After Chinese and English, Hindi is to be believed the third most widely spoken language in the world. Apart from India, the major Hindi speaking countries are Pakistan, Nepal, Afghanistan and Bangladesh. Besides this the countries like Kenya, South Africa, UAE, Mauritius, Guyana, USA, UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia and the West Indies have substantial numbers of Hindi speakers.

Hindi, an Indo-Aryan language is syntactically and semantically a bit similar to English, French, German and Sanskrit. The most noteworthy similarity is that like other European language Hindi is also written from left to right. Apart from this like English, Hindi also follows certain script called devnageri script and the language is based on a strong defined grammar. This makes English to Hindi translation quite easier. Besides that as India was under British rule for more than 200 years there is a lot of interaction between English and Hindi. Due to this both the languages have influenced each other’s grammar, vocabulary and writing style a lot.

No matter how much similarity might be in these two languages translation is always difficult as it needs to retain the originality of the documents upto the maximum. Some characteristics of Hindi language which has made English to Hindi translation difficult are:

But Earth lingua, a standard translation company in Delhi, is backed with the most efficient translators of the country who are native speakers of Hindi and equally competent in English. For them English to Hindi translation is just a task of fun as they are equally expert in both the languages. They are professional linguists with years of experience in document translation from English to Hindi. Their expertise and experience is an asset for us and we, at Earth lingua are able to offer English to Hindi translation at the most cost-effective price due to their sincere effort and dedicated attitude for the company as well as the clients.

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