How can I find a reliable Hindi translation?
Hindi is a language, spoken mainly in Northern India, belonging to the Indo-Aryan language group. An official language in India, it is spoken by nearly 425 million people as a first language.
Use native speakers
There are many reasons why native speakers should be used when it comes to translations. They are aware of the smallest nuances of their language, have an innate sense of what ‘sounds right’, are aware of the customs and culture background and have a wider vocabulary.
Use experienced translators
To ensure an accurate Hindi translation, experienced translators should be used. Not only are they accustomed to translating, and thus are more time-efficient, but tend to be specialised in a particular field. Whether it’s a medical document or research paper, a specialised and experienced translator will understand the precise meaning a text is trying to convey, regardless of its technical complexity. Sworn translator services are required in some instances.
Expert project management
It may be the case that you are requiring not one, but several, documents to be translated. You may also be responsible for ensuring that a high-quality translation is executed according to the requirements of your client or superior. Choosing BiCortex Translations, your project is expertly managed from start to end to ensure that all your demands are satisfied, and in a timely manner.
What are the benefits of comunicating in Hindi?
The Indian economy
India is one of the world’s fastest growing economies. Home to 1.3 billion people, it has one of the world’s largest populations. With Hindi being the most commonly spoken language in the country, being able to communicate with such a significant part of the world will prove highly useful for your business endeavours.
The language of Bollywood
Despite reflecting slightly exaggerated aspects of Indian culture, Bollywood films have international appeal. With dramatic storylines, occasionally including dance and song, they are highly entertaining.
India is a highly diverse country, encompassing a variety of different religions, languages and geographies. Furthermore, there are 32 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India, including the Taj Mahal and the Ajanta Caves. Hindi itself has fascinating origins, having evolved from Sanskrit, an ancient Indo-European language.