Gujarati is mainly spoken in the state of Gujarat, which is in western India, bordering Pakistan and the Arabian Sea. Like many of the other northern languages of India, it is descended from Sanskrit and is written in an alphabet similar to that used by Hindi, but without the horizontal line running along the top.


It has about 45 million speakers and is one of the official provincial languages recognised by the Indian constitution.

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