Guys do you know what are numbers? Numbers are very powerful things in mathematics. if I say in simple terms, numbers are mathematical objects that are used to count, measure and weigh anything. without using numbers, we can’t count, measure and weigh anything.

Actually, we use the number again and again in our daily life. For example, you tell your sister to bring 1 glass water, you see the time and If someone asks today’s date to you then sure you will use the number to tell the date.

Even though numbers are just mathematical objects, it is also true that it is difficult to imagine life without its use.

Numbers are written differently in different languages, but the most popular are **English counting** and **Hindi counting**. English is the language spoken in all countries, so English counting is known by most people, but very few people know** Hindi counting (number in Hindi)**.

Are you a student Or something else? No matter what you are, and what you do, but if you do not know about **counting in Hindi**, **counting in English**, then it is wrong for you. But don’t panic because here I am going to share with you **Counting in Hindi** (**Hindi Numbers**), **Numbers names in Hindi**, **counting from 1 to 100 in Hindi**. So to learn about it, let’s get started.

## Counting In Hindi | Hindi Numbers Counting From 1 To 100

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Numbers In English | Numbers In Hindi | |||
---|---|---|---|---|

Devnagri | Roman | |||

0 | Zero | 0 | शून्य | Sunya |

1 | one | 1 | एक | Ek |

2 | Two | 2 | दो | Do |

3 | Three | 3 | तीन | Teen |

4 | Four | 4 | चार | Char |

5 | Five | 5 | पांच | Panch |

6 | Six | 6 | छह | Chhah |

7 | Seven | 7 | सात | Saat |

8 | Eight | 8 | आठ | Aath |

9 | Nine | 9 | नौ | Nau |

10 | Ten | 10 | दश | Dash |

11 | Eleven | 11 | ग्यारह | Gyarah |

12 | Twelve | 12 | बारह | Barah |

13 | Thirteen | 13 | तेरह | Terah |

14 | Fourteen | 14 | चौदह | Chaudah |

15 | Fifteen | 15 | पंद्रह | Pandrah |

16 | Sixteen | 16 | सोलह | Solah |

17 | Seventeen | 17 | सत्रह | Satrah |

18 | Eighteen | 18 | अठारह | Atharah |

19 | Nineteen | 19 | उन्नीस | Unnis |

20 | Twenty | 20 | बीस | Bis |

21 | Twenty One | 21 | इक्कीस | Ekkis |

22 | Twenty Two | 22 | बाईस | Bais |

23 | Twenty Three | 23 | तेइस | Teis |

24 | Twenty Four | 24 | चौबीस | Chaubis |

25 | Twenty Five | 25 | पच्चीस | Pachis |

26 | Twenty Six | 26 | छब्बीस | Chhabis |

27 | Twenty Seven | 27 | सत्ताइस | Sattais |

28 | Twenty Eight | 28 | अठ्ठाइस | Athais |

29 | Twenty Nine | 29 | उनतीस | Untis |

30 | Thirty | 30 | तीस | Tees |

31 | Thirty One | 31 | एकतीस | Ektis |

32 | Thirty Two | 32 | बतीस | Batis |

33 | Thirty Three | 33 | तेंतीस | Tentis |

34 | Thirty Four | 34 | चौतीस | Chautis |

35 | Thirty Five | 35 | पैतीस | Paitis |

36 | Thirty six | 36 | छतीस | Chhatis |

37 | Thirty Seven | 37 | सैंतीस | Saitis |

38 | Thirty Eight | 38 | अड़तीस | Adtis |

39 | Thirty Nine | 39 | उनतालीस | Untalis |

40 | Forty | 40 | चालीस | Chalis |

41 | Forty One | 41 | इकतालीस | Ektalis |

42 | Forty Two | 42 | बयालीस | Bayalis |

43 | Forty Three | 43 | तेंतालीस | Tentalis |

44 | Forty Four | 44 | चौवालिस | Chauwalis |

45 | Forty Five | 45 | पेंतालिस | Pentalis |

46 | Forty Six | 46 | छेयालिस | Chayalis |

47 | Forty Seven | 47 | सेंतालिस | Sentalis |

48 | Forty Eight | 48 | अड़तालीस | Adtalis |

49 | Forty Nine | 49 | उनचास | Unchas |

50 | Fifty | 50 | पच्चास | Pachas |

51 | Fifty One | 51 | इक्यावन | Ekyawan |

52 | Fifty Two | 52 | बावन | Bawan |

53 | Fifty Three | 53 | तिरपन | Tirpan |

54 | Fifty Four | 54 | चौवन | Chauwan |

55 | Fifty Five | 55 | पचपन | Pachpan |

56 | Fifty Six | 56 | छपन | Chhapan |

57 | Fifty Seven | 57 | संतावन | Santawan |

58 | Fifty Eight | 58 | अनठावन | Anthwan |

59 | Fifty Nine | 59 | उनसठ | Unsath |

60 | Sixty | 60 | साठ | Sath |

61 | Sixty One | 61 | इकसठ | Eksath |

62 | Sixty Two | 62 | बासठ | Basath |

63 | Sixty Three | 63 | तिरसठ | Tirsath |

64 | Sixty Four | 64 | चौसठ | Chausath |

65 | Sixty Five | 65 | पैंसठ | Pensath |

66 | Sixty Six | 66 | छेयासठ | Chheyasath |

67 | Sixty Seven | 67 | सरसठ | Sarsath |

68 | Sixty Eight | 68 | अडसठ | Adsath |

69 | Sixty Nine | 69 | उनहतर | Unhatar |

70 | Seventy | 70 | सतर | Satar |

71 | Seventy One | 71 | एकहतर | Ekhatar |

72 | Seventy Two | 72 | बहतर | Bahatar |

73 | Seventy Three | 73 | तिहतर | Tihatar |

74 | Seventy Four | 74 | चौहतर | Chauhatar |

75 | Seventy Five | 75 | पचहतर | Pachhatar |

76 | Seventy Six | 76 | छिहतर | Chhihatar |

77 | Seventy Seven | 77 | सतहतर | Sathatar |

78 | Seventy Eight | 78 | अठहतर | Athhatar |

79 | Seventy Nine | 79 | उन्नासी | Unnasi |

80 | Eighty | 80 | अस्सी | Assi |

81 | Eighty One | 81 | एकासी | Ekasi |

82 | Eighty Two | 82 | बयासी | Bayasi |

83 | Eighty Three | 83 | तिरासी | Tirasi |

84 | Eighty Four | 84 | चौरासी | Chaurasi |

85 | Eighty Five | 85 | पिचासी | Pichasi |

86 | Eighty Six | 86 | छयासी | Chhayasi |

87 | Eighty Seven | 87 | सतासी | Satasi |

88 | Eighty Eight | 88 | अठासी | Athasi |

89 | Eighty Nine | 89 | नवासी | Nwasi |

90 | Ninety | 90 | नब्बे | Nabbe |

91 | Ninety | 91 | एकानबे | Ekanwe |

92 | Ninety | 92 | बानवे | Banwe |

93 | Ninety | 93 | तिरानवे | Tiranwe |

94 | Ninety | 94 | चौरानवे | Chauranwe |

95 | Ninety | 95 | पंचानवे | Panchanwe |

96 | Ninety | 96 | छियानवे | Chhiyanwe |

97 | Ninety | 97 | संतानवे | Santanwe |

98 | Ninety | 98 | अनठावे | Anthanwe |

99 | Ninety | 99 | निनानवे | Ninanwe |

100 | Hundred | 100 | सौ | Sau |

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So this was the complete l**ist of Hindi numbers** or** Hindi counting**. Here we wrote **numbers from 0 to 100 in English and Hindi** both languages.

But we know that the numbers are up to infinite and here we have only written the count from 0 to 100. So the question is, how are the numbers after 100 counted? So let’s know about this.

No matter how big a number it is, it is formed using the number from 0 to 9. This means that Whether it is a large number or a small number, it contains only numbers from 0 to 9.

And if you know counting from 0 to 100 as I have taught you above, counting after 100 is also quite easy. You just have to write its Hindi meaning in place of English, for example, if you want to write 105 (One hundred five) in Hindi, then you will write like this- एक सौ पांच.

Because Hindi of one hundred is “एक सौ” and Hindi of five is “पांच”, so we wrote Hindi of 105 as follows-

If you have good knowledge of counting from 0 to 100 then you can easily write or learn counting after 100 because all numbers are the same as English numbers. Let’s learn **Counting from 100 to 200** or **numbers in English and Hindi from 100 to 200** so that you could better understand it.

## Counting In Hindi-English From 100 to 200 | Numbers In English-Hindi

** Note **– Here I have written random numbers from 100 to 200, this is because you could understand the concept of counting by taking less time.

Numbers In English | Numbers In Hindi | ||
---|---|---|---|

Devnagri | Roman | ||

100 | One Hundred | एक सौ | Ek sau |

101 | One Hundred One | एक सौ एक | Ek sau ek |

102 | One Hundred Two | एक सौ दो | Ek sau do |

103 | One Hundred Three | एक सौ तीन | Ek sau teen |

104 | One Hundred Four | एक सौ चार | Ek sau char |

105 | One Hundred Five | एक सौ पांच | Ek sau panch |

106 | One Hundred Six | एक सौ छे | Ek sau chhhe |

107 | One Hundred Seven | एक सौ सात | Ek sau saat |

108 | One Hundred Eight | एक सौ आठ | Ek sau aath |

109 | One Hundred Nine | एक सौ नौ | Ek sau nau |

110 | One Hundred Ten | एक सौ दस | Ek sau dash |

111 | One Hundred Eleven | एक सौ ग्यारह | Ek sau gyarah |

112 | One Hundred Twelve | एक सौ बारह | Ek sau barah |

113 | One Hundred Thirteen | एक सौ तेरह | Ek sau terah |

114 | One Hundred Fourteen | एक सौ चौदह | Ek sau chaudah |

115 | One Hundred Fifteen | एक सौ पन्द्रह | Ek sau pandrah |

116 | One Hundred Sixteen | एक सौ सोलह | Ek sau solah |

117 | One Hundred Seventeen | एक सौ सत्रह | Ek sau satrah |

118 | One Hundred Eighteen | एक सौ अठारह | Ek sau atharah |

119 | One Hundred Nineteen | एक सौ उन्नीस | Ek sau unnis |

120 | One Hundred Twenty | एक सौ बीस | Ek sau bis |

121 | One Hundred Twenty One | एक सौ इक्कीस | Ek sau ekkis |

122 | One Hundred Twenty Two | एक सौ बाइस | Ek sau baes |

127 | One Hundred Twenty Seven | एक सौ सताइस | Ek sau satais |

130 | One Hundred Thirty | एक सौ तीन | Ek sau tees |

138 | One Hundred Thirty Eight | एक सौ अड़तीस | Ek sau adtis |

139 | One Hundred Thirty Nine | एक सौ उनचालीस | Ek sau unchalis |

145 | One Hundred Forty Five | एक सौ पैंतालिस | Ek sau untalish |

149 | One Hundred Forty Nine | एक सौ उनचास | Ek sau unchas |

156 | One Hundred Fifty Six | एक सौ छपन | Ek sau chhapan |

159 | One Hundred Fifty Nine | एक सौ उनसठ | Ek sau unsath |

163 | One Hundred Sixty Three | एक सौ तिरसठ | Ek sau tirsath |

169 | One Hundred Sixty Nine | एक सौ उनहतर | Ek sau unhatar |

172 | One Hundred Seventy Two | एक सौ बहतर | Ek sau bahatar |

177 | One Hundred Seventy Seven | एक सौ सतहतर | Ek sau sathatar |

185 | One Hundred Eighty Five | एक सौ पचाशी | Ek sau pachasi |

189 | One Hundred Eighty Nine | एक सौ नवासी | Ek sau nwasi |

190 | One Hundred Ninty | एक सौ नबे | Ek sau nabe |

193 | One Hundred Ninty Three | एक सौ तिरानवे | Ek sau tiranwe |

195 | One Hundred Ninty Five | एक सौ पिचानवे | Ek sau pichanwe |

198 | One Hundred Ninty Eight | एक सौ अनठावे | Ek sau anthanwe |

200 | Two Hundred | दो सौ | Do sau |

Once you have learned the counting from 0 to 100 then assume that about 80% you have also learned counting after 100. I am telling this because counting after 100 is something logical and we use numbers from 1 to 100 for counting.

But for this, you should have knowledge of higher-order numbers. Are you confused? just look at given meaning you will understand what I mean.

- 100 (Hundred) – सौ
- 1000 (Thousand) – हजार
- 100000 (Lac) – लाख
- 10000000 (Crore) – करोड़
- 1000000000 (Billion) – अरब

Now if you memorized everything I have mentioned above then you are ready to learn “counting in Hindi” after number 100. For this, there is a rule we can follow so that our counting process becomes easier.

### Rules For Counting (गिनती के नियम)

For nomenclature of all the numbers between 100 to 1000000 in Hindi, we use terms hundred (सौ), Thousand (हजार), and Lac (लाख) according to the requirement of numbers. Along with this, we use Hindi numbers from 0 to 100 if required.

Our first step of counting a number in Hindi is, break the number in its constituents (घटक) assigning basic required peripherals (100, 1000, 100000, etc) along with their multiplicative order according to its position in the number.

If you pay attention to the given example, you will better understand it.

Suppose you have a number 48565 to count in Hindi. So according to the rule that I have mentioned above, we will first break the number mathematically as follow-

48565 = 48×1000+5×100+65

** Step 1.** As the number is 48565 = 48×1000+5×100+65 so, here the most left part number is 48 so we write 48 first (You have to pay attention to the broken number, not on the original or main number). But we have to write this number in Hindi so we will write “अड़तालीस (Adtalis)” because Hindi of number 48 (forty eight) is अड़तालीस. You can see this in the above table of Hindi number counting from 0 to 100.

48 – अड़तालीस (Adtalis)

** Step 2.** After 48, we have 1000 (thousand) and Hindi meaning of thousand is “हजार (Hajar)” So we write it after 48 as-

48×1000 – अड़तालीस हजार

** Step 3.** After this, we have 5 which is multiplied by 100. Hindi meaning of five is “पांच (Panch)” and Hindi meaning of 100 is “100 (सौ)”. SO we will write it “पांच सौ (panch sau)”. This is just like we have written 48 hjar above.

** Step 3. **48×1000+5×100 – अड़तालीस हजार पांच सौ

Now we have the last number left which is 65. according to the Hindi number counting, Hindi meaning of 65 is पैसठ (Paisath) So finally, we will write 48565 in Hindi as-

48×1000+5×100+65 – अड़तालीस हजार पांच सौ पैसठ (Adtalis Hajar Panch Sau Paisath)

**Or**

48565 – अड़तालीस हजार पांच सौ पैसठ (Adtalis Hajar Panch Sau Paisath)

But guys if you have good knowledge of counting in English then you can easily write Hindi of any number and for this, you need knowledge of Hindi counting from 0 to 100 and along with this Hindi meaning of higher number (i.e. thousand, lac, crore). I have already told you about it above.

Now the question is how you can do that without using the rule? Have a look at this example-

Suppose you want to write 52381 in Hindi. So first we write it in words as-

52381 – Fifty two thousand three hundred eighty one.

we know all words Hindi meaning as-

- Fifty two – बावन (Bawan)
- Thousand – हजार (Hjar)
- Three – तीन (Teen)
- Hundred – सौ (Sau)
- Eighty One – एकासी (Ekasi)

In the end, you just have to write all the words in one place in the listed way. Like this-

52381 – बावन हजार तीन सौ एकासी (Bawan hjar teen sau ekasi)

So, guys, this is how you can write counting in Hindi. here I have shared two methods to you, in the first method you can use a simple rule to write the number in Hindi and in the second method you can easily do it without using the rule.

Now let’s see more examples so you can understand it better.

#### Counting after 100 (100 के बाद की गिनती)

Here we write the number in English after we will write Hindi of that number by using break rule

101

101 = 1×100+1 = एक सौ एक (Ek sau ek)

102

102 = 1×100+2 = एक सौ दो (Ek sau do)

103

103 = 1×100+3 = एक सौ तीन (Ek sau teen)

105

105 = 1×100+5 = एक सौ पांच (Ek sau panch)

135

135 = 1×100+35 = एक सौ पैंतीस (Ek sau pentis)

194

194 = 1×100+94 = एक सौ चौरानवे (Ek sau chauranwe)

201

201 = 2×100+1 = दो सौ एक (Do sau ek)

214

214 = 2×100+14 = दो सौ चौदह (Do sau chaudah)

270

270 = 2×100+70 = दो सौ सतर (Do sau satar)

299

299 = 2×100+99 = दो सौ निनानवे (Do sau ninanwe)

720

720 = 7×100+20 = सात सौ बीस (saat sau bis)

792

792 = 7×100+92 = सात सौ बानवे (Sat sau banwe)

850

850 = 8×100+50 = आठ सौ पचास (Aath sau pachas)

932

932 = 9×100+32 = नौ सौ बत्तीस (Nau sau battis)

990

990 = 9×100+90 = नौ सौ नब्बे (Nau sau nabbe)

#### Counting after 1000 (1000 के बाद की गिनती)

Now let’s see how we can write counting in hindi after 1000 and how we can break any number to write in Hindi.

1025

1025 = 1×1000+25 = एक हजार पच्चीस (Ek hajar pachis)

1150

1150 = 1×1000+1×100+50 = एक हजार एक सौ पच्चास (Ek hajar ek sau pachas)

4285

4285 = 4×1000+2×100+85 = चार हजार दो सौ पच्चासी (Char hajar do sau pachasi)

7936

7936 = 7×1000+9×100+36 = सात हजार नौ सौ छतीस (Saat hajar nau sau chhatis)

15298

15298 = 15×1000+2×100+98 = पंद्रह हजार दो सौ अनठावे (Pandrah hajar do sau anthanwe)

21775

21775 = 21×1000+7×100+75 = इक्कीस हजार सात सौ पचहतर (Ekkis hajar sat sau pachhatar)

From 1000 to 99,999 we can write numbers in Hindi using same method, but when numbers are in lac then we can write in Hindi as-

#### Counting after 100000 (100000 के बाद की गिनती)

125382

125382 = 1×100000+25×1000+3×100+82 = एक लाख पच्चीस हजार तीन सौ बेयासी (Ek lakh pachis hajar teen sau bayasi)

103256

103256 = 1×100000+0+3×1000+2×100+56 = एक लाख तीन हजार दो सौ छपन (Ek lakh teen hajar do sau chhapan)

1285945

1285945 = 12×100000+85×1000+9×100+45 = बारह लाख पच्चासी हजार नौ सौ पेंतालिस (Barah lakh pachashi hajar nau sau pentalish)

So guys, in the same way we can write hindi number of numbers from 100000 to 9999999. here we have read almost all numbers counting in Hindi and English. I have shared method of counting by which you can write any number in Hindi.

##### Conclusion

Dear readers, this was the complete information about **number counting in Hindi-English**,** Number in Hindi**, **Hindi counting**, **Number name in Hindi**. Because we use numbers to count anything and in our daily life we use numbers many times so we must have complete information about **counting**.

Guys here we have read about **Hindi counting**, **English counting (गिनती हिंदी में**), **1 to 100 number counting, 1 to 1000, 1 to 100000 counting** and method or rule of Hindi numbers counting with example.