Sanskrit Counting / easy to learn-1000 To Shank counting

Sanskrit Counting ~1000 To Shank /Hindi/Devanagari/Eng.

In this article, we learn counting in the numbers in Sanskrit counting 1000 to Shankh We also try to learn more and MAX.counting number series.

  Our main intent is to provide these numbers so that it could help people who are highly aggressive in learning the Sanskrit language living in India or out of India.

We should also be aware too 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. The Sanskrit language is considered the oldest language in the world. Indians consider it to be a direct language or eloquent language directly from the mouth of God, hence it is also called Devbhasha


The word ‘Sanskrit’ is formed in the form of ‘sam + sut + kr + kat’. It means ‘Sanskrit language from the nature of nature. On this page “Count in Sanskrit” is written,  which will prove very useful from your examination point of view. You are sharing the article with your friends if you like.

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.

Numbers in Sanskrit counting “1000 To 9999”

Counting In: Thousands

Numbers HindiSanskrit WordsDevanagariEnglish
1000सहस्त्रं१०००Thousand
2000द्विस्हत्रं२०००Two-Thousand
3000त्रिस्हत्रं३०००Three-Thousand
4000चतुरस्हत्रं४०००Four-Thousand
5000पञ्चस्हत्रं५०००Five-Thousand
6000षष्टिस्हत्रं६०००Six-Thousand
7000सप्तस्हत्रं७०००Seven-Thousand
8000अष्टिस्हत्रं८०००Eight-Thousand
9000नवतिस्हत्रं९०००Nine- Thousand
9999नवनवतिस्हत्रं९९९९Nine-Ninety-nine
 

Example for Thousands :

In Thousands of series “स्हत्रं “is a main pronuncial common word, so noted that all the words. signifying the numbers Thousands of similar things can also be noticed about the words 


pronounce the set of Two-Thousand to Nine-Ninety-nine and all the first to the ninth words to end then this cycle repeated. Like:” Two-Thousand as well “द्वि स्हत्रं” to Nine-Hundred “नवनवतिस्हत्रं”.

Numbers in Sanskrit counting “1000, s To Crores”

Counting In: Above Thousand

Numbers HindiSanskrit WordsDevanagariEnglish
10,000दसस्हत्रं१००००Ten-Thousand
20,000बिन्श्त्स्हत्रं२००००Twenty-Thousand
30,000त्रिंसतस्हत्रं३००००Thirty-Thousand
1,00,000शत्स्हत्रं, लक्षं१०००००One Lakh
2,00,000द्विशत्स्हत्रं२०००००Two Lakh
3,00,000त्रिंशत्स्हत्रं३०००००Three Lakh
10,00,000प्रयूता, नियूता१००००००Ten Lakh
1,00,00,000कोटि, क्रोर्१०००००००One Crore
10,00,00,000अर्बुदा, न्यर्बुदा१००००००००Ten Crore

Example for Above Thousands :

Above Thousands in series of Lakhs, there are added “शत्स्हत्रं “is main pronuncial 

common word, so noted that all the words signifying the numbers Thousands + Lakhs

a similar thing can also be noticed about the words pronounce the set of One-Lakh to Nine

Lakh-Nine-Ninety-nine and all the first to the ninth word to end then this cycle repeated. Like:” 
One- Lakh as well “शत्स्हत्रं” to Ten-Lakhs as well “प्रयूता”.

Numbers in Sanskrit counting “Arav To Shankh”

Counting In: From Billion and above

Numbers HindiSanskrit WordsDevanagariEnglish
1,00,00,00,000अब्जा, शतकोटि, निखार्वा, बद्वा१०००००००००One Arav
10,00,00,00,000खर्वा१००००००००००Ten Arav
1,00,00,00,00,000निखार्वा, अक्शित१०००००००००००Kharab
10,00,00,00,00,000महापद्म, अन्त्या, अन्त्यम्१००००००००००००Ten kharab
1,00,00,00,00,00,000श.नकु१०००००००००००००Neel
10,00,00,00,00,00,000जलाधि१००००००००००००००Ten Neel
1,00,00,00,00,00,00,000अन्त्या१०००००००००००००००Padam
10,00,00,00,00,00,00,000मध्या१००००००००००००००००Maha Padam
1,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,000परार्धा१०००००००००००००००००Shankh

 Example for Above Arav :  

Above Arav in series of One Arav, there are added “अब्जा, शतकोटि, निखार्वा, बद्वा“are 
all words have a self-pronuncial word so noted that all the words signifying the numbers 
One Arav as pronouncing” शतकोटि” toShankhas pronounce “परार्धा”

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

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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