Our professional linguists include native Kannada speakers who are experienced in the nuances of the language and the requirements of effective translation and interpreting.
Kannada (also called Kanarese) is a language of the Dravidian family. It is spoken in southwestern India, and is the official language of the state of Karnataka.
In addition to having several regional dialects, Kannada has three social dialects (Brahman, non-Brahman, and Harijan [Untouchable]). A so-called “diglossia” (or dichotomy) exists between the formal literary Kannada and the informal, colloquial version.
Kannada’s alphabet is closely related to that of the Telugu language.
Kannada Translation and Interpreting
Kannada Quick Facts
Alternate Names & Spellings: Kanarese, Canarese, Banglori, Madrassi
Language Family: Dravidian, Southern, Tamil-Kannada
Spoken by Approximately 35,346,000 people
Spoken In: United States