Our Urdu translation team consists of
Urdu belongs to the Indo-Aryan branch of the Indo-European language family. Urdu is the official language of Pakistan but is spoken there by relatively few people as a native language, most residents speak it only as a second language. Moreover, it is common in the Muslim provinces of India. In total, more than 50 million Urdu speak as native language, but significantly more people speak it as a second language and education, a total of between 150 and 200 million people. The Urdu vocabulary evolved from a mixture of Persian, Arabic, Turkic, and Sanskrit. More recently, it has been significantly influenced by Punjabi and English. The Urdu language has mainly developed in western Uttar Pradesh, India. Urdu is generally categorized as a standardized form of Hindustani, together with Hindi, to which it is usually compared. The main differences between Urdu and Hindi are that Standard Urdu (Khariboli) is conventionally written in the Nastaliq calligraphy style of the Perso-Arabic script and draws more vocabulary from Persian and Arabic, while Standard Hindi is conventionally written in Devanagari and draws more vocabulary from Sanskrit. Due to Urdu's similarity to Hindi, speakers of the two languages tend to understand one another, except when they use specialized vocabulary. While many linguists consider Urdu and Hindi part of the same language diasystem, the two languages are often classified separately due to sociolinguistic differences.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
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