“Punjabi Everywhere”

I came across this amazing video of a white guy singing a traditional Punjabi song, while playing a drum, in an outside mall area (hat tip: Satwinder). Often we wonder how Punjabi will be preserved. I think one of the unique ways is through music.

I hope you enjoy it as you begin your weekend!

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23 Responses to ““Punjabi Everywhere””

  1. Gurumustuk Singh says:

    Definite influence of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

  2. Gurumustuk Singh says:

    Definite influence of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

  3. balmeet says:

    LOL. I like how the desi guy sat down, posed for a picture, and left clapping – but didn't leave a tip.

  4. balmeet says:

    LOL. I like how the desi guy sat down, posed for a picture, and left clapping – but didn't leave a tip.

  5. Which city is this in? He did such a good job!

  6. Which city is this in? He did such a good job!

  7. justasikh says:

    This is the coolest thing I've seen in 2010. The rest of the year is going to have a tough time beating this!

  8. justasikh says:

    This is the coolest thing I've seen in 2010. The rest of the year is going to have a tough time beating this!

  9. Phulkari says:

    I am glad you are all enjoying the video! It is pretty awesome!

    Balmeet Singh-His friend left a tip and then the guy sat down. :)

    Empowerment Engineer- I am assuming the performance took place in a European city because 1) I see children walking around in their school uniforms and 2) I am doubtful something like this could take place in the U.S. … we are too busy making English-only policies!

  10. Phulkari says:

    I am glad you are all enjoying the video! It is pretty awesome!

    Balmeet Singh-His friend left a tip and then the guy sat down. :)

    Empowerment Engineer- I am assuming the performance took place in a European city because 1) I see children walking around in their school uniforms and 2) I am doubtful something like this could take place in the U.S. … we are too busy making English-only policies!

  11. Mewa Singh says:

    Actually it's Australia, not Europe or the US.

  12. Mewa Singh says:

    Actually it's Australia, not Europe or the US.

  13. Roop Dhillon says:

    Have you seen the cheena on youtube? He spent some of his childhood in the punjab and speaks it perfectly

  14. Roop Dhillon says:

    Have you seen the cheena on youtube? He spent some of his childhood in the punjab and speaks it perfectly

  15. Rana says:

    The right way to preserve Punjabi is by speaking, reading and writing, listening will just then happen

  16. Rana says:

    The right way to preserve Punjabi is by speaking, reading and writing, listening will just then happen

  17. kaurasach says:

    The man is a great mimic

  18. kaurasach says:

    The man is a great mimic

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