Our Hindi translation team consists of
Hindi belongs to the Indo-Aryan branch of Indo-European languages, or rather dialect continuum of languages spoken in northern and central India. Hindi has during the time far removed from the Indo-European origin in its construction principles. Hindi is an official language in India, but English and 17 other regional languages are still allowed. About 350 million people speak Hindi as their mother tongue, and a larger part of the other inhabitants of India speak it as a second or educational language, whereby Hindi is in competition with English. Overall, the number of people who at least partially dominate and use Hindi is likely to be well over 500 million people. This makes it the second most used language in the world when measured by the number of speakers. In addition, Hindi and Urdu are basically the same language, only Hindi is written in the Devanagari script, which already used the ancient Sanskrit manuscripts, and has also adopted many words from Sanskrit.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Ahmedabad (IN), Bangalore (IN), Belle Mare (MU), Biratnagar (NP), Birganj (NP), Chennai (IN), Drenas (SR), Hyderabad (IN), Jaipur (IN), Kathmandu (NP), Kaushaltar (NP), Kolkata (IN), Lalitpur (NP), Mumbai (IN), Nagpur (IN), Neipyijto (MM), New Delhi (IN), Paramaribo (SR), Port Louis (MU), Quatre Bornes (MU), Raipur (IN), Rose Hill (MU), St. Pierre (MU), Suva (FJ), Vadodara (IN),