Gujarati alphabet is an abugida of 47 characters. Gujarati is a phonetic language with very few exceptions.
Gujarati langauge has its own writing system, distinct but related to several other Indian languages' writing systems, such as the one used to write Hindi. The Gujarati writing system is what is called an abugida (and not an alphabet), because the consonant characters all contain an inherent vowel, and other vowels are written as accents added on to the consonant characters. There are also symbols for stand-alone vowels.
Click Here to view the table and how to write vowels in the above translitration.
Click Here to view the table and how to write consonents in the above translitration.
This is a Stand alone conversion methode. Type Gujarati in English (Gujarati +English) and get Gujarati unicode output.