ON SAFE MODE - (Unable to fully load Google Transliteration). Additional options appear here once you hit Space Bar.
Hindi is spoken by a global community of over 691 million people. It holds the status of being the official language of India and is predominantly spoken within the northern and central regions of the country. Furthermore, it is spoken by Indian communities residing in various parts of the world, including the United States, Canada, and numerous other nations.
On the other hand, Persian, also known as Farsi, boasts a substantial speaker base of over 130 million individuals worldwide. It holds the distinction of being the official language of Iran and is predominantly spoken in the central and northern regions of the country. Persian extends its linguistic influence to other nations such as Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Iraq, Russia, Azerbaijan, and Afghanistan. This language is recognized by different names in different regions, with Dari in Afghanistan and Tajik in Tajikistan being among its official variations.
When comparing Hindi and Persian languages, several intriguing facts emerge:
Both Hindi and Persian share a common ancestral origin within the vast Indo-European language family, although they have evolved distinctly. Hindi belongs to the Indo-Aryan branch, while Persian falls under the Indo-Iranian branch.
Despite their shared ancestry, these languages use distinct scripts, both derived from the ancient Brahmi script. Hindi uses Devanagari, an abugida script, while Persian utilises the Perso-Arabic script, characterised as an abjad script.
In terms of sentence structure, both Hindi and Persian adhere to the Subject-Object-Verb (SOV) word order, wherein the subject precedes the object, followed by the verb.
In terms of language usage, both languages incorporate honorifics to convey respect, particularly when addressing elders. In Persian, the honorific "آقا" (Agha) is added before an individual's name, while in Hindi, the honorific "जी" (ji) is employed. For instance, instead of simply saying "سلام" (salaam) in Persian, one might utilise "آقا سلام" (Agha salaam) to convey respect. In Hindi, rather than addressing someone as "रवि" (Ravi), the honorific "रवि जी" (Ravi-ji) is employed to signify respect.
In summary, while Hindi and Persian have some linguistic commonalities, such as their Indo-European roots and shared use of the SOV sentence structure, they also exhibit notable differences, including their distinct scripts, grammatical features, and lexical influences. These distinctions contribute to the richness and diversity of these two languages.
Hindi sentence and phrase will be translated into Persian meaning.
For E.g. typing:
"हिंदी ने फ़ारसी के अनेक शब्दों को अपनी शब्दावली में शामिल किया है। कुछ उल्लेखनीय उदाहरणों में "रुपया," "किताब," "दफ़्तार," और "हवलदार" शामिल हैं।" will be translated into "هندی کلمات زیادی را از زبان فارسی وارد واژگان خود کرده است. از نمونههای قابل توجه میتوان به «روپیه»، «کتاب»، «دفتر» و «هوالدار» اشاره کرد."
Use our translator tool as Hindi to Persian dictionary.
"शब्दावली" meaning in Persian will be "واژگان"
"किताब" meaning in Persian will be "کتاب"
Powered by Google.
High Accuracy Rate.
Instant Online Translation.
Up to 500 characters can be translated into one request.
Get translated text in Unicode fonts. This means you can copy and paste it anywhere on the Web or Desktop applications.
This translation tool is FREE.
मैं तुमसे प्यार करता हूँ - (Main tumase pyaar karata hoon)
स्वागतम् - (Swagatam)
नमस्ते - (Namaste)
आप कैसे हैं ? / क्या हाल है? - (Aap kaise hain? / Kya haal hai?)
आप का नाम क्या है? - (Aap-ka naam kya hai)
اسم شما چیست؟
मेरा नाम ... है। - (Mera naam ... hai)
اسم من هست ...
आपसे मिलकर खुशी हुई - (Aapase milakar khushee huee)
از دیدار شما خوشحالم
धन्यवाद - (Dhanyabaad)
माफ़ कीजिय! - (Maaf keejiy!)
फिर मिलते हैं! - (Phir milte hai)
به امید دیدار!
क्या आप अंग्रेज़ी बोलते हैं? - (kya aap angrezee bolate hain?)
آیا شما انگلیسی صحبت می کنید؟
मुझे समझ नहीं आया - (Mujhe samajh nahin aaya)
कृपया धीमी गति से बोलें - (krpaya dheemee gati se bolen)
لطفا آرام صحبت کنید
वाशरूम किदर है? - (Bathroom kidhar hai?)
دستشویی ها کجا هستند؟
कक्या मैं पैसे बदल सकता हूँ? - (Kya main paise badal sakata hoon?)
آیا می توانم پول عوض کنم؟
ये कितना है? - (Ye kitana hai?)
यह बहुत महंगा है! - (Yah bahut mahanga hai!)
خیلی گران است!
कृपया इसे फिर से कहना - (krpaya ise phir se kahana)
لطفاً دوباره آن را بگویید
बाएं / सही / सीधे - (Baen / Sahee / Seedhe)
چپ / راست / راست
Our translation service either uses Google or Microsoft to translate the text you have typed in Hindi.
Whenever you type a word, sentence or phrase in Hindi - we send API requests to either Google or Microsoft for a translation. In return, they send back a response with a translated text in Persian.
Their system uses machine-language technologies to bring together some cutting edge technologies such as artificial intelligence (deep learning), big data, Web APIs, cloud computing etc to perform higher quality translations.
No. At a moment you can only use our Hindi translation online.
However, you can install the Chrome extension tool called Google Translate by visiting Google Translate Chrome Extension link.
Once this translation tool is installed, you can highlight and right-click the section of text and click on the "Translate" icon to translate it to the language of your choice. Furthermore, you can translate the entire web page by clicking on the "Translate" icon on the browser toolbar.
It supports over 100 languages.
With this tool you can type in English and get in Hindi. For e.g. typing "hindi ko persian me translate kare" gives you "हिंदी को फिलिपिनो में ट्रांसलेट करे". This makes typing in Hindi natural as you don’t need to remember complex Hindi keyboard layout. Please visit: www.EasyHindiTyping.com to use this tool.
This Hindi typing tool is FREE. Additionally, you can email the text you have typed to anyone - including yourself.
Online Hindi unicode tool will automatically convert any roman text into unicode Hindi. Whenever you type any letter, you will get additional hints to make your typing easier. Please visit this link to type in unicode.
Hindi speech translation service is provided by both Microsoft and Google. They both use their own cognitive services to translate spoken words and phrases into a language of your choice. For some languages, you will hear the translation spoken aloud.
Microsoft Translator in particular powers speech translation features across its products which can be used for Live Presentation, In-Person or Remote Translated Communication (such as Skype), Media Subtitling, Customer support and Business Intelligence.
Yes. This Hindi to Persian text translation is absolutely FREE. You can use our translation tool for both personal and commercial use.
However, we have the following restrictions:
These restrictions are placed to ensure that robots or automated software are not abusing this facilities.
As explained earlier, the machine-language technology is used to perform the translation. This translation software is evolving every day and as time goes by the translation is going to be pretty accurate - especially for commonly used phrases and sentences.
At the moment, it is not perfect but our translation software is useful for those who need help framing the sentence and get a general idea on what the sentence or phrase is conveying the message.
For those who would like accurate translation - there are plenty of websites that provide human translators for translating Hindi to Persian.