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Bosnian Translation Services

Fastest professional Bosnian Translation Services by 4000+ certified Bosnian translators who offer accurate Translation Services in Bosnian language for government, public and private sectors. Our native experts have been working in 250+ languages for multiple industries, like legal, technical, medical, engineering, Shipping, NGOs, mining, media, oil & gas and so forth. Thus, we have established as a well-known global Bosnian Language Translation services company in New Delhi India Mumbai Amritsar Kolkata Chandigarh Chennai UAE Hyderabad Bangalore Noida Pune Gurgaon Ghaziabad and several other Indian and foreign cities. An estimated 2.5 million to 3.5 million people in Bosnia and Herzegovina speak the Bosnian language, which is a South Slavic language related closely to Serbian and Croatian. The Arabic script was used for writing the Bosnian language during the rule of the Ottomans; as of today the Cyrillic as well as Latin scripts are used for writing it. Only a professional Bosnian translation company can understand such a rich language precisely and fulfill the language requirements of the client. Hence, we also offer quality Bosnian interpretation services under the professional guidance of Bosnian interpreters. Further, if you are looking for a localized app, video game or website, we can help you get the same through authentic Bosnian localization services.

One cannot deny the importance of translation in this digital world. It doesn’t matter what your subject is, it could be your online content, marketing material, business, advertisement, book or Elearning you need translation to reach wider areas and to gain more traffic and customers. Without effective translation you may face adverse situations like:

Unambiguous communication: Translation helps in conveying the right message to the right people and at right time. Without it, there’s a high chance that your readers might develop misconception about your product and services. No individual/ business want to affect its reputation by sending incorrect message.

Missed Opportunities: By not translating, you’re not making your audiences aware about your product and services. You’re not only loosing various opportunities to gain edge in market but you’re also losing your potential customers.

Rivalries: If you’re not translating then you’re being lenient toward your competitors. Your rivals will not spare you and they will go to any extent to make you exit from economy.

Successful translation has become a necessity to many firms operating at global platform; to provide accurate flow of information from one end to another without jeopardizing the original source content.


Interesting Facts about Bosnian ( Bosanski ) Language

  Almost 2.5 million to 3.5 million people speak the Bosnian language
  It is the official language of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  This language holds the status of minority language in Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Croatia, and Kosovo
  Besides Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian are also recognized as the official languages of Bosnia and Herzegovina. But, the ethnic groups speak their respective languages, i.e. Serbs speak Serbian, Bosnians speak Bosnian and the Croats speak Croatian.
  Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian are said to be mutually intelligible with each other. But, they are often referred to as distinctly separate languages.
  This language is said to belong to the Indo-European language family.
  Bosnian follows both Cyrillic and Latin writing scripts.


Where is Bosnian Spoken

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Macedonia
  • Croatia
  • Montenegro
  • United States
  • Kosovo
  • Serbia

 

Basic Info about Bosnian Native Country

 Country: Bosnian and Herzegovina
 Capital: Sarajevo
 Population: 3,791,622
 GDP: 4,661.76 USD (2013)
 Government Type: Parlimentary Republic
 Currency: Marka or the Convertible Mark
 Ease-of-doing-business rank: 125th
 Unemployment rate: 44.3%
 Major Industries: steel, oil refining, coal, iron ore, aircraft, lead, zinc, manganese, textiles, bauxite, vehicles, tanks, tobacco products, domestic appliances, furniture

 

Facts

 The most predominant religion here, is Islam
 The most popular site of Catholic pilgrimage is said to be Medjugorje, which is located in Herzegovina.
 The name of Bosnia got officially changed to ‘Bosnia and Herzegovina’ following the new constitution and the 1995 Dayton Agreement.

 

Bosnian History

  • Illyrian tribes are said to be the earliest archaeological artifacts that were found in the Bosnian region. It is the ethnic community that settled in the modern day Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
  • Slavic people group came to this region in the 6th century and brought the Slavic languages. For nearly three centuries, these languages were adopted by the region. 
  • From the 15th to 19th centuries, Bosnia was ruled by the Ottoman Empire. During this period, the Slavic languages got influenced by the Ottoman Empire’s Turkish languages. 
  • This phase also experienced a religious transition. Bosnian people were converted to Islam. Today, the most popular religions in Bosnia and Herzegovina are Roman Catholicism, Islam, and Serbian Orthodox. 
  • Austro-Hungarian Empire also ruled over Bosnia and Herzegovina. It came to an end in 1918 with the assassination of the eventual heir to Austro-Hungarian Empire, i.e. Franz Ferdinand. 
  • Bosnia was ruled over by the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, for the remainder of the 20th century. 
  • Bosnian gained independence and declared the constitution in the year 1995.

     

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    Two things will happen in the absence of translation: firstly, your customers will shift to other alternatives and second they’ll be depended on free tools of translation which is not 100 percent accurate. You need to make yourself look professional and that’s why translation of your content is must in providing correct and precise information to multi lingual audiences.

    At Tridindia, we provide authentic translation of top notch quality that enables organization in fulfilling their linguistic need. Our translation is of esteem standard, widely accepted and helps in:

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    With highly professional team you can avoid certain mistakes and can communicate correctly with right tone and meaning.

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