Updated On - January 18th 2021, Updated By - Bhawal Sharma

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18-01-2021: The Central University of Punjab coordinated a two-day Webinar Series on the Relationship of Punjabi with different Languages

Bathinda: The Department of Punjabi, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda (C.U.P.) under the support of Vice-Chancellor Prof. Raghavendra P. Tiwari coordinated a two-day online course arrangement on the topic 'Relationship of Punjabi Language with other Languages' on 15th and 16th January 2021. Under this Webinar Series, two talk meetings were led on the sub-subjects for example 'Punjabi and Sanskrit' and 'Punjabi and Urdu'. The welcomed master speakers of this Webinar were Prof. Renu Bala, Former Professor, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, and Prof. Nashir Naqvi, Former Professor, Punjabi University, Patiala.

The program started with the Welcome Address by Prof. R.K. Wusirika, Dean Incharge Academics. After this, Prof. Zameerpal Kaur, Dean, School of Languages, Literature and Culture and HoD, Punjabi Dept. referenced that different exploration considers have approved that each language is connected with some other language and even there is a linkage between societies and writing of various dialects. She featured that the goal of this Webinar Series is to make our adolescents mindful of the linkage of the Punjabi Language to other related dialects for example Sanskrit and Urdu.

In the principal meeting, Prof. Renu Bala conveyed a talk following the improvement from Vedic to contemporary Punjabi Language and Literature. She referenced that Vedic 'Sanskrit' Language is the base of numerous different dialects including Punjabi. She added, that Vedic Sanskrit and Punjabi dialects have solid relations with one another since antiquated occasions when Punjab was viewed as the home of Sanskrit language and individuals from across the world came to learn Sanskrit at Takshshila University. She declared that the scholars of antiquated Sanskrit Literature including Rig Ved, Chand Shastra, Ashtadhyayi, and so on have their relationship with the sacred place where there is Punjab, and the references of celebrated streams and places of old Punjab are accessible in Sanskrit writing. She added that Gurmat's writing contains numerous expressions of the Sanskrit Language. She stressed that due to this solid linkage both Punjabi and Sanskrit Languages have likenesses in verbal articulation and syntactic principles.

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