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    ભારત દેશના પશ્ચિમ ભાગમાં આવેલા, પહેલાંના જમાનાથી વેપાર ક્ષેત્રે આંતર રાષ્ટ્રીય મહત્વ ધરાવતા ગુજરાત રાજ્યમાં ઉદ્ ભવેલિ અને ગુજરાતીઓ દ્વારા બોલાતી ભાષાનું નામ છે, ગુજરાતી ભાષા. ગુજરાતી ભાષાને આંતર રાષ્ટ્રીય ફલક પર વર્ગીકરણ પ્રણાલીમાં ઇન્ડો-આર્યન ભાષા સમુહમાં મુકવામાં આવે છે. ગુજરાત અને ભારતનાં અન્ય રાજ્યો તથા પાકિસ્તાન ઉપરાંત વિશ્વનાં અનેક દેશોમાં ગુજરાતી ભાષા બોલતા લોકો વસે છે, જેમાં મહદ્ અંશે, અમેરિકા, યુ.કે., કેન્યા તથા દક્ષિણ આફ્રિકા સહિત આફ્રિકાનાં અન્ય દેશો, કેનેડા, ઓસ્ટ્રેલિયા વિગેરેનો સમાવેશ કરી શકાય. ભારતને આઝાદી મળ્યા બાદ ગુજરાત રાજ્યની સ્થાપના ૧ મે, ૧૯૬૦ના રોજ થઇ હતી અને ત્યારથી ગુજરાત રાજ્યની અધિકૃત ભાષા તરિકે ગુજરાતીને સ્વિકારવામાં આવી છે.


    Gujarati (ગુજરાતી Gujarātī) is an Indo-Aryan language, and part of the greater Indo-European language family. It is derived from a language called Old Gujarati (1100–1500 AD) which is the ancestor language of the modern Gujarati and Rajasthani languages. It is native to the Indian state of Gujarat, where it is the chief language, and to the adjacent union territories of Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli.



    Spoken In : India, Pakistan, United States, UK, South Africa, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Australia, New Zealand, Mauritius, Fiji, Canada, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Portugal, Panama, Malaysia, Norway


    Native Speakers: 46.5 million (1997)


    Language family: Indo-European > Indo-Iranian > Indo-Aryan > Western > Gujarati


    Writing system: Gujarati script, former use of Devanagari before invention of Gujarati Script, also use of Arabic script by the Ismaili community and other Gujarati communities, mainly in Pakistan.


    Official language in: Gujarat (India), Daman and Diu (India), Dadra and Nagar Haveli (India)


    Regulated by: No official regulation


    Language codes: gu (ISO 639-1), guj (ISO 639-2, ISO 639-3)


    There are about 65.5 million speakers of Gujarati worldwide, making it the 26th most spoken native language in the world. Along with Romany and Sindhi, it is among the most western of Indo-Aryan languages. Gujarati was the first language of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the "Father of the Nation of India", Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the "Father of the Nation of Pakistan" and Vallabhbhai Patel, the "Iron Man of India." Other prominent personalities whose first language is or was Gujarati include Swami Dayananda Saraswati, Morarji Desai, Narsinh Mehta, Dhirubhai Ambani, and J. R. D. Tata.


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      References :
    • Government: National Portal of India : india.gov.in
    • Gujarat State Portal : www.gujarat.gov.in
    • Technology Development for Indian Languages (TDIL) : tdil.mit.gov.in
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