Six Languages Increasing in Demand III: Hindi Language Translation
Hindi is spoken by a lot of people. In fact, Hindi is the fourth most commonly spoken language in the world, right behind English and Spanish. (Mandarin Chinese is number one.) As India continues to develop and become more of a global powerhouse in commerce and technology, the demand for Hindi language translation — both domestically and abroad — will continue to rise as well.
The Hindi language is used in many parts of India to help people communicate with one another. You have to remember that India has 22 official languages. When someone who speaks Assamese meets a Tamil (a Dravidian language) speaker, they will probably have to speak to one another in Hindi or English, rather than their mother tongue — even though they come from the same country.