Our Hindi translation team consists of
Hindi is the name given to an Indo-Aryan language, or rather a dialect continuum of languages, spoken in northern and central India. It is the second most widely used language in the world, as determined by the number of speakers. As of 2008, approximately 500–680 million people declared Hindi to be their mother tongue, while persons speaking it as a second language numbered an estimated 120–225 million. In 2001, native speakers of the different dialects of Hindi accounted for 41% of the Indian population. The Constitution identifies Hindi as one of the two official languages of communication for India's federal government and Hindi is one of the country’s 22 official working languages. Official Hindi, often termed Standard Hindi, is used alongside English with respect to the affairs of the central government. Standard Hindi (Hindustani) is also an official language of Fiji, though the language is also spoken in Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Nepal, Suriname, and Burma (Myanmar). Standard Hindi is a Sanskritized register that is derived from the Khariboli dialect. Urdu, by contrast, is a separate “persianized” register of the same dialect. Like many other modern Indian languages, Hindi has evolved from Sanskrit, by way of the Middle Indo-Aryan Prakrit languages and Apabhramsha of the Middle Ages.
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),