DEVAL NIKUNJ PATEL: I am living in Brisbane for the last 12 years. I completed my studies, a bachelor’s in accounting. I joined Gujarati school because I believe the Gujarati language is very important to keep our culture alive.
DEVAL NIRAV PATEL: I am living in Brisbane since 2011 and before that, I have spent most of my life in Palanpur, a small town located in 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 our next generation and the generations after.
DHRUTI PATEL: I have been living in Brisbane since 2011. I was born and raised in Gandhinagar and studied Master of Computer Application. I strongly believe that the mother tongue is the root of any culture so it should be nourished, and we need to preserve it for the future generation. Teaching the Gujarati language is a noble cause toward my community which is motivated me to involve with Brisbane Gujarati School.
KHYATI THAKKAR: Ahmedabad is my hometown. I have been living overseas for over 19 years & have been living in Brisbane for 6 years. I was 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.