Kyrgyz Language Translator in India
About Kyrgyz Language
Kyrgyz also known as Kyrgyz tili is a member of the Turkic branch of the Altaic language family. In a 9th century Orkhon inscription which was discovered during an expedition to the Orkhon Valley monuments in Mongolia in 1889 contains the earliest reference of the Kyrgyz people, who were living in the Upper Yenisey region in north-central Mongolia.
The Kyrgyz people migrated from the south and settled in the area which is today known as Kyrgyzstan due to the spread of the Mongol Empire in the 13th century. Some Kyrgyz people were compelled to migrate to Turkestan due to the numerous Turkic and Mongol invasions. The Kyrgyz were under the control of Chinese by the time of the mid-18th century. Some speakers of the Kyrgyz language migrated to Afghanistan after Kyrgyzia was under force consolidated into the Russian Empire. In 1936, Kyrgyzia became a Soviet Socialist Republic of the USSR. Kyrgyzstan became an independent Republic of Kyrgyzstan after the breakup of the Soviet Union in the year 1990.
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Today, Kyrgyz is the official national language of Republic of Kyrgyzstan and spoken by approximately 2.45 million people. Russian is also spoken by many Kyrgyz speakers in Republic of Krygyzstan. Kyrgyz is also spoken in Afghanistan, China (approximately half-a-million speak Kyrgyz), Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkey, and Uzbekistan. A approximate total of about 2.9 million people all around the world speak Kyrgyz language.
Kyrgyz was used along with Russian for official and government purposes when it was not standardized until the Soviet period. The literacy rates in Kyrgyz rose sharply to almost universal literacy in the 1970’s from under 5% in the 1920’s under the period of Soviet regime. During the same period, the percentage of Kyrgyz speakers dropped considerably in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan due to the incursion of the settlers from other parts of the USSR and among them most of which were Russians. There was no sign of any Kyrgyz press prior to the year 1917, but by the time of mid-1980s, Kyrgyz publications flourished with numerous newspapers, magazines and books, in addition to radio and television.
In 1990 Kyrgyzstan gained its independence from the Soviet Union, and after that Kyrgyzstan attempted to pursue a policy of de-russification. Today, instruction in Kyrgyz is also available through the secondary-school level even though the policy of de-russification has not been fully carried out. Kyrgyz National University also uses Kyrgyz language as a medium of instructions in some of its curriculum courses. The language is widely used in electronic and written media.
Kyrgyz is usually divided into two dialect groups:
Kyrgyz Translation Services in India
Although Kyrgyzstan is looking forward to increase their business volume and employment throughout the world in which they have to face language problems while interacting with different countries. We are here to help you out by providing you the best services of Kyrgyz language. We help out to expand your business or in other aspects where ever you need us relating with translation and interpretation of Kyrgyz language throughout the world. For any type of Kyrgyz to English and English to Kyrgyz Language we are always here to help you out with high-quality and cost-effective services. We provide you with the best Kyrgyz Translator in India.
Guided by the exchange priority of information between two cultures, the Kyrgyz translation services in India are broadly classified under the following categories:
- Northern dialects have a significant number of loanwords from Kazakh and adjacent Mongolian languages. Standard Kyrgyz is based on the Northern dialect.
- Southern dialects are influenced by Uzbek, Tajik, and Persian.
Other Kyrgyz Language Related Services Offered by Lingo Chaps:
- Kyrgyz Interpretation (simultaneous, consecutive) Services
- Kyrgyz Escort Services
- Kyrgyz Localization Services
- Kyrgyz Voice-over Services
- Kyrgyz Sub-titling
- Kyrgyz Software Localization
- Kyrgyz Website Localization
- Kyrgyz Game Localization
- Kyrgyz Dubbing Services
Our Translation Team & Services
Lingo Chaps Translation Services is an India based translation agency. Our Kyrgyz translators and interpreters are highly experienced and native speakers of Kyrgyz language. Our technical, legal and general expert, subject editors and highly skilled professional team look after the translated content to ensure quality and correctness and completeness in the final work of project given to us. Our Services include translation, interpretation, localization and any other related services.
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