Reach any audience with tailored Nepali translation services
Communicate in Nepali as confidently and authoritatively as you do in your native language with the Nepali translation services we provide in London, throughout the UK and globally.
Rely on your personal account manager and a hand-picked team of native-speaking specialists in your industry to ensure that your latest project is delivered on time and on target.
You might need a persuasive localisation of your latest marketing materials. An official translation for immigration purposes. Or technical translation of everything from legal documents to product schematics.
Whatever your project. Whatever its scope. Our Nepali translation services provide the comprehensive solution you need.
Why choose Kwintessential?
- Trust services accredited to both ISO 9001 and ISO 17100 international quality standards
- Work with your own personal account manager to get the results you need
- Enjoy some of the most competitive rates for any Nepali translation
- Count on having subject matter experts handling your translation
- Know that your project will pass through extensive Quality Assurance processes
Source Nepali translators across language pairs
Use us to handle both Nepali to English and English to Nepali translations. Whichever your project calls for, we always use a highly-skilled translator who translates into their mother tongue.
This means a native Nepali speaker will translate into Nepali and a native English speaker will translate into English. This combination is the only way to ensure that your final document is natural and compelling to a native reader.
Find expert linguists in every industry and for every project
Get just the expertise you need for the project at hand. The Nepali translation services we offer to clients in London, across the UK and worldwide are used by both businesses and private individuals for all scales of project.
Whether you need a personal letter or a 90 000-word business proposal translating, we will have handled a project just like it before. No project is too large or too small.
Our Nepali translators regularly handle letters, brochures, presentations, accounts, handbooks, articles, manuals, guides, contracts, novels and much more. We have expert linguists covering all fields, including:
- Manufacturing translations
- Financial translations
- Media and entertainment
- Insurance translations
- Educational translations
- Retail translations
- Advertising translations
- Logistics translations
Target the right dialect with your Nepali translation in London
Nepali is mainly spoken in the small state of Nepal, but you can also find speakers in Bhutan, Brunei and India. An estimated 17 million people around the world speak Nepali.
Other names for Nepali include Nepalese, Gorkhali, Gurkhali, Khaskura, Parbatiya and Eastern Pahari.
It is important to note that there are many dialects, many of which can be quite distinct from Standard Nepali. These include Baitadi, Bajhangi, Bajurali (Bajura), Doteli (Dotali, Gaunle), Soradi, Acchami and Darjula.
Use Kwintessential and know that your documents will always be translated with the dialect and culture of your target audience born squarely in mind. From the time we construct the team to deliver your Nepali translation service in London or anywhere in the world to the successful completion of your project, our professional language experts provide an excellent customer experience every step of the way. So please don’t wait any longer; contact us at email@example.com for a free consultation to discuss your translation needs.
About the Nepali language
Nepali is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by approximately 17 million people in Nepal, Bhutan, Burma and India. It is the official language of Nepal and is closely related to Hindi and Bengali. Nepali has a rich literary history dating back several centuries. The earliest known written documents in Nepali are from the 14th century AD. Although mainly used in Nepal, Nepali is also widely spoken in parts of India, Bangladesh and Bhutan. It is written in Devanagari script but uses its own set of conventions. The language has a rich range of vocabulary and grammar that reflects many aspects of Nepali culture. Several dialects are used nationwide, with Kathmandu Valley being the most common. Nepali is also gaining popularity as a second language among many communities in India and abroad due to its ease of use compared to other languages. Its popularity has grown considerably in recent years due to the increased business opportunities in Nepal and other countries where it is spoken.
Additionally, Nepali is frequently used in film, television, music, literature and radio broadcasts in Nepal and internationally. The language is also used in the Nepali diaspora and is increasingly being studied in universities worldwide, adding to its global appeal. Nepali is a beautiful language that gives insight into Nepal’s unique culture and history.