Happy International Translation Day Wishes, Quotes, Theme & Status
International Translation Day Celebrated On 30 September Of Every Year On The Feast Of St. Jerome, The Bible Translator Who Is Considered The Patron Saint Of Translators. This Celebrations Have Been Promoted By International Federation Of Translators (Fit) Ever Since It Was Set Up In 1953. The Idea Of An Officially Recognized International Translation Day In 1991 By Fit To Show Solidarity Of The Worldwide Translation Community In An Effort To Promote The Translation Profession In Different Countries.
“Translation is like a woman. If it is beautiful, it is not faithful. If it is faithful, it is most certainly not beautiful.” –Yevgeny Yevtushenko
“Poetry is what gets lost in translation.” Robert Frost
“Nothing which is harmonized by the bond of the Muse can be changed from its own to another language without destroying its sweetness.” — Dante
“In translation language facility is not enough; blood and sweat are the secret.” —Samuel Putnam
“The first rule of translation: make sure you know at least one of the bloody languages!” –Faiz Ahmad Faiz
“Not everyone who knows how to write can be a writer. Not everyone who knows two languages can be a translator.” ― Nataly Kelly