Punjab Institute in Pakistan complies Seven-volume of Punjabi dictionary

Pakistan complies Seven-volume
Punjab Institute in Pakistan complies Seven-volume of Punjabi dictionary

Punjab Institute in Pakistan complies Seven-volume of Punjabi dictionary

The Punjab Institute of Language, Art and Culture (PILAC) has finally completed the compilation of a seven-volume Punjabi dictionary on Monday in Pakistan. According to the media sources, this compilation is considered as the mother of all Punjabi dictionaries in the sub-continent. The dictionary was titled ‘PILAC Dictionary Punjabi to Punjabi’.

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Punjab Institute
Punjab Institute in Pakistan complies Seven-volume of Punjabi dictionary

A renowned Punjabi scholar and visiting faculty at the Government College University, Lahore, Dr Shahid Kashmiri was supervising the entire project. Under his supervision, two composers and ten researchers were hired to work on this project.

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According to the media sources, the dictionary took two years and Rs 24 million (Pakistani currency) on its competition. It will be priced at Rs 9,000 (Pakistani Currency), once it is launched for the general public.

Pakistan complies Seven-volume
Punjab Institute in Pakistan complies Seven-volume of Punjabi dictionary

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PILAC Director-General Dr Sughra Sadaf told the media that Chief Minister, Usman Budar, would be the Chief Guest at the launch ceremony. She also invited prominent writers, artists, intellectuals from different walks of life to the ceremony. She further told that it was a huge task and a milestone that PILAC has achieved.

-PTC NEWS