Professional Dogri Language Translation Services
At Kwintessential, we provide Dogri language translation services that can help your business bridge the gap with Dogri-speaking customers and partners. Our professional translators have expert-level proficiency in English and Dogri, ensuring that every document, website or app is translated accurately and effectively.
Expertise Across Sectors
Our experienced Dogri translators have expertise across legal, automotive, finance, medical and engineering sectors. Whether you need a technical manual to be translated or require expert advice on regionalised translations for marketing campaigns in the Dogri-speaking world, our team of experienced Dogri language professionals are here to provide outstanding service.
Types of Dogri Translation Services Offered
We offer various types of translation services for the Dogri language:
- Translation of legal documents
- Localisation and transcreation of marketing materials
- Website, software and app translation
- Interpreting services for meetings, conferences, trade shows and more.
Strict Quality Control Process
Our team of Dogri translators are highly qualified professional linguists who have been carefully selected to provide the best possible service. All our translations adhere to the highest linguistic quality standards. We have a strict quality control process to ensure that all translations are precise, accurate and tailored to the target audience.
Competitive Rates and Excellent Service
At Kwintessential, we prioritise providing excellent service at competitive rates. Our team of translators will work together with you every step of the way to make sure your project is delivered on time, within budget and with the highest quality.
Get in Touch Today!
If you would like to find out more about our Dogri language translation services, please don’t hesitate to contact us today. We look forward to helping your business bridge the gap with Dogri-speaking customers and partners.
About Dogri language
Dogri is a language of the Indo-Aryan branch of the Indo-European language family. It is spoken by about 2 million people in India, mainly in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Delhi and Punjab states. The Dogri dialects used to be written using the Takri script but are now written primarily on Devanagari.
Dogri is the official language of Jammu and Kashmir and one of 22 scheduled languages in India. In addition to being spoken by the people of this region, it is also used as a second language among specific communities in Pakistan. Dogri can be divided into two major dialects – Pahari (the main dialect) and Gojri (or Gujari).
Dogri has a rich history and culture, with stories, poetry and songs in the language dating back centuries. The language was also used for administrative purposes during the Mughal Empire. Dogri is an essential link between northern India and Pakistan, as it was once spoken in both countries.
The Dogri language has been recognised as an essential cultural and linguistic element in the region since the early 20th century. It is now taught at schools and universities and used for official publications, radio, television broadcasts, theatre performances and other media in Jammu and Kashmir.
The future of the Dogri language looks promising due to its widespread use in the region and its efforts to be preserved. In 2017, it was included in the 8th Schedule of the Indian Constitution, guaranteeing it status as an official language of India. Various initiatives are also taking place that promote and preserve Dogri culture, such as educational programs and cultural events.
Dogri is a vibrant and vital language in the region, with a long history and culture that must be preserved. Its recognition as an official language of India is a significant step towards ensuring its future and use. With more initiatives supporting the speech, Dogri will continue to thrive for many years.