Hindi (हिन्दी) written in the Devanagari script is one of the official languages of India, along with the English language. It is one of the 22 scheduled languages of the Republic of India.
Hindi is an Indo-European language and a standardized from of Hindustani, along with Urdu. Hindi is derived directly from Hindustani in North India and was standardized in the 19th century.
Hindi is spoken by almost 500 million people worldwide, and is one of the most spoken languages in the world. It is one of India’s official languages and is mostly spoken in the northern half of India. Hindi is also spoken in Mauritius, Fiji, Guyana, Suriname, Trinidad & Tobago and Nepal. Outside India, several other languages are recognized officially as "Hindi" but do not refer to the Standard Hindi language described here and instead descend from other dialects of Hindustani, such as Awadhi and Bhojpuri. English has borrowed a great number of words from Hindi. Examples of Hindi loanwords include avatar, bandanna, bungalow, dinghy, guru, jungle, khaki, karma, loot, mantra, nirvana, punch, pyjamas, sorbet, shampoo, thug, typhoon and yoga. Indian Market of Hindi Language translation
With India’s economy growing at an unprecedented rate, Hindi will become even more important for companies looking to branch out internationally, as well as investors looking for the next great idea or startup. Hindi Translations can help your company to communicate effectively a market that is predicted to be the third largest the world by 2026. The Internet Reach and the Audience of Hindi Language
The Hindi Wikipedia was the first Indic-language wiki to reach 100,000 articles. Hindi literature, music, and film have all been disseminated via the internet. In 2015, Google reported a 94% increase in Hindi-content consumption year-on-year, adding that 21% of users in India prefer content in Hindi. Many Hindi newspapers also offer digital editions.
Hindi is taught in 176 of the world’s universities, out of which 45 alone are in America. Not only this, more than 25 newspapers and magazines abroad are published in Hindi every day.
According to a recent study carried by a group of market researchers in USA, the businesses which prefer to address their audiences in their native languages, their chances of success increase by 70% and those who don’t, diminish their chances of success by an equal percentage.