Dari Translation Services
Lingua Translations is an award winning provider of high quality Dari translation and interpreting services. All of our Dari translation and interpreting services are undertaken by professional Dari translators and interpreters across a diverse range of industries; from financial, legal and business, to multimedia, sports and technical, plus many more too.
Our native Dari speaking linguists are all registered members of professional organisations and associations, and have a wealth of experience in Dari translation both from and into Dari and other languages.
Location Afghanistan, Central Asia
Population 29 million people
Language family Persian branch of the Indo-Iranian group
Related languages Pashto, Iranian Persian, Sistani
Number of global speakers Over 20 million native speakers worldwide
- Sourcing a Dari translation
It is fairly likely that you do not speak Dari yourself, and it is also probable that you have never dealt with Dari translation services before. Therefore, we suggest that you take the time to source a professional translation company that you can trust entirely and that you have confidence in after speaking to them.
At Lingua Translations, we believe that trust plays a major part in all of our Dari translation services. We trust our expert linguists, just as we anticipate you will trust us once you get in touch and realise just how passionate we are about language, translation, and providing you with the best Dari translation service possible.
We only work with in-country Dari translators who have at least five years’ professional Dari translation experience, and who are experts in the specific field you require.
- Dari translation – a language overview
One of the two official languages in Afghanistan, alongside Pashto, Dari refers to the modern Persian dialects spoken in the Central Asian country. ‘Dari’ is the term officially recognised and promoted in 1964 by the Afghan government for the Persian language.
Dari is more widely spoken than Pashto as a mother tongue, making it the lingua franca. With the Iranian and Afghan Persian dialects being so very closely related, they are seen to be mutually intelligible, with only minor differences appearing in the vocabulary and phonology.
The language uses the Persian alphabet as its writing system. The origin of Dari comes from the middle Persian which was spoken during the rule of the Sassanid dynasty.