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Hindi Translation Services

Look no further than Sydney Translations! Our contracted translators are both fluent in English and Hindi language vocabulary, common phrases, specific industry terminology, and culture of the two languages- all of these contribute to an accurate translation of the source document’s meaning.

Whatever you need, Sydney Translations provides the best Hindi translation services within budget and on-demand. Thousands of individuals, businesses and companies- big and small- trust Sydney Translations to produce hundreds of high-quality Hindi translations. We work closely with our clients to create a custom solution to fit all their needs.

We provide Hindi translation services to multiple fields, including legal, corporate, medical, government, education, and personal areas.

Fast and Accurate Hindi Translation Services

Sydney Translations is well known for providing fast and accurate Hindi translation services.  Our team of project managers and proofreaders aim to deliver 100% top quality Hindi translation services and follow a quality guideline that ensures each translation is completed at a fast turnaround time.

We provide Hindi to English and English to Hindi translation services in Sydney. Submit your document for a FREE and instant quote via the translation form on this page. We’ll get back to you in 15 minutes.

Great Service & price for translation from Vietnamese to English. The staff reads your email & answers your questions to make sure you get the service you require rather than push the service on you. This was paramount for me since my translations had to be acceptable by the Australian government. Will use & recommend this service provider again even if they charged more than others but they don't. Same price as others but much better service. Why would you go elsewhere?read more
Tuyen T.T. Nguyen
Tuyen T.T. Nguyen
03:26 18 Feb 18
First time I used this service and it couldn't have been better. Found myself in a pickle, arriving in Australia and not having a valid international driver's license. After finding out that my own driving license would be accepted here (for driving on holiday) as long as it were translated into english, I chose EthnoLink for the service. After 24 hours I had a pdf copy of my translation, and 2 days later the hard copy came on the mail. No fuss, no problems! Great service! Thank you so much for your help! Would, and will, use this service again whenever needed. Five star service!read more
Nuno Geraldes Barba
Nuno Geraldes Barba
08:22 18 Jan 18
Fast efficient service. I used the chat line on a Saturday afternoon and a real person responded and helped me with all my questions. The translation was arranged in a matter of an hour and I got a draft on the Monday!!! Would happily recommend this service to anyone needing documents translated.The staff handling the request via email were prompt and very polite. I have not encountered such wonderful service in a long time. They are to be congratulated.read more
Carla Sanders
Carla Sanders
06:24 16 Jan 18
Amazing and fast service. Great prices for what they offer compared to other translators. Very responsive to e-mails. Would definitely recommend!read more
Ashy Sheppard
Ashy Sheppard
23:32 10 Jan 18
I wish all services provided such fast and clear communication with their customers. I needed 5 pages of documents translated fast for my visa application. EthnoLink were very well priced, excellent quality and they always responded to my emails within a few minutes, even on the weekend. I would definitely recommend this translation service to others who need documents translated.read more
Wolfgang Müller
Wolfgang Müller
04:28 05 Dec 17

We can translate documents including, but not limited to:

  • Medical records
  • Business documents
  • Financial reports
  • Academic transcripts
  • Birth Certificates
  • Divorce Decrees
  • Driving Licences
  • Marriage Certificates
  • ID Cards
  • And More!

Hindi Translation Services Frequently Asked Questions

How long do translations take?

We receive high volumes of translation requests for Hindi every day. On average, our translators can finish a document in 2 to 3 working days. If you are in a hurry, we offer Instant and Express Hindi translation services where you can receive your translation within 24 hours.

How much will my project cost?

Complete the translation quote to receive an exact quote in 15 minutes via email. Attach your document so we can assess it and provide you with an accurate quote.

How can I request for a Hindi translation project?

Easy.

First, fill in the translation quote form on this page to receive an exact quote in no more than 15 minutes. Then, complete your payment through Paypal transfer, bank transfer or credit cards.

How do I receive my translation?

Once we finish your translation, we will send you a draft copy of the translated document. We will ask you to review and approve the said translation. If you are satisfied with the draft, we will send you the final soft copy via email. If you need a hard copy, we can send you one by post to your preferred address.

Do you have NAATI certified translators?

Yes, we do. In fact, all of our translators are NAATI accredited. NAATI is the national standard and accreditation body of Australia in the translation industry. We employ the most qualified Hindi NAATI translators to take on your projects and produce an accurate and error-free translation for your Hindi documents.

Interesting Facts and Trivia about the Hindi LanguageHindi NAATI Translator

  • Aside from India, there are other places where Hindi is spoken such as Guyana, Fiji, Nepal, Trinidad, Tobago, and Suriname.
  • There are words in the English dictionary that were borrowed from the Hindi language such as guru, cheetah, jungle, avatar, bungalow, loot, yoga and karma.
  • Hindi is a term derived from ‘hind’, a Persian word that means the land of the Indus River.
  • Around the world, more than 500 million people speak the Hindi language.
  • Hindi is phonetic which means that the way it is pronounced is the same way it is written.
  • In 1965, the Hindi language turned into India’s official language.