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Hindi Language Translation

Language Translation, Inc. (LTI) is a leading Hindi translation service. Our translation
professionals are fully prepared and qualified to fulfill all of your Hindi translation needs whether it is English to Hindi translation, Hindi to English translation, or translating Hindi with any other language. We consistently deliver true, accurate, and complete Hindi translations.

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We can handle translation projects of all sizes, and we guarantee the highest quality work at competitive prices. Our 3-step quality assurance process ensures that your documents are translated flawlessly. We only employ translators who are highly trained native speakers of the language into which they are translating. This is especially significant when you consider the fact that Hindi can be so ambiguous in the meanings of its words and idiomatic phrases, and these ambiguities can be easily overlooked or missed completely by an untrained person.

Hindi, which is the most commonly spoken dialect of the Hindustani language, is the third most spoken language in the world. It is the predominant language spoken by India’s crowded population. Many forecast that the population of India will soon eclipse that of China, but the widespread practice of English in India keeps Hindi from outdistancing Mandarin, which is the prevailing language on the planet.

Hindi is very similar to the Urdu language in vocabulary; they just use different written scripts. In everyday conversations, speakers of both languages are generally able to understand each other. There are between 60 and 100 million speakers of Urdu. Hindi’s script for its written language is called Devanagari, a writing system in the abugida class where the foundational character is a syllable composed of both consonant and a vowel. The Indian constitution was adopted in 1950, declaring that Hindi would be written in the Devanagari script and would be the official language of the Federal Government of India. But English is also still used as an official language as well. Hindi is one of the 22 languages of the Eight Schedule of the constitution of India, which gives it status on the Official Language Commission. While the constitution has declared Hindi and English the two languages for communication in the Central Government, most government documentation is furnished in three languages: Hindi, English, and the official language of the particular state involved.

The majority of Hindi speakers live in India and Nepal, but Hindi can be found anywhere in the world where its speakers have emigrated. There are a few countries outside of India and Nepal where Hindi has a significant number of speakers: South Africa, Mauritius, Britain, Yemen, Uganda, Singapore, New Zealand, Germany, and the United States. The official language of Pakistan is Urdu, which is spoken by over 41 million people there and in other countries. Dakhini is a more southern and archaic form of Urdu with fewer Persian and Arabic loanwords.

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