Our Pashto translation team consists of
Pashto (also known as Pakhto, Pushto, Pukhto, Pashtu, Pushtu or Afghani) is an Indo-European language spoken primarily in Afghanistan and northwestern Pakistan. Pashto belongs to the Eastern Iranian branch of the Indo-Iranian language family. There are an estimated 45 million Pashto speakers. Pashto is the national and official language of Afghanistan, where it is traditionally spoken in the east, south and southwest, but now also in some northern and northwestern parts of the country, due to recent migrations. Some sources cite Pashto as being the mother tongue for about 35-40% of Afghans, while a further 28% speak Pashto as a second language. In Pakistan, about 27 million people speak Pashto (15% of the total population), primarily in the North-West Frontier Province, Federally Administered Tribal Areas, and Balochistan, in addition to several modern migrant communities. Other communities of Pashto-speakers exist in northeastern Iran, Tajikistan, the Uttar Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir regions of India, with sizeable Pasho-speaking communities also found in the Middle East (particularly the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia), the USA, the UK, Thailand and Australia.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
(PK), Allahabad (PK), Ghazni (AF), Islamabad (PK), Islamabad (PK), Kabul (AF), Katachi (PK), Peshawar (PK),