There are very few languages in the world that have such a wide-reaching influence as that of Hindi, and so finding a Hindi Narrator could open up your project to hundreds of millions of Hindi speakers globally.
If your project is aimed towards audiences in India alone, then you should definitely be considering a rendition of your project in Hindi.
Hindi is considered the official primary language of India, among the 22 other languages in the nation, and is spoken worldwide by over a staggering 560 million people; that is around 7.2% of the total world population.
Hindi as a language is also recognized as a minority language in South Africa, where it is considered to be a protected language. As it stands today, the language is spoken as the fourth most commonly spoken first language globally, behind Spanish, English, and Chinese Cantonese.
The language has a rich dialect structure but is mainly constituted by standardized Hindi that has been derived from the Hindustani language; the Hindustani language itself is based primarily on the Khariboli dialect of Delhi and Northern India.
Other notable dialects include Awadhi, Bhojpuri, Fiji Hindi, and Caribbean Hindustani. As such an integral language to India and Indians across the globe, finding a Hindi narrator can open up a whole host of audience possibilities.
When we take a look at India alone, we can see that the country provides a huge audience to video streaming services as well as the eBook/audiobook marketplace.
With over 153 million consumers of both media areas combining a total revenue of over $1 billion. Out with video streaming and ebook/audiobooks, Bollywood alone is considered another huge section of the Indian economy worth considering.
A project tailored towards this market should most certainly have a Hindi Narrator translation included.
Looking for a Hindi narrator? Bahut achcha! We have narrators to cover all your Hindi needs.
Here at Voquent, we have dedicated a lot of time to verify the integrity and authenticity of our Hindi narrators.
Our audio experts rigorously vet every voice we decide to work with and hire for the projects we work on before they are cleared for professional work. This is to ensure that the quality of the work that Voquent does stays high.
The vetting process has also allowed us to begin to form relationships with native Hindi speakers as well as local Hindi-based recording studios in India. If it is authentic Hindi you are looking for, then you have come to the right place.
Not looking for the Hindi language? Maybe looking for Punjabi or Tamil instead?
Perhaps finding a narrator is not ideal for your project. In that case, why not look at our voice actors instead?