The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is translated in 407 different Languages and Dialects, and therefore the most Translated Document in The World. From the point of view of the United Nations, especially, The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, OHCHR, there is no distinction i.c. between languages and dialects . Because all of them serve the Global dissemination of The UDHR .
SWAHILI KISWAHILI is a Bantu language . Spoken by the communities of the African Great Lakes. This region includes : Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda . Official language of the four Nations, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. 5 Millions first language speakers. As a lingua franca it is used in most of the southern half of East Africa . Total number of Swahili Kiswahili speakers exceeds 140 Millions .
MANDARIN is the Most spoken Chinese language, specifically in the North and Southwest of China. It has the most native speakers than any other language. Nearly 1 Billion. The English word " Mandarin " is derived from the Sanskrit Word " MANTRIN " Meaning : An Official of The Chinese Empire . Mandarin is one of the six official languages of the United Nations. The official language of the People's Republic of China . And the Republic of China ( ROC Taiwan ). Mandarin is also one of the four official languages of the Republic of Singapore .
TAGALOG Or officially Filipino is an Austronesian language spoken by a quarter of the Philippines People as first language. And as lingua franca by the rest of the People . It is related to other regional languages e.g. Bikol languages, Ilokano, Visayan languages , and Kampampangan .The word Tagalog is derived from " Taga " meaning " native of " and " ilog " meaning "river ". 28 Millions native speakers . 96 % of the Philippines people can speak Tagalog .
HINDI or Modern Standard Hindi is the fourth largest language in the World. Total native speakers reported by the most recent census of India : 422 Millions . In the 2001 census 258 Millions people of India reported to have Hindi as their first language . The Indian constitution adopted in 1950, declared that Hindi shall be written in The Devanagari Script and will be the official language of the Federal Government of India .