DEVAL NIRAV PATEL: I am living in Brisbane since 2011 and before that, I spent most of my life in Palanpur, a small town located in the Banaskantha district. Gujarati is my Matru Bhasha (mother tongue) – a language that I have heard and learnt since I was in my mother’s womb. The main reason for being a part of Gujarati School is that I want to pass this more than a 1000-year-old legacy to the next generation and the generations after.
KHYATI THAKKAR: Ahmedabad is my hometown. I have been living overseas for over 19 years & have been living in Brisbane for 6 years. I completed BCOM with accountancy. Teaching my mother tongue is done out of a pure passion for the adorable language. I thrive on teaching because language is the most important way of keeping our culture alive for future generations. I am grateful for the platform I am given where others share the same passion.
MEGHANA SHAH: I am from Gandhinagar. I have done my Bachelor of Commerce from Ahmedabad. I live in Toowoomba for the last 6 years. I love spending time with kids and teaching them different aspects of our culture. Thankfully online Gujarati School provided me with an opportunity to volunteer from Toowoomba. I wish all the Gujarati kids across Queensland can take this advantage of online studies.