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To make this more interesting, the app is designed as a quiz. It will display a Gurbani Tuk and ask you meaning of a word in the Tuk with 4 options to choose from. After every question, it explains the meaning of the word and the complete Gurbani Tuk in English and Punjabi. Every correct answer adds to your score. Each quiz asks 10 questions. At the end of each quiz, it shows all the questions asked in quiz along with their English and Punjabi meanings for you to refer again to all the questions.
You can play as many times as you want. Quiz picks up random questions. You can also enable a setting so that questions are rather asked in sequence.
Currently, this app is being released with a set of 6 banis like Japji Saheb, Asa Di Vaar, Salok M:9 etc. However, work is already in progress to add many more questions. But we would love to hear feedback, be it positive or negative. Even if you did not like this app, leave a feedback for us to improve where we are lacking.
We have tested this app on Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7, Samsung S3, Samsung Galaxy Tab3 and LG Optimus1. On larger screens, like 10" or more, the application would work but since the application is designed majorly for current phone screens, you might see empty spaces on 10" screens.
On phones with smaller screen resolutions, you may have to scroll to see all 4 options or English / Punjabi explanation on the Answer page. If application is not working correctly on any Android device, please let us know with as much details as you can for us to fix those.
To be able to better manage the flow of quiz, the Android's back button has been disabled for this application. You can use the buttons on the top of the screen to navigate.
Keywords: Gurbani, Shabad, Arth, Bani, Meaning, Asa Di Vaar, Japji Sahib, Nitnem, Salok Mahla 9, Steek, Sikh, Gursikh, Bodh, Slok, Salok, Kabir, Kabeer, Fareed