Today we will talk about the Indo-Iranian languages and localization services through a reading of a recommended article.
At the beginning of the second millenium BC, the Indo-Iranian (relatives of the Aryans) emigrated towards Iran. Around the year 1000BC they had already split into two branches: the Indian branch (also known as the Indo-Aryan branch) and the Iranian or Persian branch, with their language spoken in what today is Afghanistan and Iran.
The name that the Iranian tribes gave themselves (as did the Indo-Aryan tribes) was “aryan,” which lingers on in different forms in modern languages: in modern Persian Iran is the “country of the Aryans.”
It’s very important that such languages be kept in mind when selling products and services from other parts of the world.