About the Assamese Script
The Assamese script is an abugida, meaning that each letter represents a consonant with an inherent vowel.
The Assamese script was first used in the 7th century to write the Assamese language. It was originally derived from Brahmi, which is a sacred language of Hinduism and Buddhism.
The modern form of the Assamese script is used to write অসমীয়া (Asamiya or Assamese), one of the major languages in India and the national language of অসম (Assam).
Assamese to English Translation
The Assamese language is a member of the Indo-Aryan branch of the Indo-European language family. It is mainly spoken in the state of Assam in North East India.
In recent years, there has been an increasing need for English translations from Assamese. There are many reasons for this such as migration to other countries, globalization and cultural exchange. The need for translation services has also increased due to the large number of documents that are in English but originate from other languages like Hindi and Sanskrit, but have been translated into Assamese.
At Enuncia Global we have the native Assamese language experts who help us translate, transliterate, convert, transcribe and with other services related to Assamese language. We are one of the best Assamese translation service providers in the country.