Sanskrit Counting 100 to 999 / Hindi/Devanagari/Eng. 

Our main intent is to provide these numbers so that it could help people who are highly aggressive to learning the Sanskrit language living in India or out of India.   We should also be all aware that there are more Sanskrit counting numbers that we use in our routine life because they are the counterpart of Hindi so much like here. And we hope that the required pits of our readers have been mostly met with Article.   Below is the list of Sanskrit Numbers and their pronunciations to help you to learn the Sanskrit language easily.

In this article, we learn counting in the numbers in Sanskrit counting from 100 to 999 We also trying to learn More and MAX. counting number series. 

Numbers in Sanskrit “100 To 999”

Numbers HindiSanskrit Words DevanagariEnglish
100शतम्१००Hundred
200 द्विशतम्२००Two-Hundred
300त्रिशतम्३००Three-Hundred
400चतुरशतम्४००Four-Hundred
500पञ्चाशतम्५०० Five-Hundred
600शतम्६००Six-Hundred
700सप्तशतम्७०० Seven-Hundred
800अष्टशतम्८००Eight-Hundred
900नवशतम्९००Nine- Hundred
999एकोननवतिशतम्९९९Nine-Ninety-nine

if you need to learn the counting above 1000,s click on the below link ;

Above 1000,s Series

It’s quite easy if you understand Hindi–learning the “Sanskrit counting” numbers and counting become very easy to learn.

For Example: In Hundreds of seriesशतम्is the main pronuncial word, so noted that all the words signifying the numbers Hundred to Nine-Ninety-nine will have the शतम्as main and final word listens as in pronounce.    A similar thing can also be noticed about the words pronounced the set of Two-Hundred to Nine-Hundred and all the first to the ninth word to end then this cycle repeated. Like:” Two-Hundred as well द्विशतम् to Nine-Hundred नवशतम्”

Conclusion: 

We shall again look at the inflections, it can be noticed that in any set of numbers, word initials are a repetition of the words used in numbers from one to ten and the words which occur word-finally are a repetition of the number from which that set begins.   It should also be noticed that there are lots of Sanskrit counting numbers that we use in our daily life because they are so much like their Hindi counterpart.

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