Language of Bhavnagar



Gujarati is the principle language of Bhavnagar. Hindi, English, Marathi and Punjabi are some of the other languages that are spoken widely in this city.

The main language of Bhavnagar is Gujarati, which is spoken by almost every person. Gujarati, one of the Indo-European languages, is spoken in its purest form in this city. It is also said that Gujarati spoken in this city is syntactically correct. Bhavnagar is known to have produced some of the famous Gujarati writers such as Kavi Kant, Dula Kag, Subodh Mehta and Jhaverchand Meghani, who have made some valuable contributions in Gujarati literature.

Among the other languages of Bhavnagar are Hindi and English. Hindi, which is the official language of India, is spoken by a large number of population of Saurashtra. A majority of population of Gujarat also speak English. It is noteworthy that Bhavnagar houses many people belonging to the different states of India. Therefore, one can find people speaking Punjabi, Marathi and other languages belonging to the Indo-Aryan family in Bhavnagar.



Last Updated on 23 July 2012






     


     

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