Gurmukhi is the most common script used for writing the Punjabi language in India.Gurmukhi was standardised by the second Sikh guru, Guru Angad Dev Ji, in the 16th century. The whole of the Guru Granth Sahib is written in this script. The name Gurmukhi is derived from the Old Punjabi term "Gurumukhi", meaning "from the mouth of the Guru".
Basically Gurmukhi has thirty-five consonants (vianjan) and 6 consonants made with adding dot to the exiting ones, nine vowel symbols (laga matra), two symbols for nasal sounds (bindi and Tippi), and one symbol which duplicates the sound of any consonant (addak). In addition, four conjuncts are used: three subjoined forms of the consonants Rara, Haha and Vava, and one half-form of Yayya. Use of the conjunct forms of Vava and Yayya is increasingly scarce in modern contexts.
Gurmukhi is primarily used in the Punjab state of India where it is the sole official script for all official and judicial purposes. The script is also widely used in the Indian states of Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and the national capital of Delhi, with Punjabi being one of the official languages in these states. Gurmukhi has been adapted to write other languages, such as Braj Bhasha, Khariboli (and other Hindustani dialects), Sanskrit and Sindhi.
With the help of this app you can learn Reading and writing punjabi in Gurmukhi script.
In this app there is a picture section for kids to understand the letters. this section is like Punjabi Bal Bodh Kaida.
There is a game as well, where you drag and drop the alphabet to its right place on the board.