Dulaankard < produce aaw sound as in these words

b< + t = b<t is pronounced as boot english equivalent = "boots". s< + r + j = s<rj is pronounced as suraj, english equivalent = sun.
V< + V = V<V is pronounced as toot english equivalent = "a tree in punjab". s + c< + l = sc<l is pronounced as school english equivalent = "school"
C< + hA = C<hA is pronounced as chuhla english equivalent = "open punjabi oven". k< + h = k<h is pronounced as khooh english equivalent = "water well ".
l& + D< = l&D< is pronounced as ladoo english equivalent = "a type of punjabi sweets" k + j< + r = kj<r is pronounced as khajoor english equivalent = "palm tree " or "dates from palm tree"
b< + hA = b<hA is pronounced as booha english equivalent = "door" B< + aA = B<aA is pronounced as bhooa english equivalent = "aunt" i.e. father's sister.

Exercise
  1. Write down the above words 10 times each.
  2. Speak these words in a sentence in Gurmukhi.
  3. Create ten more words with dulaenkard write them while pronouncing.
  4. take a quiz to asses your knowledge about this section.

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