Hindi to Sanskrit Translator

A language is a representation of a culture. It is not just words and sentences. A language is a way of life, and it has its own history, its own culture, its own grammar, and more importantly, its own identity.



The Hindi language is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in India and Nepal, as well as by some communities in East Africa. It is written from left to right, and it has been standardized into a form that can be written using the Roman alphabet.


Hindi is the most spoken language in India. The language has its own script, Devanagari, which is suggested to have been developed in the 11th century by a scholar named Viswamitra. The script was modified during the 19th century by a scholar named Raghunath Murari Sharma.


Sanskrit is one of the oldest languages in India and it is one of the 22 official languages of India. Sanskrit is an Indo-Aryan language that was codified and polished by scholars from various backgrounds around 500 BCE. It has been used as a sacred language for centuries and it still holds importance to this day as Hinduism's main liturgical language.


Enuncia Global prides itself in having a team that specializes in translating from Hindi to Sanskrit for clients in the US and all across the country in various formats. We have native translators who can work on any type of translation project from legal documents to marketing materials, from book to literary or spiritual texts. All our content is manually translated to avoid any kind errors in understanding the concept or the context of the text.