Professional Tattoo Translations - Hindi
Hindi (Devanāgarī: हिन्दी or हिंदी, IAST: Hindī, IPA: [ɦɪnd̪iː] (help·info)) is the name given to an Indo-Aryan language, or a dialect continuum of languages, spoken in northern and central India (the "Hindi belt"). Native speakers of Hindi dialects between them account for 43% of the Indian population (2008 Indian census). As defined in the Constitution, Hindi is one of the two official languages of communication (English being the other) for India's federal government and is one of the 22 scheduled languages specified in the Eighth Schedule to the Constitution. Official Hindi is often described as Standard Hindi, which along with English, is used for administration of the central government. Hindustani or Standard Hindi is also an official language of Fiji.
Hindi is a subject-object-verb language, meaning that verbs usually fall at the end of the sentence rather than before the object (whereas in English it is often Subject Verb Object). In addition, Hindi uses postpositions (so called because they are placed after nouns) where English uses prepositions. Other differences include gender, honorifics, interrogatives, use of cases, and different tenses. While being complicated, Hindi grammar is fairly regular, with irregularities being relatively limited. Despite differences in vocabulary and writing, Hindi grammar is nearly identical with Urdū.
BlueGlobe International provides great value tattoo translations using a wide range of experienced multilingual native Hindi translators. They all live in Hindi speaking countries such as:
- Trinidad & Tobago
Our Hindi tattoo translation teams are professional linguists who have studied and achieved qualifications in translating from other languages into Hindi.
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Orders are usually completed within 24 hrs. We use transliteration for our name translations as generally many western names/words do not have an equivalent, we therefore use the sound of the name transliterated into your chosen language.
Although we provide tattoo translations in 100's of languages, below is a list of our most requested tattoo translations: