India is a land of many religions and cultures with each State being divided linguistically.

Each state in India is different from the other states in terms of language, culture, tradition and customs being followed. Within each state there are variations of the same language spoken in different districts.

Madhya Pradesh is centrally located with city of Bhopal being the capital. Hindi is the official language and it is also the most spoken language.

Why Translation Service in Bhopal?

Translation service based in Bhopal or Translation Service Providers who have access to translators who are professionals with domain knowledge and are native speakers of Hindi language and located in Madhya Pradesh is advantageous to meet translation objective. Having a translation service based in Bhopal or Translation Service Provider having Hindi translator from Bhopal will enable better coordination with clients in the city of Bhopal and other parts of Madhya Pradesh.

Madhya Pradesh

Capital: Bhopal Major Cities: Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur, Gwalior, Ujjain, Sagar, Dewas, Satna, Ratlam and Rewa

Population (As per census 2011): 72,626,809 (Urban – 20,059,666. Rural – 52,537,899)

Languages Spoken:

  • Hindi is the official language of Madhya Pradesh
  • English is the second language used among business class in cities
  • Marathi is spoken as native language for large number of people in Maratha Region
  • Rajasthani is spoken in the area near to Rajasthan
  • Telugu is spoken in areas near to Andhra Pradesh and C
  • Apart from Hindi, other languages spoken in Madhya Pradesh are Urdu, Malvi, Nirmadi, Bhageli, Bundeli, Avadhi, Gondi, Katlo, Bhili, Nihali and Korku are spoken in tribal areas
  • Translation and Localization Service from English to Hindi and Hindi to English are in great demand for Publishing through Print media (matters related to Literature, Technical, Medical, Marketing, Legal), AV media such as Radio, Films and TV (For Documentaries, Presentation, Films, Advertisement Commercials) and Digital media (For Websites, Web Apps, Mobile Apps)


    Bhopal is the capital of Madhya Pradesh. Bhopal is known as the City of Lakes for its various natural as well as artificial lakes and is also one of the greenest cities in India. Bhopal was selected as one of the first twenty Indian cities (the first Phase) to be developed as a smart city under PM Narendra Modi's flagship Smart Cities Mission.

    According to the 2011 census, the population of Bhopal city is 1,798,218. Almost 69% of the population are Hindus, closely followed by Muslims at 26% and rest being Jains (1.35% of the population), Christians (1.12%), Buddhists (1.08%) and others at 0.6% of the population.

    The official language of the city and the State of Madhya Pradesh is Hindi

    Tourism in Madhya Pradesh: Madhya Pradesh is blessed with natural beauty as well as beautifully carved temples, stupas, forts, palaces and mosques. It has many national parks, such as the Bandhavgarh National Park, Kanha National Park and the Panna National Park, among others. Other famous tourist attractions in Madhya Pradesh are; the Khajuraho Group of Monuments, the Buddhist Monuments at Sanchi and the Rock Shelters at Bhimbetka.

    Tourism in Bhopal: Some of the most visited tourist spots of the city are: Laxmi Narayan Temple; Taj-ul Masjid (Believed to be the largest mosque in Asia); Moti Masjid; Shaukat Mahal; Bhimbetka rock shelters (Archaeological site of Paleolithic times substantiates the early traces of human life and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site); Van Vihar National Park; Buddhist Monuments of Sanchi (Oldest existing Buddhist sanctuary); and Yodhasthal.

    Culture of Bhopal: Bhopal is an old city which has maintained its traditions, food and lifestyle despite modernization taking place. Bhopal has a blend of Hindu and Muslim culture due to co-existence of both religion for centuries. Bharat Bhavan, one of the main cultural centres of India is located in Bhopal. The city definitely mesmerizes the visitors with its charm and culture.

    Education in Bhopal: Bhopal has a average literacy rate of 83.47%. It is home to a large number of schools and colleges. The city is known for its business schools and management education institutes. Bhabha Engineering Research Institute, Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, National Law Institute University and Indian Institute of Forest Management are some of the most sought after educational institutions in Bhopal.

    Translation Service based in Bhopal will be an advantage as the city hopes look beyond Bhopal Gas Tragedy of 1984

    There is hope for better investment climate due to the positive attitude of people and government. Bhopal, is strategically located with excellent connectivity. It has rich mineral wealth of iron ore, diamonds, copper ore, manganese ore, bauxite, limestone, coal and marble, granite. Asia’s Biggest and the only diamond mine is at Panna, 400 km from Bhopal.

    Major Industries in Bhopal and Madhya Pradesh are Cotton Textile, Cement, Steel, Food Processing, Automobile and Auto components, Pharma, Optical fibre, Electrical products and Power generation. Famous Handicrafts in Bhopal and Madhya Pradesh are Bamboo and Cane Work; Doll Making; Jute works; Stone carving; Wood craft; Zari Embroidery etc.

    Translation Service based in Bhopal will enable quick turn-around time without compromising on the quality of translation. Hindi Translation Service

    According to the 2001 Indian census, 258 million people in India (25% of the population) regarded their native language to be "Hindi"

    However, if you include various dialects of Hindi such as Khariboli-Hindustani, Haryanvi, Kanauji, Bundeli, Awadhi, Chhattisgarhi, Bagheli, Bihari, Bhojpuri, Magadhi, Sadani, for Rajasthani, Marwari-Merwari, Malvi, Lambadi, Harauti, Godwari, Bagri dialects this figure becomes 422 million Hindi speakers (41% of the population)

    Rely on Bhasha for Translation Service in Bhopal

    Rely on Bhasha Bharati Arts to guide you in your language needs. We are ISO and DIN certified translation service provider. We engage with native translators for translation from English to Hindi, and use Hindi dialects based on regional preferences for translation, voice over and localization depending upon your market requirement to see that your multi lingual communication resonates with the same power of clarity as source language.

    Contact us: Send us your enquiries at our head office at 506, Reena complex, Vidhyavihar, Mumbai 400086 or email us at or speak to us by phone at or call directly 7066316633 for all your language service needs including representative office contact points near you.

    We believe ‘Language is not a barrier but a powerful driving force provided translation is done by professional translators who are in-country native speakers of the target language’.



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