Language Scientific’s Hindi Translation Services

Language Scientific provides high quality Hindi translation services, supplying technical, medical and scientific translation, localization and interpreting into and out of Hindi. We are a US-based language services company serving over 1,500 global corporations. Our specialization, focus, industry-leading quality management standards and customer-centered attitude have earned us the trust of many of the world’s best technology, engineering, biomedical and pharmaceutical companies.

Language Scientific has two divisions—Technical and Engineering Localization and Translation Services Division and Medical and Pharmaceutical Localization and Translation Services Division. Both groups provide a full range of Hindi language services including:

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Hindi Language Statistics/Facts:

Hindi is an official language of India and follows the Devanagari writing system. English is also considered to be an official language in India and is commonly used in business and by the government. There are also large communities of Hindi speakers in Nepal and South Africa. There are approximately 450 million native Hindi speakers and another 100 million people who speak Hindi as a second language.

There are several words that are the same in both Hindi and Sanskrit. Hindi is categorized under the Indo-European language family and belongs to the Khariboli subgroup. Interestingly both Hindi and English are a part of the same language family, Indo-European, when both languages are traced back to their roots. Hindi and English are the most popular languages spoken in India with English gaining popularity in the past few decades. It is common for a native Hindi speaker to be fluent in English as well as one of many regional languages. Hindi is mutually intelligible with Urdu, a popular language spoken in Pakistan.

Hindi Dialects:

There are more than 100 different Hindi dialects. Here is an overview of the 5 major subdivisions of Hindi dialects.

Central Zone
Western Hindi Hindustani 240 Million
Haryanvi 13 Million
Kanauji 10 Million
Eastern Hindi Awadhi 38 Million
Chhattisgarhi 18 Million
Bagheli 8 Million
Rajasthani Marwari-Merwari 31 Million
Malvi 10 Million
Lambadi 6 Million
Harauti 5 Million
Godwari 3 Million
Bagri 2 Million
Bihari Bhojpuri 39 Million
Magadhi 13 Million
Sadri 2 Million
Central Pahari Garhwali 3 Million
Kumaoni 3 Million
Western Pahari Pahari 2 Million
Kangri 2 Million

Countries where Hindi is spoken:

  • Bangladesh
  • Djibouti
  • New Zealand
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Belize
  • Germany
  • Philippines
  • United Kingdom
  • Bhutan
  • India
  • Singapore
  • United States
  • Botswana
  • Kenya
  • South Africa
  • Yemen
  • Canada
  • Nepal
  • Uganda
  • Zambia

India Country Data:

Country: India

Capital: New Delhi
Population: 1,281,935,911
Constitutional Republic: President Ram Nath and Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Currency: Rupee
GDP (ppp): $6,600
Unemployment: 5.0%
Government Type: Constitutional Republic
Industries: Steel, engineering and machine tools, electronics, computer software, research and development, textiles, agriculture, pharmaceuticals, automotive, manufacturing, communication, construction, power, chemical

Hindi History

Hindi developed out of ancient Sanskrit, the current sacred language of Hinduism and Buddhism. A sacred language, or liturgical language, is a language that is primarily spoken in certain religions on a daily basis. Hindi follows the Khariboli dialect which prior to the 17th century, was the base for both Hindi and Urdu. A transitionary period that started during the Mughal Empire in the 1600s caused a slight yet continual shift of Hindi away from Urdu. For that reason, Hindi is spoken in India and Urdu is spoken in Pakistan. However, Hindi and Urdu are mutually intelligible.

Hindustani is the language form that both Hindi and Urdu belong to. Hindustani was the official language that was used during the Mughal Empire. Hindi and Urdu differ in that they are written using different writing scripts, Hindi uses Devanagari and Urdu uses Perso-Arabic. Hindi, specifically using the Devanagari writing script, is currently the official language of India.

The British Empire under the British Raj ruled the territory of modern day India from the mid 19th to mid 20th century. The British Indian Empire also ruled the lands of Pakistan and Bangladesh during this time period. India had not developed into a sovereign nation until the mid 20th century with the help of a pacifist movement that was made famous by Mahatma Gandhi.

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