Gujarati Alphabet Workbook
All the letters of the Gujarati Alphabet including vowels, consonants and conjoined letters.
We are so grateful you share our desire to learn Gujarati.
Did you know Gujarati is the 26th most-spoken language in the entire world!? You are about to become one of the 50 million people around the globe who speak this ancient language.
There are many reasons you can benefit from learning to be conversational in Gujarati. Our experience has shown these are the strongest motivators:
Have you moved outside of India? Perhaps you have had children and you desire that your young ones could be able to speak with family in India, maybe grandparents--even grandparents living with or near you.
Have you married into a Gujarati family? It might be nice, if this is not your native tongue to be able to communicate clearly with your new relatives. How impressed they will be!
If you want to begin with the basics, then this Alphabet Only course is a good place to begin. If you prefer to start with all the bells and whistles, then we recommend enrolling in our Gujarati Essentials Course which along with the alphabet, you learn the numbers, vocabulary & phrases, tongue twisters and so much more.
It is our sincere hope you will come along with us on this journey. Because once you purchase this course, you own it and have access to it for a lifetime. So let's begin!
Here are the details about the curriculum...and all of it is included when you buy this package.
• Workbook pages for each of the letters of the Gujarati alphabet, including consonants and vowels as well as conjoined letters that are unique to the Gujarati language in workbook only form.
If you learn better through video training, then please enroll in our Gujarati Essentials Course where along with the alphabet workbook practice pages, you can watch a video presentation about each letter and hear how a native Gujarati speaker pronounces them.
Are you ready to dive in?
If you still have questions, listen to what the parent of one of our students has to say:
"I came to America at an early age. I consider myself a 2nd generation Indian. Growing up, I was always eager to learn about who I was, where I came from, and why I enjoyed being Gujarati. Finally, as an adult, I have the opportunity to learn more about being Gujarati along with my kids. Having an online Gujarati learning program allows us to learn our "Matra Bhasha" free from anxiety and from the comforts of our home.
Gujarati is not just a language. It is about our ancestors, it is part of our identity, it is about investing in ourselves. Sanskar Teaching, gives us the opportunity to learn the Gujarati language. To teach our kids morals and values through stories, games, and special verses. Most importantly Sanskar Teaching answers the many "why" questions my kids have.
Why do we say Ramkabir?
Why do we celebrate Diwali?
Why do we touch the feets of our elders?
Why do we tie a Rakhi on bhai?
Without Sanskar Teaching, I would not have the proper answers to these questions. Thank you for thinking of us and taking us on this new memorable journey with you.. I enjoy hearing you speak about your passion and love watching the enthusiasm in your eyes ..
I am so proud and honored to be apart of Sankar Teaching with you ☺"
Vaishali was born and raised in Baroda (Vadodara), Gujarat, India and lived there until the age of sixteen. She was schooled at New Era High School, and was blessed with amazing teachers who instilled within her the love of language and a deep understanding of the rich heritage of the Gujarati culture.
After coming to the United States, she completed her high school and went on to earn her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California (USC). Today, she enjoys her life in San Diego with her husband, two children and her extended family, blending the best of both worlds into her modern life. She feels blessed that every day the vibrancy of the food, dance, language, games and history of the Gujarati culture are an integral part of everything she does.
Vaishali has been teaching Gujarati language, garba, raas and folk dances for the last fifteen years.