Role of Translation in Ashoka Mitran’s Thaneer With Reference to Cultural Problems Corresponding Roman Jakobson’s Theory
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 531-538
AbstractTranslation plays an important role in the conversation of human culture. Translation has been enriching a culture with external stimulation. Translation is an operation performed on Languages, which is a process of replacing a text in one language for a text in another language. The purpose of the translation is to give a flavour of the source culture. In the source languages word may prompt a perception which is totally unknown in the target culture. The concept is question may be abstract or concrete, it may be related to a religious belief, a social custom, kinship, terms, dress, and food and caste system. Tradition by culture substitution involves swapping a culture specific item on expression with a target languages item which does not have the same comparative meaning is likely to have a similar influence on the target reader.
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