Gujarati

Gujarati (ગુજરાતી) may refer to anything of or relating to Gujarat, India and may refer directly to the following articles:

  • Gujarati people, an ethnic group that is traditionally Gujarati-speaking and can trace their ancestry to the state of Gujarat in western India
  • Gujarati language, an Indo-Aryan language, and part of the greater Indo-European language family
  • Gujarati script
  • Gujarati cuisine, refers to the cuisine of Gujarat, India, a state in western India
  • Gujarati culture
  • Gujarati, a style of sari draping

Other articles related to "gujarati":

List Of States Of India By Number Of Gujarati Speakers
... This is a list of States and Union Territories of India by speakers of Gujarati as of census 2001 ... Rank State Gujarati speakers — India 46,184,604 1 Gujarat 42,806,875 2 Maharashtra 2,315,399 3 Tamil Nadu 199,698 4 Madhya Pradesh 199,148 5 Daman and Diu 108,892 6 Karnataka 100,416 7 Rajasthan 56,507 8 Dadra and ...
Suresh Joshi
... Suresh Joshi (Gujarati સુરેશ હ ... translator, writer and academic in the Gujarati language ... said to have introduced a new prose style in Gujarati literature," according to Gujarati scholar Sarala Jag Mohan ...
Sal Mubarak
... Saal Mubarak (Gujarati સાલ મુબારક, Hindi साल मुबारक), is a traditional Hindu Gujarati greeting reserved for use on Diwali and Gujarati New ... The phrase 'Saal Mubarak' is Gujarati equivalent of Happy New Year ... Gujarati New Year, also known as Bestu Varas, is celebrated the day after the Diwali and is the fourth day of the five day Diwali festival ...
Sarita Joshi - Awards
... she was awarded the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award for Acting in Gujarati ... Other awards include Lifetime Achievement Award for Gujarati Theatre in 2007 by Transmedia (Organization felicitating artist on Gujarati Theatre TV) 'Favorite. 1998 Gujarat Government Award - 1998 Bruhad Mumbai Gujarati Samaj - 2000 National School of Drama - (Delhi 2001) RAPA Award - 2008 Jeevan Gaurav Puraskar - 2010 ...