Google Translation of 'God Bless You' in Hindi to 'Assalam Alaikum' Rectified After Twitterati Points Out the Error

Team Latestly
·1-min read

Mumbai, February 16: Google Translate was showing the wrong translation of ‘God Bless You’ into Hindi on Sunday. The translation for the phrase ‘God Bless You’ on Google Translate, showed ‘अस्सलामु अलैकुम’ (Assalam Alaikum) instead of the correct translation ‘भगवान आपका भला करें’ (Bhagwan Apka Bhala Kare). The error was pointed out by Twitterati, and Google immediately fixed it.

Also Read | Greta Thunberg 'Toolkit' Case: Disha Ravi, Editor of Google Document, Shared It with Swedish Climate Activist, Says Delhi Police

People started reacting on Twitter after they noticed the wrong translation and immediately pointed it out to Google.

Twitterati pointed out the wrong translation:

Also Read | Google Dark Mode for Desktops Under Testing: Report

Here's another tweet:

People sharing a screenshot on Twitter after the error was rectified:

People suggested changes after submitting the feedback which appears on the right bottom corner of the translation box. In the next step, a form will appear. In this form, choose the option ‘This translation is wrong’.