Translation Services USA offers professional translation services for English to Ladakhi and Ladakhi to English language pairs. We also translate Ladakhi to and from any other world language. We can translate into over 100 different languages. In fact, Translation Services USA is the only agency in the market which can fully translate Ladakhi to literally any language in the world!
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The Ladakhi language is the predominant language in the Ladakh and Baltistan regions of the Jammu and Kashmir state of India. Ladakhi is closely related to Tibetan, and the Ladakhi people share cultural similarities with Tibetans, including Tibetan Buddhism. There is disagreement as to whether they should be considered distinct languages, but Ladakhi and Central Tibetan are not mutually intelligible, though they share a written form dating back to Old Tibetan. Ladakhi has approximately 200,000 speakers in India, and perhaps 12,000 speakers in the Tibet region of China, mostly in the Changthang region. Ladakhi has several dialects, Ladakhi proper; Shamskat, spoken to the northwest of Leh; Stotskat, spoken to the southeast in the Indus valley; and Nubra, spoken in the north. The varieties spoken in Upper Ladakh and Zangskar are not Ladakhi but a western dialect of Central Tibetan.
Most dialects of Ladakhi lack tone, but Stotskat is tonal like Central Tibetan.
Written Ladakhi is most often romanised using modified Wylie transliteration, with a th denoting an aspirated t, for example.
Ladakhi is usually written using Tibetan script. Ladakhis pronounce many of the prefix, suffix and head letters that are silent in Amdo, Kham, Ü-Tsang or Lhasa Tibetan. This tendency is more pronounced to the west of Leh, and on the Pakistani side of the Line of Control, in Baltistan, all the prefix letters are pronounced. For example, a Tibetan would pronounce sta "axe" as [ta], but a Ladakhi would say [sta]. While a Tibetan would pronounce ’bras "rice" as [dre], Ladakhis say [dras], and the Kargilpa (Burig) say [bras].
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