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Punjabi (sometimes spelled Panjabi) is the language of the Punjab region of India and Pakistan. It is an Indo-European language of the Indo-Iranian subfamily. In India, the language is spoken predominantly by Sikhs and Hindus, who write it in the Gurumukhi (From the mouth of the Gurus) or Devanagari scripts, whereas in Pakistan, the language is spoken mostly by Muslims, who use a modified Arabic script.
Punjabi is also spoken as a minority language in several other countries, including Afghanistan, as well as many nations where Punjabis have emmigrated in large numbers, such as Britain, Canada, and the United States. Punjabi is the sacred language of the Sikhs, in which the religious literature is written. It's usually the language of Bhangra music, which has gained wide popularity recently, both in South Asia and abroad.
Modern Punjabi is a has borrowed extensively from other languages, including Hindi, Urdu, Persian and English. Like other North Indian languages, is derived from Sanskrit and is therefore Indo-European. In addition, like Hindi and Urdu, it has a substantial number of loanwords from Arabic, Persian, and even a few from Turkish. Many sources subdivide the Punjabi language into Western Punjabi (Lahnda) and Eastern Punjabi.
Much like English, Punjabi has moved around the world and developed local forms by integrating local vocabulary. While most loanwords come from English, Hindi and Urdu (and indirectly, from Persian and Arabic), Punjabi emmigrants around the world have integrated terms from such languages as Spanish and Dutch. A distinctive "Diaspora Punjabi" is thus emerging. As there is no formal consensus over vocabulary and spelling in Punjabi, it is likely that Diaspora Punjabi will increasingly deviate from the forms found on the Indian Subcontinent in the future.