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    Identify area in Pakistan based on accent

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrxnI...eature=related

    at 00:16 what accent is that? I mean which place in Pak do ppl speak like that?

    this is what he says
    hun koi kam te kara, trey ghantay ho gae sanu dhup wich khara kita ey, usi kar vi jana hai.

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    punjab

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    Bhaape

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    Punjabi.

    That accent is mainly of rural areas (pinds etc)

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    That is saraiki varient most likely from Sargodha. The dubbing itself is done by people from Faislabad and I am sure some saraiki varients are spoken districts around faisalabad as well.

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    lol the whole video is in Punjabi so I don't get how the accent at 0.16 can be considered punjabi.

    I would have said that's a Pathan Bahi speaking Punjabi accent but it' was a bad attempt if he really was trying to sound like a Pathan speaking punjabi. But overall the video rocks.
    Last edited by Abdullah22; 23rd November 2011 at 21:05.



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    thanks for all the replies.

    I am a punjabi myselves - lived in Punjab,India as a kid and one old lady in our neighborhood (she came from Pak originally) spoke like that. she said she was from Pakpattan.

    different punjabi accents in India that I can identify - I was sure there would have been differences on Pak PUNJAB side as well.

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    There are definitely different Punjabi accents in Punjabi so best reply to your question in this thread is by zimmz Bhai

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    The accent @016 is from Kalar Kallar / Chakwal area

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    ^ Not at all. I am from Chakwal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cricketismylife View Post
    thanks for all the replies.

    I am a punjabi myselves - lived in Punjab,India as a kid and one old lady in our neighborhood (she came from Pak originally) spoke like that. she said she was from Pakpattan.

    different punjabi accents in India that I can identify - I was sure there would have been differences on Pak PUNJAB side as well.
    in which part of pakistani punjab say threh for 3 and which say timm?

    i would guess that northern punjab, jhelum, chakwaal, pindi say threh for 3 whereas in pakpattan which is southern punjab tinn would be used??



    کجھ شہر دے لوک وی ظالم سن
    کجھ مینوں مرن دا شوق وی سی

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    ^right.

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    That's definitely a Southern Punjab accent.


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    The accent used in the YouTube video is a mixture of Punjabi and Sairaiki. There is a good chance the guy, who recorded the sound or dubbing, is from the Southern Punjab or South Eastern Punjab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cricketismylife View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrxnI...eature=related

    at 00:16 what accent is that? I mean which place in Pak do ppl speak like that?

    this is what he says
    hun koi kam te kara, trey ghantay ho gae sanu dhup wich khara kita ey, usi kar vi jana hai.
    punjabi totay are made by a group of comedians from Faisalabad, Pakistan..

    But that Punjabi accent @ 00:16 is found in suburban Sargodha, i have heard that accent myself in different Chaks (pinds) of Sargodha,

    Chaks are planned pinds, some people moved to Chaks (from Gujrat, Gujranwala etc.) after they were given lands to cultivate after Chaks were planned. But the people who migrated to Chaks don't have this accent, only the NATIVES of that area speak in this accent.

    No its NOT sairiki, its Punjabi

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