Punjabi Translator for Auckland
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Punjabi Translation Service Auckland
Our (NAATI) Punjabi translation services are delivered for all locations in Australia including Auckland. Get a professional and certified Punjabi translator for your document translation. (NAATI) Certified document translations are required for visa applications, or legal purposes in Australia.
We value fast and affordable Punjabi to English translation services for our customers in Auckland. Our prices are very competitive and easy online payment by credit card is available. Everything can be done online.
Our dedicated full-time Punjabi translators are Australian government accredited. We have translators based in NSW, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia who can produce fast and accurate Punjabi translations. The certified translations can be delivered to you right at Auckland.
Australia-wide Translation Service
- Experienced NAATI Punjabi translator
- Dedicated Manager for QA before delivery
- Do Not need Original Files
- Secure & Easy Submission Process
- Able to manage multiple languages in large quantities
- Delivery by E-mail and Post to Auckland
- Punjabi Business and Legal translations
- Punjabi Passport Translation
- Punjabi Birth Certificate Translation
- Punjabi Brochure and Catalogue Translations
- Punjabi Driving License Translation
- Punjabi Marriage Certificate Translation
- Punjabi Divorce Certificate Translation>
- Multi-language translation
- Punjabi website translation
- Punjabi Document Translation for Visa Applications
- Punjabi Financial Translation Service
- Punjabi Technical Translation Services
- Punjabi Police Report Translation
Punjabi Language Translation for Auckland
The Punjabi language has many different dialects, spoken in the different sub-regions of greater Punjab. Since the Partition of Punjab in 1947, Punjabi spoken in the two countries has deviated from each other, with Indians relying more heavily on Sanskrit vocabulary through Hindi. Punjabi emerged as an independent language in the 11th century. The first traces of Punjabi can be found in the works of the Nath yogis Gorakshanath and Charpatnath in the 9th and 10th century. The early Punjabi literature was principally spiritual in nature and has had a very rich oral tradition. The poetry written by Sufi saints has been the folklore of the Punjab and is still sung with great love in any part of Punjab.1
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