Hindi Numbers
Hindi is the most widely spoken language in India. So Hindi numbers are important for Indian students. The use of language is not important but use of numbers are very important.
India is a country that gave various mathematical concepts to the world. Here, we are not focusing much on the concepts but on Hindinumbers.
The concept of decimal was invented in India and spread to Europe via Middle East countries. However, it did not avoid the changes that it underwent during its journey. Apart from the decimal system, India also gave numerous mathematical concept to the world, like geometry, trigonometry, the concept of zero etc.
We all know that mathematics is used in almost every field, be it architecture, astronomy, engineering etc. The presence of mathematics can be traced to the ruins of the Harappan Civilization or Indus Valley civlization, which were the epitome of planned cities. The first astronomical work involved Sun, and was called ‘Surya Siddhanta’ was done in fifth century. Brahmagupta one of the oldest mathematicians of India lived and worked in the astronomical center of Ujjain located at the center of India. Other famous and prominent mathematicians hailing from India are – Aryabhatta, Mahavira and Bhaskara. Hindu mathematics gained attention after Aryabhatta. Soon, in 1907, Indian Mathematical Society was founded followed by the Journal of the Indian Mathematical Society two years later in Chennai.
Hindi numbers are as follows :
Number

Reading 
Hindi numerals

0 
Shoonya 

1 
Ek 

2 
Do 

3 
Teen 

4 
Chaar 

5 
Paanch 

6 
Che 

7 
Saat 

8 
Aath 

9 
Nau 

10 
Dus 

11

Gyarah 

12 
baarah 

13 
Terah 

14 
Chauduh 

15 
Pundraah 

16 
Solaah 

17 
Satraah 

18 
Atharaah 

19 
Unneess 

20 
Bees 

100 
Sau 

1000 
Hazaar 

10000 
Dus Hazaar 

100000 
Ek Lakh 

From the above we can see that the numbers up to 20 are unique. In the remaining numbers each tenth number is different.The rest number is taken from the prefix of increased number with a base of preceding 10th number.
For example :
1) 31 > Ikat tis Here the base number is 30 (tis)
2) 32 > Bat tis again the base number is 30 (tis)
3) 61 > Ika sath Base number is 60 (sath)
If you know the numbers up to 100 the rest of the three digit number can be write easily.
For example:
1) 512 = 500 + 12
panchso bara
Hindi Numbers
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