Amrit Punjabi is designed for children and adults looking to learn the basics of Punjabi; the Alphabet, common Animals, Fruit, Vegetables, Colors, Shapes and Numbers. It uses simple images, sounds and text to provide an easy learning experience. The pictures were carefully created to help children learn modern day items. For example, the traditional usage is 'i for inkpot'; most children today have never seen an inkpot. Trying to learn more about their heritage and culture, Sikh and Punjabi children may benefit from this application. This is our contribution to the Sangat.
The application contains six sets of learning tools. Global options can be set, which includes 4 sets of selectable voices, a slideshow option and a continuous looper option. Each set of learning tool has the word in Punjabi, the word in English, a sentence in Punjabi and a phonetic equivalent in English. The user interface is designed primarily in English. The learning tool screens change every 7 seconds, and you can also swipe and use the menu options along the bottom.
We dedicate these tools to all children, especially Simar, Bikram and Hunsaa.