The people belonging to Punjab are known as Punjabis. The main occupation in Punjab is farming though people in the last few decades have taken up other professions as well, especially armed forces. The area is known for its greenery and the people are generally good natured and very hospitable.
The language that is spoken mainly is Punjabi though there are several other languages that are spoken as well. The people, irrespective of the language they speak, are known as Punjabis since they belong to the province. The language itself has a large number of dialects and the way it is spoken varies from area to area.
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Sikhs are a religious group who follow the teachings of Guru Nanak. They are mostly based in Punjab though their greater population lies in the Indian Punjab. There are non-Punjabi Sikhs as well such as those residing in Peshawar which speak Pashto and identify themselves as Pashtoons. They are known for their strong physical attributes and bright smiles.
The main religious centre of the Sikhs is in Hassan Abdal, Pakistan where Sikhs from all over the world come every year to pay their respects to their spiritual leader.
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