The Republic of India has 22 different official languages.
The Punjabi language is spoken by the inhabitants of the Punjab region in India.
Hindi is the language spoken by 41 percent of the population of India.

Punjabi

Punjabi is the language spoken by the natives of the Punjab region. The Punjab region comprises the Northwest region of the Republic of India and the eastern parts of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. The Punjabi language uses several scripts to write the language in, depending on region and religion. In Pakistan, the script uses the Shahmukhi script. The Punjab region of India uses the Gurmukhi script for writing Punjabi. In other places of India, the Devnagri script is used to write this language.

Hindi

Hindi is used by about 41 percent of the inhabitants of India. Hindi’s verbal usage is mainly in the north areas of the nation. Hindi follows the “Devanagari” script. The “Devanagari” script – generally known as “Nagari” – is published from left to right. In Hindi, the letters are topped by a line in each word, in a similar fashion to Punjabi. The present form of Hindi is called Standard Hindi. This language has around 140 million speakers around the world. The language has an elaborate literature divided into “Gadhya” or the prose and “Padya” or the poetry.

Both Hindi and Punjabi are extensively used worldwide in writings, business manuals, etc. and quite often people get confused between the two. However, besides having an Indo-Aryan origin, both follow a basic pattern in writing style. As you must know that be it vocabulary or grammar, every language follows a basic set of rules that defines its uniqueness, so it becomes even more essential to get a grip over the differences and similarities during the course of translations.

As for tone, Hindi is considered to be a softer and polite language, whereas Punjabi being straightforward sounds crude and aggressive.
In literary works, usage of punctuations, tenses and vocabulary also differ. However, there is a similarity; both the languages are written in Arabic script in many of the Islamic countries.

Tackling Hindi and Punjabi translations

There is a long list of dialects to the credit of both these languages so, while carrying out translations, it is important to pay attention to the regional limitations.
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