Bengali Translation Service.

An efficient and proven Bengali Translation Services offered by Wordquarry and

For a number of years we have provided a speedy and efficient Bengali Translation Service to solicitors and local authorities throughout the UK. Our service has been proven to be of the highest quality and we offer a 24/7 service.

Our clients benefit from a number of things about our service. We provide:


Our quality is proven by the number of repeat clients we have and the effort our Bengali Translation Services team put in to ensuring every aspect of the translation is correct and of the highest quality.


We pride ourselves on being one of the most, if not the most, cost effective Bengali Translation Service in the UK.

Our Bengali Translation Service team are often able to provide translations the same day, sometimes within hours of the request. Importantly – we do not charge a premium rate for this service.


Our project managers and the Bengali Translation Service support team are available 24/7 to ensure we are always available for any questions or last minute changes.

Ask for a free, no obligation quotation.

Here are 10 reasons why you may want to use our Bengali translation service for your specific project.

  • High Quality

  • Masters Degree Qualified translators  

  • Vast experience of Bengali to English and English to Bengali

  • Legal and medical translation specialisation

  • Delivery dates always met. 

  • No extra charge for fast turn round. 

  • Short translations – letters/emails often available the same day.

  • All types of file format. 

  • 24/7 support. 

  • A price that will be the lowest you find available (especially for the quality). 

These are just 10 of the many reasons you may have for asking us to quote for your translation and localization.

Here is how to find out about your prices and timescales:

See Contact Us below or Email Us Here.

About the Bengali language.

Bengali is the national language of Bangladesh and the state language of West Bengal in India.
At the beginning of the twenty-first century Bengali is, in terms of numbers of speakers, the sixth
largest language in the world. It has a vast vocabulary and a great variety in style and register.

One of the reasons Bengali is one of our sepcialist languages is thati t is spoken by more than
210 million people as a first or second language, with some 100 million
Bengali speakers in Bangladesh; about 85 million in India, primarily in the states of West Bengal,
Assam, and Tripura; and sizable immigrant communities in the United Kingdom, the United States,
and the Middle East.

The Bengali Community In The UK

Although the Bengali community in the UK dates back to the 1870s, the most significant arrivals
were in the 1960s and 1970s. The majority came from the Sylhet region of Bangladesh, which
has long-standing links with the UK through the jute, tea and shipping industries. At home, many
Bangladeshis speak Sylheti, a language closely related to Bengali. However, they have varying
degrees of competence in Bengali, which is also regarded as the language of culture.

Bengali speakers are dispersed through the UK in cities such as Coventry and Bradford.
By far the largest community, however, is to be found in London. Speakers are
concentrated in an area stretching from Westminster to Newham, with particularly
high proportions in Tower Hamlets.Brick Lane, an old street that runs from Whitechapel
to Bethnal Green, is sometimes affectionately referred to as ‘Bangla Town’. Its large
numbers of Bangladeshi restaurants and fabric shops are a popular visitor attraction.
Very much smaller Bangla communities have moved from London and other big cities
to smaller centres such as Gloucester.