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.
The land of Kerala has many unique characteristics that truly make it God's Own Country. It is a coastal state nestling on the shores of the Arabian Sea. Kerala offers a complete fun holiday, and that too a memorable one through its towns and cities. Its serene landscape is dominated by extensive rice fields, banana and coconut plantations, criss-crossed by backwaters that promise a memorable holiday to every tourist.
Official Language of the State of Kerala: Malayalam
Spoken Language in Trivandrum: While majority of the people in speak Malayalam, they can speak, read and write in English as English is their second language. Tamil and Hindi are spoken by a sizeable minority. The city also has a few Tulu, Kannada, Konkani, Dhivehi, Telugu, and Urdu speakers.
Population of Trivandrum: Trivandrum, a city today of more than 1 million residents.
Religion in Kerala: According to the 2011 census, 68.5% of the population is Hindu, 16.7% Christian and 13.7% Muslims. The remainder of the community includes Jains, Jews, Sikhs, Buddhists and other religions which accounts for 0.06% of the population.
Need for Translation Service in Trivandrum
Economy of Trivandrum: Thiruvananthapuram's economy comprises Information Technology, education, plantations, aerospace, commercial and tourism-related activities.
Information Technology: Thiruvananthapuram is a major IT and ITES hub in India. The city contributes around 55% of Kerala's total software exports. Trivandrum houses major multinational Technology companies like Oracle Corporation, Nissan, Allianz Technology, Envestnet, Tata Consultancy Services, Infosys, Toonz Animation India, UST Global, Ernst & Young, Flytxt, Navigant, Tata Elxsi, McKinsey & Company and Quest Global.
The city contributes around 55% of Kerala's total software exports.
Software localization and translation of documents and technical translation from English to Malayalam are in constant demand, That’s why Bhasha Bharati Arts have their translation service in Trivandrum to facilitate faster and quality translation.
Media Industry: In terms of Print medium, More than 30 dailies are currently published from Thiruvananthapuram. Readership of Malayalam Newspapers like Mathrubhumi and Malayala Manorama are higher than that of English news paper indicating a significant population prefers to read news in their mother tongue although they are literate and many of them are professionals in their chosen field.
Since print medium is still a preferred choice along with other media, many companies, service organizations, government institutions require Malayalam to English and Hindi translation. Since Bhasha Bharati Arts is an all India set up with head office in Mumbai and service centers all over India, they are able to meet the demand for any language translation at short notice and that too at an affordable cost without sacrificing on quality.
Apart from Print, other media such as Radio, TV, and Cinema all play a significant role in spreading entertainment and news. The preferred language being Malayalam, there are language channels in plenty.
Travel and Tourism industry: Tourism is also a significant contributor to the economy of Thiruvananthapuram. Thiruvananthapuram is a major tourist hub in India. Kovalam and Varkala are popular beach towns located near the city. The Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Trivandrum attracts lakhs of tourist and is one of the richest temples in the world. The presence of natural attractions like beaches, backwaters, hills, plantations and attractions like heritage, history, Ayurveda, medical tourism and knowledge centres adds to the attraction for a large number of tourists to the city.
Translation and interpretation service is in great demand due to these factors. Availability of localized service is preferred. That’s why Bhasha Bharati Arts has their translation service in Trivandrum oriented to serve the local needs with their professional translators and interpreters who are native speakers in Malayalam.
Trivandrum is a city rich in culture and heritage and one of the few cities in the world maintaining its old charm of natural beauty with commercialization.