The event featured a mini bazaar and proceeds from the sales will go to charity, as well as fund Gujarati
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government organises an annual International Kite Flying festival on Janurary 14 to coincide with Uttarayan, and it attracts hundreds of kite flyers from all over the world.
The panto was staged by London based voluntary group, Sansaar, which aims to teach children to speak and understand Gujarati
through fun and music.
In a letter on the issue, she said: "The Conservative Party is fully committed to ensuring the survival of qualifications in these subjects and the next Conservative government will guarantee the continuation of GCSEs and A-levels in subjects such as Polish, Turkish, Gujarati
TV Licensing has been working with groups in Cardiff to highlight licensing requirements to more than 2,990 people in the city who may speak Punjabi, Hindi, Gujarati
or Urdu as a first language.
Through the power of the internet my first born found a gem of a place in Leeds called Hansa's, a Gujarati
vegetarian restaurant that was founded in 1986 and has won awards for the quality of its food.
There is also representation from Gujarati
and North Indian communities.
The move is aimed at connecting Gujarati
travellers, mainly the business community and the tourists, to 80 more cities globally, reported The Hindu, citing senior officials.
27 -- Bharti Airtel is now offering free Facebook access in as many as nine regional languages to its prepaid customers in India - Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati
, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.
He was fluent in several languages, including English, Bengali, Sindhi, Punjabi, Memon, Pashto, Gujarati
The production house of "Ram-leela" has said that credit will be given to Gujarati
poet and social reformer Jhaverchand Meghani in the opening credits of the film, thus putting to an end to another controversy.
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Gujarat will show the way to the rest of the world for solar energy," said Gujarati
chief minister Narendra Modi.
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