An easy Way to Understand Hindi Numbers
Learn Hindi numbers from 1 to 100 in this colorful book. This book contains Hindi numbers from 1 to 100 for children and adults to learn. It's particularly easy if you want to travel to India.

Hindi, The Official Language Of India, Plus the Surprising Ease Of Its Numbering System

Hindi will be the official language of modern-day India. India, the nation itself, is one on the initially identified civilizations that was basically incorporated around 5,000 years ago. It eventually has about 22 distinct scheduled languages inside the Republic itself; with Hindi becoming the official language written in the script of Devanagari as of 1949.

As a result, the engulfing dialects and slang regarding the all round language of Hindi would look complex and lengthy to attempt to understand regarding one raised and versed in English. Nonetheless and surprisingly adequate, when one begins to investigation and discover it, it truly is not as well complicated conceptually to grasp overtime.

Such is the case of the number-system of Hindi.

With that, we look in the numbering system of 1 to 100 and when undertaking so, we are able to begin to discover a simple way to learn Hindi numbers. Get additional information and facts about Hindinumbers 1 to 100

Commonly speaking, numbers themselves constitute a rather universal language. Because the beginning of civilization itself numbers have been utilized to maintain track of retailers and supplies all over the world. As a result when studying them, one need to start to actually recognize a pattern over time regardless of the language.

As you undergo the sequence with the numbers 1 to one hundred, English speakers studying this can commence to understand some commonality inside the two languages, as parts of Hindi have basically been dispersed all through many regions among Euro-Asia for thousands of years and a few of this really is incorporated in to the English language at the same time; producing this a actually fascinating study linguistical history general.

Therefore, this really should be the case as we commence to discover the number system of 1 to one hundred, and from English to Hindi in translation per this supplied chart:

English - Hindi

One-Shuniye: (right here, you wish to note how the letter “I” seems in numbers with “one” inside them

Two-Ek

Three-Teen (the two letter ‘e’s collectively could be the very first of quite a few outstanding similarities to follow)

Four-Char (do not these two words rhyme nicely?)

Five-Panch (attempt to use “paw” as a memory device right here, as in 5 claws to a paw, just as an instance)

Six-Cheh

Seven-Saat (definitely close in similarity here)

Eight-Aath (you can see the two unique strains of language coming collectively in sync, here)

Nine-Nao (these two pronunciations are also close in sound)

Ten-Das (decimals come in measures of tenths; as this can be a different memory device right here)

Eleven-Gyaarah (right here we enter the “ah” portion with the numbering system, or the “teens”)

Twelve-Baahrah

Thirteen-Tehrah (the letter ‘t’ and two syllables for every single word helps as a memorization tool on this one)

Fourteen-Chaudah

Fifteen-Pandrah (“paw” allusion going back for the number five helps once again here)

Sixteen-Saulah (pretty close in sound with each other, these two words)

Seventeen-Satrah (Saturday will be the 7th day of the week in most Asian-European countries; a superb tool for memorization right here, fairly possibly)

Eighteen-Atharah (you'll be able to just about “hear” the number “eight” being pronounced in both words)

Nineteen-Unnis (now we enter the “is” portion with the numbers)

Twenty-Bees (not “is” on this one, but “twenty bees” is usually a excellent memorization tool right here)

Twenty One-Ikis

Twenty Two-Bais (try “twenty two ‘bees’ right here for memorization)

Twenty Three-Teis

Twenty Four-Chaubis

Twenty Five-Pachis (don't forget “paws” every single time the number five seems, ala, “paw- chis”)

Twenty Six-Chabis

Twenty Seven-Satais (“sat” is pretty much the number seven somewhere ingrained)

Twenty Eight-Athais (or “eight is” )

Twenty Nine-Unatis

Thirty-Tis

Thirty One-Ikatis

Thirty Two-Batis (you may make use of the word “both” to represent “pair” or “two” in numbers together with the two within them )

Thirty Three-Tentis

Thirty Four-Chautis (the pattern inside this set need to be starting to turn into familiar here)

Thirty Five-Pentis (“Paws” memory method comes about again)

Thirty Six-Chatis

Thirty Seven-Seitis (Saturday, the seventh day in the week, shows again on this number)

Thirty Eight-Adhtis (you are able to practically right here the number “eight” when once more here)

Thirty Nine-Untaalis

Forty-Chalis

Forty One-Iktalis (notice that the number ‘one’ plus the letter ‘I’ maintain appearing collectively)

Forty Two-Bykalis (each, or pair, or two, when again)

Forty Three-Tetalis (you'll be able to right here the number 3 within this number, as in thrice or trey)

Forty Four-Chavalis

Forty Five-Pentalis (“Paws” or the word “Pent” as in “Pent” or “Pentagram” )

Forty Six-Chyalis

Forty Seven-Setalis

Forty Eight-Adtalis

Forty Nine-Unachalis (recall the frequency of “un” annunciation in the ones with the number nine within)

Fifty-Pachas

Fifty One-Ikyavan

Fifty Two-Baavan

Fifty Three-Tirepan

Fifty Four-Chauvan

Fifty Five-Pachpan

Fifty Six-Chappan

Fifty Seven-Satavan (you may see how the patterns are coming into play here as we attain one more “seven” or “sata” or “end with the week” kind number together with the “an numbers)

Fifty Eight-Athaavan

Fifty Nine-Unsadh (we enter the “dh” lineup of your numbering system)

Sixty-Saadh (you have reached a different tenth of the numbering system when the syllables are much less then the other folks within the lineup)

Sixty One-Iksadh

Sixty Two-Baasad (the only one missing the “h” in this chain of numbers)

Sixty Three-Tirsadh

Sixty Four-Chausadh

Sixty Five-Pensadh

Sixty Six-Chiyasadh

Sixty Seven-Sadhsadh

Sixty Eight-Asdhsadh

Sixty Nine-Unahtar (we commence right here with the “tar” pronunciation on sequence within in this series)

Seventy-Sattar

Seventy One-Ikahtar

Seventy Two-Bahatar

Seventy Three-Tihatar

Seventy Four-Chauhatar

Seventy Five-Pachhatar

Seventy Six-Chiyahatar

Seventy Seven-Satahatar

Seventy Eight-Adhahatar

Seventy Nine-Unnasi (right here begins the “asi” sequence of numbering)

Eighty-Assi

Eighty One-Ikyasi

Eighty Two-Byaasi

Eighty Three-Tirasi

Eighty Four-Chaurasi

Eighty Five-Pachasi

Eighty Six-Chiyaasi

Eighty Seven-Sataasi

Eighty Eight-Athasi

Eighty Nine-Nauasi

Ninety-Nabbe (incredibly similar in pronunciation!)

Ninety One-Ikyaanave (now we head towards the “anave” portion of the sequence)

Ninety Two-Baanave

Ninety Three-Tiranave

Ninety Four-Chauraanave

Ninety Five-Pachaanave

Ninety Six-Chiyaanave

Ninety Seven-Sataanave

Ninety Eight-Adhaanave

Ninety Nine-Ninyaanave

And ultimately in the set:

One Hundred-Ek Sau

With some practice and rote, the Hindi numbering system will not seem all that daunting following all. Recognizing and capturing patterns and placing them into a memory-device mentally can certainly supply an easy way to discover Hindi Numbers.

To further examine these suggestions and tricks and how the numbers are also really written in Hindi.

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