Popular Pages

Share

Punjabi People

Reviewed Resources for Students and Teachers

Home

Asia

Asian Indigenous and Tribal People - General Resources

 

 

By peoples, tribes, ethnicity, regions

Afghan People - Ainu People - Achang People - Andhra Pradesh People - Bai People - Bhils People - Blang People - Buryat People - Dongxiang People - Ewenki People - Filipino People - Gadulia Lohars PeopleHalakki People - Hmong People - Hui People - Iban of Sarawak People - Kazakh People - Khmer People - Korean People - Manchu People - Mongolian People - Mundas People - Qiang People - Pakistani People - Pashtun People - Punjabi People - Shan People - Siberian Indigenous People - Taiwan Aborigines - Tamil People - Tatar People - Tibetan People - Uygur People - Yakut People - Zhuang People

 

 

 

Category:Punjabi people - Wikimedia Commons __ Gallery of images of Punjabi People plus links to related materials. - illustrated - From wikimedia - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Punjabi_people

Category:Punjabi tribes __ A list of articles related to Punjabi Tribes found in Wikipedia - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Punjabi_tribes 

Jattworld.com - The Punjabi Jatts __ "In a recent survey taken by JattWorld from 115 random members and visitors, it was found that only 26.96% people now think that Jatt is a "Caste". Majority 57.39% think that Jatt is an Ethnic Tribe or a Race of People. While 3.48% think its a distinct Nationality altogether..."  You will find a lot of information and perhaps an answer to the survey question. - illustrated - From jattworld.com - http://www.jattworld.com/portal/modules/HotNews/

Kamboj, Kamboja, Kambojas, Kamboh - Community, Society & Culture ... __ A good overview including click-to-read articles about who they are, culture, language and much more. - From kambojsociety.com - http://www.kambojsociety.com/

 

Khatri __ An encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - illustrated - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khatri

Khatri __ "The Khatris (Punjabi) or Kshatriyas (Sanskrit, (K) silent) are a north Indian community that originated in the Potwar Plateau of Punjab."  An encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - From sikhiwiki.org - http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Khatri

Mohyal : Who, What, Where, When __ A brief introduction to this Punjabi people along with links to a few related resources. - From servinghistory.com - http://www.servinghistory.com/topics/Mohyal

Mohyal World __ An extended blog about Mohyals with a variety of informative topics. - illustrated - From mohyalworld.com - http://www.mohyalworld.com/ 

Punjab: History, Archeology, Society and Culture __ It is all here plus information about the struggle for freedom, monuments, sports and more. Texts and images are from the archives of the Punjab government. - illustrated - From Punjabi Cultural Society of Chicago - http://www.pcschicago.org/Punjab/

Punjab Online: Introduction __ History, culture, current events and popular culture. - illustrated - From punjabonline.com - http://www.punjabonline.com/servlet/library.library?Action=Intro

Punjabi people __ You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - illustrated - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punjabi_people

Punjabi Rajput : Hindu Rajputs Of Punjab __ A general introduction and a lot of linked resources. - From servinghistory.com - http://www.servinghistory.com/topics/Punjabi_Rajput::sub::Hindu_Rajputs_Of_Punjab   

Punjabi Recipes __ An excellent collection of traditional Punjabi foods. I like to cook myself and can verify the quality of at least one of them. You will have to guess which. Here is a hint: chicken tikka masala. - From punjabonline.com - http://www.punjabonline.com/servlet/community.recipes?Action=Main

Punjabi Shaikh __ "The Punjabi Shaikh are a multi-ethnic community who are partly descended from Arabs, Persians, Afghans and Turks."  An encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - From wapedia - http://wapedia.mobi/en/Punjabi_Shaikh

Rajput clans __ You will find a Rajput clans summary with 5 pages of encyclopedia entries. - From bookrags.com - http://www.bookrags.com/wiki/Rajput_clans

Religion and expressive culture - Punjabi __ "As of the 1981 census, the population of Indian Punjab reported itself as being 37 percent Hindu, 61 percent Sikh, 1 percent Muslim, and a little more than 1 percent Christian, with smaller portions of Buddhists, Jains, and others."  A good overview of Punjabi religion and its social interaction. - From everyculture.com - http://www.everyculture.com/South-Asia/Punjabi-Religion-and-Expressive-Culture.html   

 


 

 

Top of Page

Privacy Policy for archaeolink.com