Some people consider Hindi as an Indian language and the language of only people living only in India, but as far as the Hindi language is concerned, it has spread all over the globe and spoken in every part of the world. Other than India, Hindi language is being used as an official language of Fiji. In addition to this, it is also being recognized as an official language in Nepal which is a neighboring country of India.
A large number of Hindi speaking people are found in Tobago, Trinidad, Guyana and South Africa etc. Though Hindi evolved with other languages like Urdu, Arabic and now some parts of English, has its own identity in its written form, which is known as Devanagari.
Hindi language is considered an old language but the language it was derived from is the Sanskrit which is the oldest languages spoken in the world. Sanskrit is the main source of Hindi, and according to historical data, Sanskrit is far older than German, Spanish, French and other European languages having international identity. But this is very sad that Sanskrit has no such place now which represents its source.
Hindi is called sister language of Urdu as phonetically both these languages are same. If you hear someone speaking Urdu or Hindi, you will not be able to make a difference between them except some words derived from Sanskrit or Arabic.
There is a huge civilization in Hindi literature, that’s why Hindi language is being translated in multiple languages. As we mentioned above that Hindi speaking people are found in almost every part of the world, that’s why Hindi is being recognized as a business language also.
There are lots of translation agencies and translation service provider offering translation services. A translation agency offers multiple services in language. For example, document translation, certificate translation.
Foreign companies interested in promoting their products and services in India are hiring Hindi translators to translate product description. For example, a Spanish company dealing in olive oil wants to promote its products in India, then it will require to get its Spanish document translated in Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Punjabi etc.
In addition to this, there are lots of language institutes offering courses and certificate programs for such people interested in learning Hindi language.