She gained a language because of her movement, which reflected on me a lot. Her background information spoke the difficulty she had between different languages, which affected me in many ways. Starting of with my mom, her name is Manjeet Kaur and her side of the family is from India, Punjab- Amritsar. She learned to read and write in India when she was 6-years old. Her first language was Punjabi with no problem speaking it but when she transferred to the United States of America, she learned speaking and writing English slowly by slowly.
Essay on Punjab – The Sikh Homeland
13 Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in a Joint Family
For the Indian students of Sociology, the study of the Indian family system deserves special attention, not only because they are born in Indian families but also for here the family system differs in material respects from the western family system. The family in India does not consist only of husband, wife and their children but also of uncles, aunts and cousins and grandsons. This system, called joint family or extended family system is a peculiar characteristic of the Indian social life. A son after marriage does not usually separate himself from the parents but continues to stay with them under the same roof messing together and holding property in common.
This chapter describes the difference between Housewife A and Housewife B. Type A tend to marry successful men that have a good income, great leaders, volunteer at a lot of local organizations, and intelligent. Type B are viewed as needing economic outpatient care, always needing support, never leader or volunteer, and live close to their parents. People that are full time employed, often never receive cash gifts from parents.
Punjabis derive their name from a geographical, historical, and cultural region located in the northwest of the Indian sub-continent. Punjab comes from the Persian words panj five and ab river and means "Land of the Five Rivers. The Punjab is an ancient center of culture in the Indian subcontinent. It lay within the bounds of the Harappan civilization, the sophisticated urban city-based culture that flowered in the Indus Valley during the third millennium BC.