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CCJK provides professional Urdu translation services at incomparable prices. CCJK has a competent skilled pool of native Urdu translators. They have industry specific experience and a good understanding of the language in its context. We have a global working team which enables us to cater globally round the clock punctually.
CCJK mainly translates Urdu to English or English to Urdu, although we also provide translation into other language pairs. CCJK strives to provide exact and in-context Urdu translation services for Contracts, Brochures & Catalogs, Reports, User Guide / Technical Manuals, Website, Software, Books & Magazines, Correspondence, Certificates, Legal Documents and Multimedia Presentations. We ensure that all our translations are carried out by native speakers who have industry specific experience in specialties like Business Marketing or Advertising, Financial, Legal, IT or Telecommunications, Energy or Oil & Gas, Automotive, Architecture or Civil Engineering, Medical, Pharmaceutical and more.
Insight of Urdu Language
Urdu is an official language of Pakistan and five Indian states, with a total of over 60 million native speakers worldwide. Urdu is mutually intelligible with the Hindi language originating in today’s central India, and the two languages are so similar that they are more often than not referred to as one language, which is Hindi-Urdu and comprises the fourth mostly spoken language in the world with a total of 490 million speakers. More precisely Modern Standard Urdu, is a consistent register of the Hindustani language. Urdu is factually associated with the Muslims who resided in Hindustan. It is the national language and lingua franca of Pakistan, and an official language of six Indian states and one of the 22 scheduled languages in the Constitution of India. Apart from specific vocabulary, Urdu is equally comprehensible with Standard Hindi, which is linked with the Hindu community. The Urdu language received acknowledgement and support under the British Raj when the British replaced the Persian and local official languages of North Indian states with the Urdu and English language in 1837.