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PS Translation - Your provider of Hindi translations

At PS we offer a completely project managed langauge service, so whether you are looking to take your website into multiple languages or need a certified translation of a Hindi driving licence, we have the skills to meet your needs.

A high quality and accurate service, coupled with some of the very best prices in the industry, lies at the heat of PS Translations.

Examples of the type of Hindi translation services we provide include:

  • Hindi personal documents such as passports and ID cards
  • Hindi medical record translation
  • Hindi information leaflet translation
  • Hindi patent translation

Providing high quality Hindi translation at the very best prices coupled with the use of some of the very best Hindi translators in the industry are fundamental to how we manage our Hindi translation assignments.

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About hindi


There are between 60 and 70 million speakers of Hindi - there were 52 million in India per the 2001 census (some 6% of the population) 12 million in Pakistan in 2008, or (14% of the population) and several hundred thousand apiece in the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, United States, and Bangladesh, where it is called "Bihari". Standard Hindi is mutually intelligible with Standard Urdu. Both languages share the same Indic base and are so similar in phonology and grammar that they appear to be one language.