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The Punjabi Syllabary
Punjabi is a language spoken in Western India and Eastern Pakistan.
The Pakistani version is written in a form of Arabic script called Nastaliq. The
Indian version is written in a script called Gurmukhi (meaning "from the mouth of the guru"). It
is derived from the Devanagari writing of Sanskrit.