|Pages: 268||Width: 4.00 inches.|
|Publication Date: 5/2006||Height: 7.50 inches.|
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This book provides the student, traveler, relief worker, or government employee with vital tools for communication. All Gujarati words appear in the Latin alphabet to aid the English speaker, although the alphabet used for Gujarati script is introduced. The extensive two-way dictionary, concise grammar and handy phrasebook will help travelers when dining out, traveling around the country, and getting acquainted with Gujarati speakers.
Gujarati is the official language of Gujarat, a state located on India’s western coast and bordering Pakistan. Many of its 45 million speakers live in Pakistan, Bangladesh, East Africa (Uganda and Tanzania), and Great Britain. Significant populations are also in North America.
About the author(s)
Sonal Christian is a freelance translator fluent in Gujarati, Marathi, Hindi, and English. She resides in Mumbai (Bombay), India.