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About Sadri Language

Sadri is a branch of Prakrit language, and considered as prominently related to Oriya, Bengali and Angika. The language is quite popularly spoken in states of India, such as Jharkhand, Orissa and the north of West Bengal, and in Bangladesh. The native Sadri language speakers are also eloquent in Hindi, Oriya and Bengali. It is also the first language of Chero tribe. The language has good amount of presence in the state of Jharkhand, and the states of Orissa, Chhattisgarh, North Bengal, Assam, Andaman and Nicobar and parts of India, where Jharkhandi community live.

Sadri language is spoken by approximately 1,381,000 Sadani, 574,000 Nagpuri and 165,683 Oraon respectively. The language follows Devnagri writing system, and it belongs to the family of Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan, Eastern Group, Bihari and Sadri. There are many alternate dialects of Sadri language, the prominent being Sadani, Sadana, Sadati, Sadari, Sadhan, Sadna, Sadrik, Santri, Siddri, Sradri, Sadhari, Sadan, Nagpuria, Nagpuri, Chota Nagpuri, Dikku Kaji, Gawari, Ganwari, Goari, Gauuari and Jharkhandhi.

Our team of Sadri translators

Our team of Sadri translators includes translators who have prior experience in the relevant fields. All of them are experts in the subject matter. We make sure that all our translators have an excellent knowledge of the target language as well as the source language.

We adopt the most stringent methods to ensure that our work is of the finest quality, and our ever-expanding team of Sadri translators is selected with the utmost care. To become a part of All Translation Services, each translator has to pass a rigorous selection process.

The only way a translator can have an excellent knowledge of their target language is by being a native of the land where the target language is spoken, which is why we only have natives and in-country Sadri translators.

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Country Where Spoken

India, Bangladesh


Jharkhand and surrounding states

Total Speakers


Language Family

Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan, Eastern Group, Bihari

Writing Style