Author: Ishwar Datt
Publisher: Readwell Publications
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8187782013
The Gujarati language has its roots in the languages of Indo-Aryan family of languages like Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu and Persian. Words in Gujarati language are feely borrowed from these languages but those are modified in many respects. Even the alphabet of Gujarati bear much resemblance with Devanagari alphabet. But the author of Readwell’s book Learn Gujarati in a month has chosen to teach this language through English because English is widely spoken and understood in India.
Moreover, those who don’t know Hindi can easily pick up through English. The author has given some lessons in grammar so that the learners may be able to form the sentences on their own. Gujarat is the native state of the Father of the National-Mahatma Gandhi-and Gujarati his mother tongue. So it is matter of pride to learn this language.
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