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Synonyms for Gujarati

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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Rajkot (Gujarat) [India], Dec 7 ( ANI ): Continuing his attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Dr Manmohan Singh on Thursday once again criticised the demonetisation move and alleged that the former has "betrayed" the trust of Gujaratis.
Jab Harry Met Sejal, his new romantic comedy which features him as a jaded tourist guide based in Europe who reluctantly falls in love with a young, delightful Gujarati woman (Anushka Sharma), is the creative equivalent of a honeymoon that turns sour.
abu Dhabi Hundreds of kites will dot the skies of Abu Dhabi on Friday as India's Gujarati community celebrates Uttarayan or Makar Sankranti - the kite flying festival.
The fact that serious fault lines have opened up between Gujaratis and Maharashtrians is made obvious by this food issue - it is not as if the BJP has introduced the ban.
Over two lakh students have acquired proficiency in English so far through this initiative," Modi's website had declared, buttressing that English speaking was a " requirement of a Gujarati student".
Ambani called Gujarat his home and said that he is proud to be a Gujarati.
The elections prove how mature the Gujarati voter is.
Now, it will be more convenient for us," said Chandrakant V Chothani, Convener of the Muscat Gujarati Samaj.
Gujaratis are businessmen but they are not as open as the Sikhs by heart.
The Trust has already formed close links with Gujarat after Gujarati health professionals, including a psychiatric social worker, a psychiatric nurse and four doctors with clinical, research and practice expertise in mental health, visited various services and facilities last year.
8 for Somalis, Bengalis, East London whites and Gujaratis and 0.
So, did NavinMail really make a difference in the lives of Gujaratis affected by the quake?
Around 25 million PIOs live in 130 countries and as many as six million of them are Gujaratis.