|Gujarat, Rajasthan, Sindh, Maharashtra, South India|
The Gujarati languages are a Western Indo-Aryan language family, comprising Gujarati and those Indic languages closest to it. They are ultimately descended from Shauraseni Prakrit.
Numerous Gujarati languages are transitional between Gujarati and Sindhi. The precise relationship, if any exists, between Vaghri, the Bhil languages, Wagdi, Rajasthani, and Bagri, has not been presently elucidated.
|Jandavra||5,000||Sindh and Jodhpur|
|Kachi Koli||500,000||Kutch and Sindh|
|Lisan ud-Dawat||8,000||Gujarat and Northeast Africa|
|Wadiyara Koli||542,000||Gujarat and Jodhpur|
|Saurashtra||185,000||Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka|
|Vasavi||1,200,000||South Gujarat and Khandesh|