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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Jayana Shah, of Leicester - where 40,000 Gujuratis live - spent a day fruitlessly trying to phone her family in Ahmedabad.
The special Commendation Award went to the Gujurati Community Group in Cardiff for their humanitarian response following the Indian earthquake in January this year.
The information will also be available free of charge in Braille, large print, audio tape format, Gaelic, Cantonese, Punjabi, Hindi, Gujurati and Urdu.
Lyng Hall School pupils Arteesha Bosamia (top), aged 16, gained an A-Level in Gujurati, her sister Drusha, aged 18, achieved A grades in five subjects at A level.
But because of the reputation the area seems to have got for itself a lot of people have moved out, a lot of Sikh and Gujurati families.
In Britain, thousands of Gujurati immigrants were yesterday anxiously seeking news of relatives caught in the disaster.
The new website also has information in Punjabi, Gujurati, Urdu, Bengali and Chinese.
The event, at Wellesley Gardens, off Springfield Road, Moseley, will also see performances from Bhangra, Irish and Gujurati dancers.
Daniel Finnan, community radio development officer, said he and his team had planned an action-packed schedule of new, alternative and specialist music, and shows broadcast in French, Portuguese, Hindi, Gujurati and Urdu.
Shree Hindu Gujurati Samaj - pounds 2,050 to provide a Hindu festival for Nuneaton and Bedworth;
Teaching the Pacific Institute's Step personal confidence programme through a series of videos, and by translating them into Punjabi, Gujurati and Urdu, Preet has helped women of all ages to re-think their outlook on life, allowing them to access training courses and find employment.
Now Lifesavers hopes to run courses with Asian-speaking trainers and give out information in languages such as Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Gujurati and Bangla.