - 30 or 31 days (if a leap year)
Note also that the Nanakshahi Samvat - new year - always starts on Chet 1, which is March 14.
If you have any comments, problems or suggestions about this application please email Mr. Purewal at
For numerous articles and other information related to the Nanakshahi Calendar, visit Mr. Purewal's website, http://www.nanakshahi.net
The program contains number of lessons such as grammar,vocabulary,test,tips and conversation.
We tried to use a simplified language by which you can understand easily
Download this offline application and speak fluent English to make a bright full career.
Now Read Gurbani in Punjabi, Hindi and English
Sewa by www.KeertanParcha.com
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Sikh Connect basically a NITNEM (Daily Naam) android app which is a collaboration of different banis (Path). This is very first time these Banis (Path) coming up with 12 languages. Sikh Connect app will help you to read and listen to Audio on your mobile.
This app will tell you more about the ‘Origin of Sikhism’, ‘Sikhs Ten Gurus’, ‘Chaar Sahibzaade’ and ‘Panj Pyare’
Languages: - English, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, Tamil, Telgu, Bengali, Malayalam, Kannada, Arabic, Russian and Greek
Sikh Connect app - key features: -
Complete 'Nitnem' - 7 paths
Select language of your preference: - English, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, Tamil, Telgu, Bengali, Malayalam, Kannada, Arabic, Russian and Greek
Listen to 'Nitnem Audio': -
Pause button will stop audio and let you play path from where you left.
-Designed & Developed by Jaspreet Singh and Pranav Arya.
To make this more interesting, the app is designed as a quiz. It will display a Gurbani Tuk and ask you meaning of a word in the Tuk with 4 options to choose from. After every question, it explains the meaning of the word and the complete Gurbani Tuk in English and Punjabi. Every correct answer adds to your score. Each quiz asks 10 questions. At the end of each quiz, it shows all the questions asked in quiz along with their English and Punjabi meanings for you to refer again to all the questions.
You can play as many times as you want. Quiz picks up random questions.
Currently, this app is being released with a limited set of questions. However, work is already in progress to add many more questions. However we would love to hear your feedback, be it positive or negative. Even if you did not like this app, leave a feedback for us to improve where we are lacking.
We have tested this app on Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7, Samsung S3, Samsung Galaxy Tab3 and LG Optimus1. On larger screens, like 10" or more, the application would work but since the application is designed majorly for current phone screens, you might see empty spaces on 10" screens.
On smaller screens like 3.2" screens, you may have to scroll to see all 4 options or English / Punjabi explanation on the Answer page. If application is not working correctly on any Android device, please let us know with as much details as you can for us to fix those.
To be able to better manage the flow of quiz, the Android's back button has been disabled for this application. You can use the buttons on the top of the screen to navigate.
The app includes the MP3 audio files within so it can be used off-line this is also the reason for the large app size.
Currently the 7 banis are included.
"Learn Punjabi" is a lite version of "Learn Punjabi Advanced" app available in play store.
More than 49,000 punjabi learners have downloaded this app for Learning Punjabi.
It helps learners to learn Punjabi alphabets, numbers and words quickly. If you like this app you can upgrade to "Learn Punjabi Advanced" that includes more number of sections and some awesome features.
Features of lite version of Learn Punjabi:
* Touch and listen pronunciation of Punjabi alphabets, Numbers(Ginti) and draw gurmukhi alphabets on drawpad.
* Drawpad has on screen instruction that helps in drawing punjabi alphabets
* Drawpad comes with various drawing options under Menu:
1. Draw Emboss alphabets
2. Draw blur alphabets
3. Draw alphabets using simple color
4. Use "Eraser" to rub alphabet drawn or
5. Use "Clear Screen" option to wipe out the entire screen
6. Choose different colors using "Choose Color" option for drawing Punjabi alphabets.
* Touch and listen some words under Words(Akhar) section.
Currently it has words for "Mukta", "Kanna", "Sihari" and
"Bihari". Other sections are available with Advanced version of this app.
* App to SD card supported.
It contains alphabets, numbers, days, months, fruits, animals and 2 exercises where your kid can draw and learn.
Dedicated to my Daughter, Ekam and all kids of the world.
The Guru Granth Sahib, or Adi Granth, is the religious text (Gurbani) of Sikhism. They Contain 1430 Angs, compiled and composed during the period of Sikh gurus, from 1469 to 1708. It is a collection of hymns (shabad) or baani describing the qualities of God and why one should meditate on God's name. Guru Gobind Singh (1666–1708), the tenth guru, affirmed the sacred text Adi Granth as his successor, elevating it to Guru Granth Sahib. The text remains the holy scripture of the Sikhs, regarded as the teachings of the Ten Gurus. The role of Adi Granth, as a source or guide of prayer, is pivotal in worship in Sikhism.
Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Contains Baani By Various Bhat Sahibs and Bhagats too.
Major Nitnem Baanis are from Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji
Baani is written in form of 31 raags.
1. Satnam Sri Waheguru Voice audio clip on Startup Screen
2.Listen MoolMantra on a Click Of Button
3. Tells You About the 5 K's Of Sikhs
4. Makes You Familiar with 11 Gurus Of Sikhs
5. Brief Description About Golden Temple-Sacred Place For Sikhs
6. Photo Gallery
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