How to say I have a headache in Punjabi

While learning how to say I have a headache in Punjabi, you need not take care of gender or singular plural options of the words.

However, this expression can be conveyed in two versions.

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The fourth word of this Punjabi line is bit difficult to pronounce for people who are not native to India as it ends with a special and very hard version of ‘ḍ’.

The below given option can also be translated in English as: My head is aching. The contextual meaning is same and therefore in Punjabi, you can use this line too.

I have a headache in Punjabi

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