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Most people use the help of Google Translate to translate a word, but the question is whether Google translation tells you the correct translation of your words every time. We are saying this because recently the phenomenon of wrong translation by Google Translation has come to light. In fact, on Sunday, someone searched the Hindi translation of God Bless You on Google Translate and in response, the Hindi translation was showing ‘Assalam Alaikum’, while the correct translation is ‘God bless you’ ( Bhagwan Apka Bhala Kare). After Google Translation showed wrong translation, many Twitter users told about this mistake, after which Google immediately rectified this mistake.
After the release of ‘Assalam Alaikum’ as the Hindi translation of ‘God Bless You’, the attention of the Twitter users was attracted to this and people started giving their reactions on Twitter. Google corrected its mistake soon after people pointed out the mistake.
Google Translate reports incorrect translation
Google ke hindi translation me God bless you type karne se assalum walekum bata raha hai..Shadyanta har jagah ho raha hai.
– Anil Yadav (@ AnilYadav298) February 15, 2021
See another tweet-
Google translates ‘God bless you’ to ‘Assalam Alaikum’ in Hindi, Which Is Wrong !!! pic.twitter.com/wLbLkre3mZ
– Mohd Fasiuddin (@ MohdFasiuddin10) February 14, 2021
One more tweet-
When you @Google
1. Who killed Mahishasur
2. God bless you in hindi
– Hindu Ecosystem (@HinduEcosystem_) February 14, 2021
members and all contributors who have sent their feedback. Translation of “God Bless You” corrected now 😄 Remember unity is 💪 @HinduEcosystem_ pic.twitter.com/cz01H28iRq
– Hitesh Prajapati (@ HiteshPrajapt7) February 15, 2021
Significantly, people suggested Google to rectify this mistake. This mistake was rectified after people submitted feedback. Explain that the feedback option appears on the right bottom corner of the translation box. In the next step, a form appears, giving the option to select ‘This translation is incorrect’.