Though semantic data models have become mainstream and gained popularity, they largely handle only textual data, and that only in English. Language-independent preservation of semantics and context related to a domain is required to attain equal status for all languages. Through this we can overcome national barriers which come from variations in languages. This will also facilitate cross-lingual access of information. This chapter discusses the motivation of multilingualism and multimodality and presents and exemplifies the ways through which they can be achieved in semantically enriched knowledge. Different use cases to access and manage this setup are also presented.