Veritas is a professional language service provider offering high quality Marathi translation and interpreting services. All of our Marathi translation and interpreting services are undertaken by fully qualified and registered members of professional translation and interpreting associations.
We work with native speaking Marathi experts to bring you Marathi translation services across a broad range of industries and spheres including the following: business, financial, public, energy, technical, multimedia, sports, and many more.
Sourcing a Marathi translation
We can’t stress enough the importance of trust in this industry. We trust our Marathi linguists in the same way that we anticipate you will trust us with the responsibility of handling your Marathi translation requirements.
Veritas staff will put you at ease from the moment you get in touch, and our project management team will communicate with you throughout the process to ensure that we meet, if not exceed, all of your expectations in providing you with a high quality Marathi translation.
We can translate any text, no matter how big or small and regardless of the urgency involved. For more information, simply contact us today for a free, no obligation Marathi translation quotation or interpreting quotation.
Marathi translation – our guarantees
- We will match any equivalent, like-for-like Marathi translation quote
- We only use professional Marathi translators with at least five years’ experience
- Our Marathi translators only translate into their native language and they live in India
- Our Marathi translation services are quick, efficient and reliable
Marathi translation – a language overview
Marathi belongs to the Indo-Aryan branch of the Indo-European language family, and is spoken by over 71 million people predominantly in the state of Maharashtra in India. It is also spoken in neighbouring states, as well as Israel and Mauritius.
It is one of the 23 official languages of India, and the 14th most spoken language in the world with over 71 million native speakers. Furthermore, Marathi has the fourth largest number of speakers of any language in India.
Dating from around the time of 1000AD, Marathi has some of the oldest literature of all modern Indo-European, Indic languages.
Marathi features two major dialects – Standard Marathi and Warhadi Marathi.
The language is believed to have descended from Maharashtri, which is one of the Prakrit languages which evolved from Sanskrit.
Between the 13th to the mid 20th century, Marathi used the Modi alphabet as its writing system. However, since 1950 it has been written with the Devanāgarī alphabet.