Professional Oriya Translation Service
Oriya belongs to the Indo-Aryan branch under the Indo-European family of languages. It is primarily spoken in Orissa which is an Indian state and is also recognized as one of the official languages of India. It has nearly 31 million speakers mostly living in Orissa. However Oriya speaking communities can be found in other Indian states like Jharkhand, West Bengal and Gujarat.
Professional translation services provided by Tomedes include Oriya translation to and from a variety of languages like Oriya to English, and English to Oriya among others. We work with professional Oriya translators, a number of whom are native speakers of the language with substantial experience in translation.
- Oriya has close relations with Bengali and Assamese languages. It also has a lot of similarities with Maithili. Oriya is also one eastern Indian language over which Arabic and Persian have had the least influence.
- Oriya language is believed to be a direct descendent of a Prakrit language called Purva Magadhi which was used more than 1,500 year ago in eastern India.
- Oriya is spoken in a number of dialectical variations; the following are the major ones-
- Midnapori Oriya (Midnapore District, West Bengal)
- Balasori Oriya (Balasore and Bhadrak, Orissa)
- Ganjami Oriya (Ganjam, Gajapati, Koraput Rayagada,
- Nowrangpur and Phulbani in Orissa & Srikakulam in Andhra Pradesh)
- Desiya Oriya (Koraput District, Orissa and the hilly regions of Vishakhapatnam, Vizianagaram in Andhra Pradesh)
- Halbi (Border of Orissa and Chhattisgarh)
- Bhatri (Border of Orissa and Chhattisgarh)
- Sambalpuri Oriya (Sambalpur, Sundargarh, Jharsuguda, Boudh, Bargarh Bolangir and Subarnapur in Orissa and Bilaspur, Raigarh, Jashpurnagar, Sarangarh in Chhatisgarh)
- Kalahandi Oriya (Nuapada and Kalahandi in Orissa)
- Singhbhumi Oriya (East and West Singhbhum and Saraikela-Kharsawan in Jharkhand)
- Mughalbandi Oriya (coastal districts of Orissa)
- Some linguists regard the Chatishgarhi language of Chhatishgarh, and Nagpuri or Sadri languages as Oriya dialects.
- Oriya is written using the Oriya script based on the Kalinga script. It has 6 vowels and 28 consonant phonemes. Oriya script has a curved look which came about because earlier writing was done on palm leaves that were prone to getting torn when too many straight lines were drawn.
- The morphological rules and structure used by the Oriya language are unusual; they have unique characteristics which are at odds with the rules of Sanskrit and Hindi.
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