Punjabi (Panjabi, pendjabi, penjabi, gurmukhi)! Still 100 million speakers in the Indian and Pakistani Punjab. The Pakistani Punjab is called lahnda. The various forms of Punjabi are more or less influenced by the neighboring languages spoken in Kashmir. The main varieties are pothwari, majhi, doabi and dogri. Punjabi is closely associated to the sikh religion.
The earliest Sikh work is a compilation of poems (Adi Granth). The poet Madho Lal Hussain (16th century) is known for his kafi (short poems composed with stanzas and a refrain on the rhythm of popular songs), a highly developed genre in Sikh Punjabi literature. Among the great Muslim poets note: Bulhe Shah, Waris Shah and Fazl Shah. Among contemporary Sikh writers, one can quote Bhai Vir Singh, Puran Singh and Nanak Singh. There are mainly two writing systems used for Punjabi. These are the gurumukhi and the shahmukhi, here it is in gurumukhi "proceeding from the mouth of the Guru", is used by the Sikhs, we can also find the nagari. This poem about love is in the Punjabi language, which is with Hindi, the source language of the gypsy.