Kosh is an electronic English to Punjabi (Panjabi) dictionary written by Noah Hart. It was created to help members of the Punjabi Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses teach in this language.
With more than 100 million speakers Punjabi, or Panjabi as it is also known, ranks as 10th among the most commonly spoken languages worldwide. Punjabi is the most common language among British Asians and is used by an estimated 1.3 million people in Britain. According to the Canadian 2001 Census, it is ranked as 6th most frequent language spoken at home.
Punjabi Kosh is an electronic dictionary that converts English to Punjabi and back again. It has many features designed to help you to learn the language quickly.