About Our Gujarati Translation Services
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We only translate Gujarati for business and government institutions directly. To assist individuals, we have gathered information on translating a wide range of personal documents such as Birth Certificates,
Passports and Passport Stamps,
Criminal Records and Criminal Clearances,
School Transcripts, and
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Gujarati to English and English to Gujarati Translation Services
* Gujaratie is a syllabic alphabet which means that every consonant has a built in vowel sound and consists of 47 individual phonetic letters.
* Vowels can be written as individual letters or can be shown using diacritical marks written above, below, behind or in front of the consonant they are combined with.
* It is written from left to right with an Indic script, which also means it is not case sensitive and is known as the script of śarāphi (banker's), vāṇiāśāi (merchant's) or mahājani (trader's).
Samples of Gujarati Translation and Interpretation Service
* Our translation services for this language usually encompass public notices and instructions for various immigrants in Canada.
About the Gujarati Language
* Gujarati is spoken by approximately 46 million people in the Indian states of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh while roughly 65 million people speak Gujarati around the world, making it the 26th most commonly spoken native language in the world.
* Gujuarati originated in Western India after the Gurjara-Pratihara dynasty ended, which is how it got its name
It was originally only spoken on Northern Gujarat and Western Rajasthan by the native Gurjars.
* The Parsis who had migrated to Gujarat from the Middle East began to learn Sanskrit and translated their religious texts into Sanskrit, and while they still speak and write Gujarati it is so influenced by their culture that it is an almost completely different dialect.
* During the 15th-17th Centuries, Persian and Urdu had a great influence on Gujarati as it was the official Court Language.
* It was here that Gujarati and Rajasthani began to split with the main dfferences being seen in phonological changes and is when Gujarati was adopted by the Parsis with influences from Persian, Pahlavi and Zand.
* When the British began establishing themselves in India during the 17th Century Gujarati started to show Western influences.
Interesting Facts about Gujarati
* Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, often referred to as the Father of the Indian Nation spoke Gujarati as his home language.
* The world’s oldest reservoir is located in Dholavira in the Kutch district, and it is believed that the ruins of the world’s very first dockyard are located in Lothal near Ahmedabad and both these ancient sites are found in Gujarat.
* In 2009 the 15,000 strong population of Madhapar village near Bhuj in the Kutch district showed a per capita fixed deposit that averaged around £1,200,000 each – this makes it the richest village in the whole of Asia.