In this post you will learn how to say ‘how are you?’ in Gujarati, the native language of Gujarat, India. You’ll also learn common responses so you can respond if you’re asked this question. This can be really useful if you’re speaking with someone from Gujarat or if you’re travelling there.
Gujarati is the official language of the state of Gujarat in India and is spoken predominantly by the Gujarati people. It is spoken by around 56 million people worldwide as a first language and about 4 million as a second language.
How To Say ‘How Are You?’ In Gujarati
There are a few different ways to ask ‘how are you?’ in Gujarati depending on the situation. The most common ways are detailed below.
In informal situations, such as with friends use:
|How are you?||Kem che?|
|How are you?||Majaman cho?|
In formal situations, such as with people you don’t know or older people use:
|How are you?||Kem cho?|
|How are you?||Tame kem cho?|
Kem cho can also be used to say hello!
How To Respond To ‘How Are You?’ In Gujarati
There are many different ways that you can reply to this question. Below are the most common responses to this question. I’ve also included how to say ‘thank you’ as it’s polite to thank someone if they ask how you are.
|I am fine||Hu saro chuu / Hu theeka chuu / Hu majama chuu|
|I don’t feel well||Mane saaru natee|
|I’m tired||Hu taki gayo chu|
|I’m sad||Hu duki chu|
|I’m excited||Hu utsahi chu|
|I’m worried||Hu chintit chu|
Check out the video below to hear the pronunciation of some of these phrases. It also includes some additional phrases too:
It’s also useful to know how to say ‘and you?’ to find out how someone else is if they ask you.
|And you? (polite)||Ane tame?|
|And you? (friendly)||Ane toom?|
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You should now know how to say ‘how are you?’ in Gujarati and you should also be able to respond if you’re asked!
You can’t go wrong with these simple phrases.
If you found this post useful, you may also want to learn how to say I love you in Gujarati.