Gujarati


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a member of the people of Gujarat

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the Indic language spoken by the people of India who live in Gujarat in western India

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Dylan Samani, aged 11, said: "The show was such a good experience; I learned lots of words in Gujarati.
2014 was a groundbreaking year for India a year that raised India s standing in the world through the election of another great Gujarati to Prime Minister of this great nation.
I have found Gujarati dishes to be a revelation in terms of what can be done with vegetables, humble pulses and clever spicing.
The song "Mor bani thangaat kare" was originally written in Bengali and later translated by Meghani in 1944 and went on to become one of the most traditional and popular Gujarati songs ever.
This latest addition to the expanding frontier of Gujarati studies offers eleven masterly chapters written by thirteen scholars representing several disciplines.
The blue sky over Al Dosari Farm at Shahaniya was covered in hundreds of colourful kites yesterday when a large number of Indian expatriates took part in a festival organised by Gujarati Samaj Qatar.
RAMY SALAMA DOHA GUJARATI Samaj Qatar, an Indian community forum, held its annual kite flying festival at the Al Dosari garden near Shahaniya, on Friday.
Modern migrations; Gujarati Indian networks in New York and London.
Translations from the Gujarati By the author and Saleem Peeradina
Radio Pakistans external service is already broadcasting programmes in seven languages including Bengali, Hindi, Chinese, Gujarati, Pushto, Dari and Farsi.
The Gujarati translation of the book would soon hit the stands in the state, he said.
They are also available in CD format and available in 26 languages - Albanian, Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Croat, Dutch, Farsi (Persian), French, German, Greek, Gujarati, Hindi, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Somali, Spanish, Tamil, Turkish, Urdu and in Vietnamese.
It features Dhol drummers, Gujarati child folk dancers and a poetry recital.
This bi-lingual production in Gujarati and English is written by Jez Simons, RSC Writer and Directors Award winner for 1996 whose TV credits include EastEnders, Emmerdale and Dream Team.
Sitanshu Yashaschandra, eminent Gujarati poet and dramatist, served as Vice Chancellor of Saurashtra University, Rajkot, and taught in the Department of Gujarati at M.