As the most widely spoken language in India, quality Hindi translation is a necessity for any business looking to successfully enter this opportune but highly competitive market. Home to the world’s sixth-largest economy, India is a prolific global exporter of generic drugs and is often the preferred location for organisations outsourcing their IT and customer services operations.
Thanks to the scope and scale of India’s international business relations, Hindi translation is a popular service, and ALM’s highly developed network of translation teams enable us to fulfil projects of all sizes.
Consistency is ALM’s chief priority. We handpick our native Hindi-speaking translators based on their linguistic skills and work experience ensuring every translation we provide is of the high standard our clients expect. All translators receive ongoing training and assessment to ensure ALM remains a premier translation partner for translations into and from Hindi.
Dialects and culture vary from region to region and nowhere is this more apparent than in the highly diverse melting pot that is India. Our mother-tongue Hindi translators are experts at localising your content, ensuring your communications are received in a local voice without compromising the original message. ALM’s workflows are designed to seamlessly fit in and around your in-house teams helping to keep projects on track. With experience in working across all file formats, we help your online and offline campaigns achieve the best possible engagement rates.
Hindi belongs to the Indo-Aryan family of languages and is the most widely spoken language in India. According to the 2001 Census of India, there were about 422 million Hindi speakers in India which accounted for 41.1% of the total population. Regions within India where Hindi is widely used include the states of Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, and the Union Territories of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Delhi and Chandigarh.
Besides India, Hindi is a widely used global language as well. Other countries with a minority Hindi-speaking population are Nepal (significant minority), Yemen, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Fiji (where Hindi is also an official language), Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Mauritius, Uganda, the United Kingdom, Germany, the United States and Canada.
As Hindi is recognised as a primary language in India, there are several key industries in which this language is dominant including:
We have the capacity to translate all Hindi documents including:
Are you in need of Hindi translation services? If so, speak to one of our team today and find out how ALM can drive your Hindi projects forwards.