• Meet the Beloved Gujarati Poet Tushar Shukla

    The man behind much loved Gujarati songs like Puchhine thay nahi prem, Mann masti ane motor cycle, Bhaasha Mari Gujarati Chhe, O Rangrasiya and many more Shukla is gifted with the art of language.   આપણે એને સાચવી જાણીયે આપણને…

  • Sambandho nu Sarovar

    Club Bageshree Presents,   Sambandho nu Sarovar – it is based on Human behavior in Gujarati and Hindi Songs.   Artists – Sanjay Oza, Parth Oza, Payal Vakhariya.   Anchor – Tushar Shukla.   Contact – Ashvin Chavda – 9824632946

  • Life is Awesome Yara

    Life is Awesome Yara, a motivational Gujarati talk event on the subject of “Atmhtya: Karan thi Nivaran Sudhi”. Speakers: Tushar Shukla, Dr Nimit Ozha, Esha Dadawala.

  • Why the Gujarati Language Is About Much More Than Communication

    On why losing your mother tongue is like losing your culture and legacy, according to poet Tushar Shukla and positive journalist Ramesh Tanna. The eminent writers discuss how the language has helped them grow in their life and vocation, at The…





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