Importance Of Translation

1041 Words5 Pages
This paper discusses the impact of translation in all walks of life. An individual feels an urge in learning different languages for some specific purposes. The need and importance of translation is felt increasing day by day. Besides enlightening it proved to awaken India to become conscious of their existence and knit India together as a nation throughout history. The best example of it can be found when Akbar set up Maktabkhana or translation bureau, which encouraged translators of Sanskrit, Turkish and Arabic texts into Persian. It also helped strengthening the voice of weaker and marginalised people against oppression and atrocities. Translation has become not only desirable, but indispensable in our prevailing circumstances.
Keywords: Familiarize, Advancement, Heritage, Enlightenment, Disseminated, Hegemony.
A large number of languages are spoken or written all over the world, and, as such, an individual would not like to remain confined to a single language or the native language only but, preferably would like to have interest in learning different languages for some specific purpose. The need and importance of translation also arises day by day. One wants to know the words or phrases or a languages spoken in other countries so as to familiarize oneself for that particular purpose. As a matter of interest, translation is also important when a person forms thoughts about how he would mingle with people of a different country if he needs to stay in connection with
Open Document