All our Urdu translators translate exclusively into their mother tongue and have extensive professional translation experience.
According to Economy Watch, economics experts and various studies conducted across the globe India, alongside China, will rule the commercial world in the 21st Century. India, which is now the fourth largest economy in terms of purchasing power, is set to overtake Japan and become the third major economic power within 10 years. A considerable percentage of the population in India communicate in Urdu on a daily basis. In addition there is a large community of native Urdu speakers in the UK and the demand for Urdu translation and other Indian languages is steadily increasing. The Translation People is regularly approached by housing associations and public sector bodies, who request both Urdu translation and Urdu interpreters. If the predictions of Economy Watch prove to be accurate, it will become increasingly important to translate your documents into Urdu and other Indian languages.
The Translation People's Urdu translation services are respected for quality, tight turnarounds and our experience with a variety of technical media. The Translation People specialise in both Urdu to English and English to Urdu translation.
Our English/Urdu translation expertise includes, but is not limited to; product catalogues, user and maintenance manuals, quality procedures, technical specifications, public sector advisory leaflets, websites and press releases.
Urdu language - Did you know?
There are approximately 160 million Urdu speakers worldwide, the majority of which live in South Asia. However, there are also native Urdu speakers living in the UK, USA, Fiji and Germany among others. Urdu is the official language of Pakistan and one of the 23 official languages of India.
Urdu is Turkish in origin and belongs to the Indo-Iranian family of language, a descendant of Sanskrit. Urdu, or historically Ordu, means "an army or legion". Modern Urdu has developed over the past 900 years, the previous language was a combination of Turkish, Persian and Arabic and was spoken by warrior tribes of Central Asia.
Modern Urdu is very similar to Hindi, and if discussions are not technical two people speaking in these two different languages are able to understand each other. However, native speakers would stress that, in spite of similarities, these are two separate languages.
Urdu is written right to left and is a relative of the Arabic alphabet; it is mainly associated with the Nasta'liq style of Arabic writing. This style is extremely difficult to typeset, so much so that newspapers written in Urdu were hand written up until the 1980s.
Even today clients often experience difficulty when typesetting their Urdu translation into original English artwork, this is due to the different order of the text (right-to-left) and also specialised fonts. The Translation People has an experienced team of Urdu typesetters to help you with all your localisation needs.
Why use The Translation People for Urdu translation?
- Our use of translation memory software can reduce lead times and costs of your English to Urdu translation.
- Translations can be provided in any format including the Microsoft Office suite, Quark XPress, Adobe PDF, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe FrameMaker, PageMaker and InterLeaf.
- Our English to Urdu translators are professionally qualified linguists and translate exclusively into their native language.
English to Urdu Translation
|Good Morning||صبح بخیر||Subha-ba-khair|
|Good afternoon||سہ پہر بخیر||She-pahar-ba-khair|
|Good Night||شب بخیر||Shab-ba-khair|