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·       As well as the mother tongue of Quaid-e Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah, the "father of Pakistan" and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, The iron man of India.   Contact Gujarati translator for translation from English into Gujarati www.indianscripts.com

Gujaratis in the English speaking world 

·        In the United Kingdom, Leicester (Midlands) and Wembley (North London) are two areas popular with Gujaratis.  

·        In America, states such as New Jersey, New York, California, and Texas are quite popular with Gujaratis and a sizeable population of Gujaratis live here. 

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Gujarati – A language of rich origin 

  

Gujarati has an Indo-European, Indo-Aryan origin. The history of the language can be traced back to 12th century. A formal grammar of the precursor of this language was written by Jain monk and eminent scholar Hemachandra-charya in the reign of Rajput king Siddharaj Jayasinh of Anhilwara (Patan). This was called Apabhransa grammar, signifying a language which is a corrupted form of languages like Sanskrit and Ardha-magadhi. 

  

Modern Gujarati language owes a lot to the English 

Modern exploration into Gujarat and its language is credited to British administrator Alexander Kinloch Forbes. During the nineteenth century he explored much of the previous thousand years of the history of the land and compiled a large number of manuscripts. The learned body devoted to Gujarati language is named after him, Farbas Gujarati Sabha with headquarters in Mumbai. Contact Gujarati translator for translation from English into Gujarati www.indianscripts.com

Gujarati Dialects and the English language 

As with most languages, there are regional dialects which differ, some have many Arabic and Persian terms, while others, such as the southern dialects, take more from Portuguese and English, while others take more from Hindi. It is not a single language, and was only created 4 to 5 centuries ago. It combines many languages, as mentioned above.Contact Gujarati translator for translation from English into Gujarati www.indianscripts.com



 

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