Punjabi Sufi Poetry — Sufiana Kalam
Punjabi poetry has its own charm. Its language is more archaic than Hindi or Urdu; its imagery is drawn from country life and simple crafts. Its poetry belongs to the countryside, to the farm, and tiny market town, and is instinct with a simplicity and sincerity that is rare in the more classical language. Panjabi poetry sings mainly of Love and God. By the Sufis these two themes are interwoven.
This is our section to present the Punjabi Sufi Poetry (Sufiana kalam) in its entirety in text. We'll try to present it in three scripts understood by Punjabis worldwide: Roman, Shahmukhi, and Gurmukhi. Later on, we'll add English translation too.