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Punjab Prezi

Facts, Culture, Education, Economy, Tourism and People of Punjab

Prabhjit Brar

on 20 April 2013

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Culture Education Economy People Tourism Food Clothing Temples Festivals History Religion Universities Courses offered include: arts, science, engineering, law, medicine and business
They lead to first degrees as well as postgraduate Agriculture Industries Rich Vs. Poor Ethnic Groups Families Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar Punjabi University, Patiala Punjab University, Chandigarh Airports Shopping Wagah
Border Breakfast:
Dhuhi Non-Veg Dishes:
Tandoori Chicken
Butter Chicken
Chicken Tikka Vegetarian Dishes:
Dal Makhani
Kadhi Lunch & Dinner Other Dishes / Sweets:
Shahi Paneer
Mater Paneer
Barfi Breads
Roti (Kanak, Maki)
* usually created with large amounts of ghee Akal Takhat Sahib Damdama Sahib Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib Harmandir Sahib The only international airport in Punjab is located in Amritsar. Chandigarh and Ludhiana have small airports operating in Punjab, which are for local flights. Agriculture is the main occupation of the people of Punjab. The major crops grown in Punjab include wheat, corn, rice, sugarcane and cotton. More than 80% of Punjab is cultivated. The principal industries include the manufacture of textiles, sewing machines, starch, fertilizers, bicycles, electrical goods and the processing of sugar and pine oil. Everyday Clothes Bhangra Clothing Gidda Clothing January 31st Parkash Utsav Dasveh Patshah
(Birth of Guru Gobind Singh Ji) March 17th Holla Mahalla November 9th Bandi Chorr Divas (Diwali)
(Sikhs celebrate the release of Guru Hargobind Ji from imprisonment) April 13th Vaisakhi
(Birth of Khalsa) June 16th Martrydom of Guru Arjan Dev Ji September 1st Phalia Prakash Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji
(SGGSJ bestowed title of being eternal and final sikh guru) November 24th Guru Nanak Gurpurab
(Guru Nanak Dev Ji's Birthday) November 24th Martydom of Guru Tegh Bahadur Harmandir
Sahib Art Kada (steel bracelet)
Salwar kameez with chunni
Juttis Turla vali Pagg
Kaintha Chunni
Salwaar kameez
Parandi This state has a grand collection of handmade products. Woolen blankets, sweaters, and
accessories can be found in varieties. The Katra Jaimal Singh market in
Amritsar is a good shopping area to buy souvenirs. Chandigarh is known for sculptures
made of recycled materials like bangles,
broken glass, ceramics and plastic bottles. Ludhiana is the home of woolen clothing
in Punjab. It has thriving woolen mills and
the woolen clothing are very popular. Examples of
Indian Art Durrie Phulkari There are 3 religions practiced in Punjab
Others include: Islam, Christianity and Budahism Dance & Music Folk Songs of Punjab
are the songs of the
body and soul. Dances include: bhangra,
luddi, giddha and kikli Transportation Public Transportation is by buses, rickshaws, tempoos, railways and airplanes

The Richshaw is used on cycles and it has been used since the 1940s

Tempoos are mostly used by people

Buses take over 80% of public transportation and is the main transportation Kila Raipur
Sports Festival Moti Bagh
Palace One of the major ethnic groups is Sikh Jat
People from this community are generally associated with a well-built physical structure and strong determination.
Other groups include those of Aroras and Khatris Many people in Punjab live in villages therefore big houses
It is a tradition to live within big families ranging from 4 to 12 people
Some huge families can have 18 to 20 people in one house
In modern days, many families have members going to abroad countries for better education or careers Located at the northwest part of India
Bordered by: Pakistan, Jammu & Kaskhmir, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan
Also known as Land of 5 Rivers
Punj is 5 and Ab is rivers
5 rivers are Population: 27,704,236
Surface Area: 50,362
Capital: Chandigarh
Largest City: Ludhiana Punjab has 2 parts: India Punjab and Pakistan Punjab
Language: Punjabi The British Rule in Punjab In 1849, the province fell under British rule
In 1919, the Jallianwala Bagh toke place killing 400 people and about 1,200 were injured in the conflict
India gained its independence in 1947 and the province got split into India's Punjab and Pakistan's Punjab Bagh There are both rich and poor people
found in punjab.
Rich people have property, nice cars and houses. Also they are able to educate their children.
Poor people live in broken houses and they don't have a lot of food for their families. They earn a living by working for the rich people at farms or stores. The End There are 3 seasons:
Basant Ruth
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