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Translate English to Urdu

English To Urdu Translator is an attempt to create a translator which is both Robust, Fast and Authentic. This Translator works with Translation API. English To Urdu Translator will help all types of users with diverse translation needs. Urdu is the language of a vast diaspora in South Asia, spoken mainly in India and Pakistan. In India, Urdu became the language of Aristocracy during the Mughal reign. Now it is the language of more than 4 percent of the population. Urdu is written in Nastaliq Script from right to left which is heavily influenced by Persian-Arabic Script. Urdu is influenced by Hindi, Turkish, Arabic and Punjabi. In Pakistan Urdu is the language of more than 10 per cent of the population and the official language of Pakistan also. Urdu was the official language of the East India Company during their rule and it was promoted to official status by British rulers. There was a constant demand by our Users to create English To Urdu Translators. It will be useful, especially for those users whose mother tongue is Urdu and who wants to translate English content into Urdu language for various purpose whether it be scholarly or casual chat etc.

Features of English to Urdu Translator

Our machine translation system offers highly accurate translations, very quickly, and at no cost to users.

  • English sentence are translated into Urdu. For example,"The origin of universe is a mystery". will be translated into "کائنات کی ابتدا ایک بھید ہے"

  • Use the translator tool as English to Urdu dictionary. For example: mystery meaning in Urdu will be اسرار and history meaning in Urdu will be تاریخ.

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  • High Accuracy

  • Instant Online Translation

  • Translated text is provided in Unicode Urdu fonts. Easily copy and paste it anywhere on the web or other applications.

  • Pronunciation of Translate text and original text in different voice.

History of Urdu Language

Urdu started developing in north India around Delhi in about the 12th century. It was based on the language spoken in the region around Delhi, and it was heavily influenced by Arabic and Persian, as well as Turkish. Urdu shares its origins with Hindi, sometimes referred to as a ‘sister’ language of Urdu due to the similar grammar base that they share. However, Hindi went on to be written in ‘Devanagri’, the same script as Sanskrit, and its vocabulary has more of a Sanskrit influence than a Persian and Arabic influence.

The Urdu language is spoken in many countries, with an estimated 70 million native Urdu language speakers globally. It is best known as the national Pakistan language. However, the Urdu language is also officially recognised in India and used by Pakistani communities across the globe. Additionally, more than 160 million people learning Urdu as a second language can understand Urdu words. When counting these second-language speakers, there are 230 million Urdu language speakers worldwide. This puts Urdu as the tenth most spoken language globally by population.

During the 14th and 15th centuries, much poetry and literature began to be written in Urdu. More recently, Urdu has mainly been connected with the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent, but there are many major works of Urdu literature written by Hindu and Sikh writers. After the creation of Pakistan in 1947, Urdu was chosen to be the national language of the new country. Today Urdu is spoken in many countries around the world, including Britain, Canada, the USA, the Middle East and India. In fact there are more Urdu speakers in India than there are in Pakistan.

History of English Language

English is originated as the west germanic language which has its original speakers in early medieval England. English has the highest number of speakers across the globe. English is the third-highest number of native speaker after standard Chinese and Spanish. From the Perspective of Non-Native speakers, it has the highest number of speakers across the world. The reason for its such a wide level mass reach is colonisation during colonisation English reach every continent. Because English was Britain's native language and Britain had the highest number of countries colonised under it so that in due time it became the language of international reputation.

Another reason for the English language's popularity which is more of a modern phenomenon almost back to 1760 when the industrial revolution occurred in Great Britain which made great strides in production on a large scale and other academic fields such as science which saw the great light of dawn. The chief reason for the English language's popularity lies in the industrial revolution and subsequent development such as colonisation and cutting edge advances in trades. But in modern times such as ours, English has certain advances for learners chief one of them having colossal literature available in all streams of learning such as natural science, social science, liberal arts, fiction and lot more. This is the reason why people who are non-natives to English are making such a stupendous effort in learning the English language albeit being one of the tricky languages to learn.

Commonly Used Urdu Phrases

In English In Urdu
Nice to see you! నిన్ను చూసినందుకు ఆనందంగా ఉంది!
Good morning శుభోదయం
How are you? ఎలా ఉనారు ?
What's your name? మీ పేరు ఏమిటి?
I’m fine and you? నేను బాగానే ఉన్నాను మరియు మీరు?

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