Hindi Translation Services
Are you looking for a language services provider for your Hindi translation needs? Wolfestone has the experience and quality you’d expect from a company that chairs its trade body.
Hindi is, along with English, the official language of India with approximately 180 million speakers.
It is also spoken in other countries, such as in Mauritius, Fiji, Suriname, Guzana, Trinidad & Tobago and Nepal.
We have translated hundreds of documents from English into Hindi and Hindi into English, for a huge variety of sectors.
All our Hindi speaking translators and interpreters are carefully vetted, have at least four years experience in translation and where relevant, have sector specific academic qualifications.
Why choose Wolfestone?
We have a specialist in-house Hindi department who deal with our Hindi translations. With an additional office in Berlin, we are ideally suited to deal with your German translation projects.
For organisations ranging from SMEs to corporates, Wolfestone undertakes hundreds of Hindi translation and voiceover projects every year. Clients choose Wolfestone because of the quality and service, and many of our clients have been partners for many years.
With experience in Hindi document translation, Hindi interpreting, Hindi voiceovers and Hindi localisation, Wolfestone is well placed to help you achieve your business and communication objectives.
Hindi belongs to the Indo-European family, Indic branch of the Indo-Iranian group. Hindi is the most widely spoken language of the Republic of India, centered principally in the states of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh in the north-central part of the country. Its 275 million speakers rank it as one of the leading languages of the world but it is, nevertheless, understood by only about one third of India’s population. When independence was achieved in 1947, Hindi was chosen as one of India’s national language.
The Indian economy, the third largest economy in the world in terms of purchasing power, is going to touch new heights in coming years. Goldman Sachs, the Global Investment Bank, predicts that by 2035 India would be the third largest economy of the world just after the US and China. It will grow to 60% of size of the US economy