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The Gujarati language is an Indo-European language spoken in Gujarat, a state in Western India, and in many countries where Indians have emigrated. It is written from left to right with a specific alphabet similar to Devanagari, which is used to write Hindi and Sanskrit. This alphabet is in fact an abugida of 47 characters. Gujarati is a phonetic language with very few exceptions.
Contents[edit | edit source]
- Sentence structure
See also[edit | edit source]
- Gujarati language (Wikipedia)
- Gujarati Wiktionary
- Hindi course
External resources[edit | edit source]
- viral Gujarati. Online dictionary and thesaurus.
- Gujarati on Omniglot. Thorough explanation of writing system with excellent chart.
- Teach Yourself Gujarati by Professor Rachel Dwyer. Excellent all-round textbook. Audio accompaniment part 1  and part 2 . From 1995.
- A Simplified Grammar of the Gujarati Language. Detailed and accurate grammar. From 1892.
- Basic Guide for Gujarati Language. Helpful words and phrases.
- Pustakalay sahitya, a reading library with Gujarati books for download.