Hindi - Professional translations by the translation agency Fasttranslator
Bungalow, shampoo, jungle, and punch are very common words in English. Did you know that these words come from Hindi? Hindi is the main language in India as well as the North and Center of the Indian world. Hindi is spoken in Guyana and Suriname, even if disappearing at a gradual rate. Stemming from Prakrit, an ancient Indian language, Hindi has worked its way to being the second most spoken language in the world, placing directly after Chinese yet before Spanish and English. This fact alone makes translations into and from Hindi increasingly important. If you are one of those in need of a professional translation into Hindi or the other way around, then you’ve come to the right place. We employ exclusively native speaking translation experts who possess masterful proficiency in the language. Along with their translator training, our associates boast relevant know how in different subject areas. In this way, we always find the right translator for your documents. See for yourself and get into contact with us today! We look forward to hearing from you!
How much does a translation into Hindi cost?
The standard rate for translations from English into Hindi is $ 0,22 per word and for translations from Hindi into English the industry rate is $ 0,27. For new customers or large texts (more than 5,000 words) we may significantly reduce our rates. For urgent jobs that need several translators working simultaneously, we'll apply a surcharge. For a full list of rates per language, please visit Rates table for most requested language combinations.
Hindi and Urdu
Hindi is spoken as a mother tongue by more than five hundred million people in the world. Alongside English, Hindi is the official language of India and is therefore learned as a second language. Some 190 million people speak Hindi as a second language or a foreign language learned in school. Hindi contains many literary words from Sanskrit, but differs greatly from the ancient Indian languages of Sanskrit and Pali in its grammar. Hindi is written in Devanagari and is a language full of local dialects. Hindi has a so-called twin language: Urdu. When a person speaking Hindi and another Urdu converse, they have no problems understanding one another. Yet there are differences: Urdu has a large number of Arabic and Persian words and is also written with Arabic characters. Originally, the name Hindi came from merchants and ambassadors who were referring to the language spoken in the North of India. Hindi came into existence after the turn of the tenth century. If you have business related or private documents that you would like translated into Hindi or the other way around, contact our project managers for consultation. We guarantee to find the right translator for your projects.
Just like any modern language, Hindi has changed as time has progressed. Especially after India gained independence, the language experienced a modernization mainly consisting of standardizations. The language is made up of 46 phonemes which are distinguished by vowels, stop consonants, and nasal consonants. In contrast to the traditional Indian languages, Hindi only embodies 3 cases. Verbs are interestingly enough always found at the end of the sentence and tend to be in compound forms with two or more helping verbs. Missing cases are replaced by using various prepositions and because of all these changes Hindi is not an inflected language. Presently, it is considered to be the official language of the Indian Union and its common means of communication. Hindi’s popularity is even increasing in European regions which has a lot to do with the popularity of Bollywood films. Translations into and from this language are steadily increasing in demand. If you still have questions regarding the language or if you would like to request a translation from us, please do not hesitate to contact us. You can reach us by phone and by email. You are also welcome to send us the text to be translated by using the request form on the right hand side.
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