Accurate Hindi Translation & Interpretation For Businesses
At Global Voices, we work with native Hindi speakers to guarantee the highest quality translations. Providing more than just word-for-word translations, our linguists ensure that every document makes perfect sense and flows well once translated.
We are committed to providing our clients with the most accurate translation service, whatever their industry. By having a dedicated network of native Hindi speakers, we promise the very best translations. Our expert linguists also have background knowledge in a number of various industries, including the legal and medical sectors, to ensure that each translation is as accurate as possible, regardless of the subject.
Having native speakers working on each project will ensure a completely localised translation, dependent on the audience and what dialect of Hindi is spoken by your target audience. This improves the accuracy of the translation, reducing any chances of miscommunication, which can be disastrous, especially for specialist industries.
Why Your Business Needs A Hindi Translation Service
Hindi is one of the official languages of India, spoken as a first language by almost 425 million people, and as a second language by 120 million people. It is also spoken by millions around the world, including the UK, Canada, and America.
The dialects differ between regions, whether in pronunciation, spelling, or specific words used. Therefore, it’s crucial to have translations localised, depending on the area your business is targeting. As well as this, the Hindu culture is incredibly family-orientated, and knowing how to communicate this to businesses and customers is crucial. Our expert linguists will be able to assist in getting the right tone of voice for your business, and offer professional advice on the best way to connect with your audience.
Is Hindi the only official language of India?
The Constitution of India recognises 23 languages spoken in different parts of the country, including Hindi and English. While many businesses do accept English, it could be in your interest to work in Hindi, for formality and to keep a respectful and professional relationship.
Do I need a Hindi translator for written text?
The Hindu language is written in the Devanagari script, and is recognised as the official language of the central government in India. Each letter corresponds to a specific sound, and any subtle distinctions in these sounds depend on the ordering of the letters and vowels. In order to guarantee the right translations for written text, it’s best to use a professional Hindi translation service.
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You can use our services on an adhoc basis or take advantage of one of our contracted offers to suit your business requirements. Enter into a bespoke contract with Global Voices and we will tailor a pricing package that best suits your business requirements:
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