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The translation process takes a very short time, generally less than a few seconds, and translates the text in a single request to our server. The translation results are generally very accurate, but not 100% accurate. Our translation system has been designed with a very large amount of Hindi English translation data. The translation results can give you an overall idea of what the text is about, and with a few modifications, the translation can be quite accurate. Our software is being improved continuously and with your continued support, we will be able to make our neural machine translation for Hindi to English more accurate. Our languages are very rich, and have a lot of nuances that the computer programs cannot easily understand, but we do hope that with time, the quality will only get better.

Our goal is to work on translation from Hindi and other international languages to Indian languages. We already support many Indian and international languages. Among these, the Hindi language is the most widely used Indian language in the world. A total of about 571.3 million people worldwide speak Hindi as their mother tongue.. Many of these speakers are less proficient in English, and for them, translating Hindi to english can be a necessity in order to understand the English text. Like many other websites, we provide service to Translate Hindi to English.

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Features of Hindi to English Translator

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

  • Hindi sentence are translated into English. For example,"ब्रह्मांड की उत्पत्ति एक रहस्य है।". will be translated into The "Origin of universe is a mystery"

  • Use the translator tool as Hindi to English dictionary. For example: रहस्य meaning in Hindi will be mystery and इतिहास meaning in Hindi will be history.

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History of Hindi Language

The Hindi language is widely spoken language in India. India have 22 official languages, Hindi is the most widely spoken. More than 430 million people speak Hindi as their primary language, and an mote than 100 million are learning Hindi as a second language in India. Besides English, Hindi writing is also used for all official communications since the Indian Union Government adopted the Hindi language in 1950. The process through which the Hindi language became the language of India is fascinating. It is an Indo-European language primarily spoken in northern and central India, a region known as the Hindi Belt. It is a member of an Indic dialect continuum bordering Nepali to the north, Punjabi to the northwest, Sindhi to the west, Urdu to the southeast, Gujarati to the southwest, Marathi to the southeast, and Oriya to the east. The Hindi language is known as the Delhi dialect of this language continuum. Although people had been learning Hindi and writing Hindi for hundreds of years, it was overshadowed by Urdu. The Urdu language was the language of India until the War of Independence, after which Hindi took over. Aside from speakers in India, there are Hindi-speaking populations in surrounding countries, the US, South Africa, and Fiji.
In fact, it is the 3rd most spoken language in the world!

Origin:Hindi language is descendant of Sanskrit. The language gained prominence over time and known initially as Old Hindi and spoken in the areas around Delhi. This first version of the language was written in the Devanagari script.

Between the 8th and 10th centuries (Islamic invasions), the Afghans, Persians, and Turks adopted Old Hindi as a shared tongue of interaction with the local populace around Delhi. With time, the language evolved and adopted loanwords from Arabic and Persian. They account for around 25% of Hindi vocabulary today!

Modern Hindi:The modern version of the Hindi language emerge after 18th century, and it wasn’t officially made the language of India until 1950. After receiving official status, the Government of India started standardising grammar and orthography to improve uniformity in Hindi writing. The number of people learning Hindi also increased as the language was used for official work.

Before the Hindi language gained official status, the official language used in British India was Urdu. The Urdu language is another descendant of the Delhi dialect, but it is written using a Persian script and was mainly used by the elite and the courts. However, there was a push against Urdu after the War of Independence in 1857 against the British East India Company to replace it with the Hindus’ own language: Hindi.

In 1900, the Government of India granted both the Hindi language and Urdu languages equal status. Hindi soon became the primary source for formal vocabulary, but there was still a divide. Gandhi proposed combining languages using the Persian and Devanagari scripts as Hindustani. However, the formation of the Indian Constitution in 1950 saw Modern Hindi replace Urdu.

11 Facts about Hindi Language

  • 1.Hindi is a part of the Indo-Aryan language family, which is a subgroup of the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European language family.

  • 2.Hindi is the 3rd most spoken language in the world, after Mandarin Chinese and English.

  • 3.Hindi is written in the Devanagari script

  • 4.Modern Hindi was developed during the British Raj in India

  • 5.Hindi has a rich literary tradition, with many notable works of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction being written in the language.

  • 6.Hindi is spoken in a variety of dialects, with the standard dialect being known as Khariboli. Other notable dialects include Braj Bhasha, Bhojpuri, and Awadhi.

  • 7.Hindi has a number of loanwords from various languages, including Persian, Arabic, and English.

  • 8.Hindi has a number of loanwords from various languages, including Persian, Arabic, and English.

  • 9.Hindi is an SOV (subject-object-verb) language, which means that the verb comes at the end of the sentence.

  • 10.Hindi has a complex grammatical structure, with nouns and verbs being inflected to show gender, number, and case.

  • 11.Hindi is a tonal language, with words having different meanings depending on the tone in which they are pronounced.

  • 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 Hindi Phrases

    In Hindi In English
    आप कैसे हैं How do you do?
    मैं अच्छा हूँ I am doing great
    क्या आप अंग्रेज़ी बोलते हैं? Do you speak English?
    सुप्रभात Good morning
    मेरा नाम खान है my name is Khan.
    क्या आप क्रिकेट खेलते हैं do you play cricket
    कृपया इसे फिर से कहना Please say it again
    मैं बैडमिंटन खेलता हूँ I play badminton
    मुझे सोने से पहले पढ़ना पसंद है I love to read before I sleep
    कृपया धीरे बोलें Please speak slowly
    टॉयलेट कहाँ हैं? Where are the restrooms?
    यह बहुत महंगा है It's too expensive
    क्या आपके पास कमरे उपलब्ध हैं? Do you have rooms available?
    यह कितना है? How much is this?
    मैं सुबह छह बजे उठता हूं। I wake up at six o clock in the early morning
    क्या आप मेरे लिए एक गिलास पानी ला सकते हैं? Can you get me a glass of water?
    मैं रोजाना शाम की सैर के लिए पार्क जाता हूं। I go to the park for an evening walk every day.
    मुझे और समय चाहिए। I need more time.
    आप क्या लेना चाहेंगे, चाय या कॉफी? What would you like to have, tea or coffee?
    मुझे बहुत भूख लगी है। I'm really hungry.
    मैं भूखा हूँ। I'm hungry.
    आज आपने नाश्ते में क्या लिया? What did you have for breakfast today?
    क्या सोच रहे हो? What are you thinking?
    वह अंग्रेजी में बहुत अच्छी है। She is very good in English.
    कितनी देर लगेगी? How long will it take?
    कृपया मुझे माफ कर दो। Please excuse me.
    मैं अंग्रेजी सीख रहा हूं। I am learning English.

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