There are over 310 million native speakers around the world and over 260,000 native speakers living in the UK. Whilst Hindi is the official language of India, variations are also spoken in Fiji, Nepal and Trinidad & Tobago.
Whether you’re looking to have written documents translated or require someone to interpret from Hindi into English, our vetted database of experienced linguists means that we can handle your requirements.
Hindi and Urdu derive from the same dialect, known as “Khariboli” and share similar grammatical structures and basic vocabulary but are written in different scripts. It can be a controversial subject amongst speakers, whether to use Hindi or Urdu, as some believe that they are the same language, whilst others may be offended if you don’t speak to them in their own language.
If you’re looking to take your business into the Indian market, it’s worth noting that language and dialects change from state to state, so it’s best to avoid any mistakes and leave it to the experts.
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