**Sanskrit numbers 1-100**

With the popular demand of our readers, we have ventured to provide Sanskrit counting from 1-100 in Hindi, English and numerals.

It’s quite easy if you understand Hindi–learning the Sanskrit numbers and counting becomes piece of cake.

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 similar to their Hindi counterpart.

Our main intention is to provide these numbers so that it could help people who are learning Sanskrit language living in India or abroad.

We hope that the demands of our readers have been met now.

English |
Numerals |
Sanskrit |

One | १ | एकः |

Two | २ | द्वौ |

Three | ३ | त्रयः |

Four | ४ | चत्वारः |

Five | ५ | पञ्च |

Six | ६ | षट् |

Seven | ७ | सप्त |

Eight | ८ | अष्ट |

Nine | ९ | नव |

Ten | १॰ | दश |

Eleven | ११ | एकादशन् |

Twelve | १२ | द्वादशन् |

Thirteen | १३ | त्रयोदशन् |

Fourteen | १४ | चतुर्दशन् |

Fifteen | १५ | पञ्चदशन् |

Sixteen | १६ | षोडशन् |

Seventeen | १७ | सप्तदशन् |

Eighteen | १८ | अष्टादशन् |

Nineteen | १९ | नवदशन्, एकोनविंशति, ऊनविंशति, एकान्नविंशति |

Twenty | २॰ | विंशति |

Twenty-one | २१ | एकाविंशति |

Twenty-two | २२ | द्वाविंशति |

Twenty-three | २३ | त्रयोविंशति |

Twenty-four | २४ | चतुर्विंशति |

Twenty-five | २५ | पञ्चविंशति |

Twenty-six | २६ | षड्विंशति |

Twenty-seven | २७ | सप्तविंशति |

Twenty-eight | २८ | अष्टाविंशति |

Twenty-nine | २९ | नवविंशति, एकोनात्रिंशत्, ऊनत्रिंशत्, एकान्नत्रिंशत् |

Thirty | ३॰ | त्रिंशत् |

Thirty-one | ३१ | एकत्रिंशत् |

Thirty-two | ३२ | द्वात्रिंशत् |

Thirty-three | ३३ | त्रयत्रिंशत् |

Thirty-four | ३४ | चतुस्त्रिंशत् |

Thirty-five | ३५ | पञ्चत्रिंशत् |

Thirty-six | ३६ | षट्त्रिंशत् |

Thirty-seven | ३७ | सप्तत्रिंशत् |

Thirty-eight | ३८ | अष्टात्रिंशत् |

Thirty-nine | ३९ | एकोनचत्वारिंशत् |

Forty | ४॰ | चत्वारिंशत् |

Forty-one | ४१ | एकचत्वारिंशत् |

Forty-two | ४२ | द्विचत्वारिंशत्, द्वाचत्वारिंशत् |

Forty-three | ४३ | त्रिचत्वारिंशत्, त्रयश्चत्वारिंशत् |

Forty-four | ४४ | चतुश्चत्वारिंशत् |

Forty-five | ४५ | पञ्चचत्वारिंशत् |

Forty-six | ४६ | षट्चत्वारिंशत् |

Forty-seven | ४७ | सप्तचत्वारिंशत् |

Forty-eight | ४८ | अष्टचत्वारिंशत्, अष्टाचत्वारिंशत् |

Forty-nine | ४९ | एकोनपञ्चाशत् |

Fifty | ५॰ | पञ्चाशत् |

Fifty-one | ५१ | एकपञ्चाशत् |

Fifty-two | ५२ | द्विपञ्चाशत् |

Fifty-three | ५३ | त्रिपञ्चाशत् |

Fifty-four | ५४ | चतुःपञ्चाशत् |

Fifty-five | ५५ | पञ्चपञ्चाशत् |

Fifty-six | ५६ | षट्पञ्चाशत् |

Fifty-seven | ५७ | सप्तपञ्चाशत् |

Fifty-eight | ५८ | अष्टपञ्चाशत् |

Fifty-nine | ५९ | एकोनषष्ठिः |

Sixty | ६॰ | षष्ठिः |

Sixty-one | ६१ | एकषष्ठिः |

Sixty-two | ६२ | द्विषष्ठिः |

Sixty-three | ६३ | त्रिषष्ठिः |

Sixty-four | ६४ | चतुःषष्ठिः |

Sixty-five | ६५ | पञ्चषष्ठिः |

Sixty-six | ६६ | षट्षष्ठिः |

Sixty-seven | ६७ | सप्तषष्ठिः |

Sixty-eight | ६८ | अष्टषष्ठिः |

Sixty-nine | ६९ | एकोनसप्ततिः |

Seventy | ७॰ | सप्ततिः |

Seventy-one | ७१ | एकसप्ततिः |

Seventy-two | ७२ | द्विसप्ततिः |

Seventy-three | ७३ | त्रिसप्ततिः |

Seventy-four | ७४ | चतुःसप्ततिः |

Seventy-five | ७५ | पञ्चसप्ततिः |

Seventy-six | ७६ | षट्सप्ततिः |

Seventy-seven | ७७ | सप्तसप्ततिः |

Seventy-eight | ७८ | अष्टसप्ततिः |

Seventy-nine | ७९ | एकोनाशीतिः |

Eighty | ८॰ | अशीतिः |

Eighty-one | ८१ | एकाशीतिः |

Eighty-two | ८२ | द्वशीतिः |

Eighty-three | ८३ | त्र्यशीतिः |

Eighty-four | ८४ | चतुरशीतिः |

Eighty-five | ८५ | पञ्चाशीतिः |

Eighty-six | ८६ | षडशीतिः |

Eighty-seven | ८७ | सप्ताशीतिः |

Eighty-eight | ८८ | अष्टाशीतिः |

Eighty-nine | ८९ | एकोननवतिः |

Ninety | ९॰ | नवतिः |

Ninety-one | ९१ | एकनवतिः |

Ninety-two | ९२ | द्विनवतिः |

Ninety-three | ९३ | त्रिनवतिः |

Ninety-four | ९४ | चतुर्नवतिः |

Ninety-five | ९५ | पञ्चनवतिः |

Ninety-six | ९६ | षण्णवतिः |

Ninety-seven | ९७ | सप्तनवतिः |

Ninety-eight | ९८ | अष्टनवतिः |

Ninety-Nine | ९९ | एकोनशतम् |

Hundred | १॰॰ | शतम् |

## 73 thoughts on “Sanskrit Counting 1 to 100”

Your sm spells r wrong. Correct them

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Can you point which one are incorrect. Will be very helpful. Thanks!

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You are welcome, Vedant!

Many of these numbers are quite wrong. Please understand, learning Sanskrit numbers are simple, many people over-complicate things. The following is all you need to know practically speaking:

-memorize single-digits: 0-9 (sUnya, eka, dvi, tri, catur, pa~nca, SAS, sapta, aSTa, nava) and the double-digits: 10 (dasha), 20 (vi.nshati), 30 (tri.nshat), 40 (catvAri.nshat), 50 (pa~ncAshat), 60 (SaSTi), 70 (saptati), 80 (aSIti), 90 (navati)

-for 11-99 concatenate the single-digits first with double-digits second using external sandhi rules THERE IS NO NEED TO MEMORIZE ALL 100 NUMBERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

-remember the following simple rules:

2 – dvi becomes dvA, tri becomes trayah and aSTa becomes aSTA

-remember 5 irregularities:

11 – ekAdasha vs expected ekadasha, 16 SoDasha vs expected SaDdasha, 82 – dvyashIti vs expected dvAshIti, 83 – tryashIti vs expected trayo’shIti, 96 – SaNNavati vs expected SaNnavati

If you REALLY want to count very technically, you MAY count the 0-5 in the neuter form (ekam, dve, trINi, catvAri) and state the tens in their nominative form (just add a visharga to the tens ending in ‘i’). However, this is unnecessary since doing number declension in Sanskrit is really overkill as PaNinian grammar allows numbers to be used without declining for case or gender if you compound them with the object they are trying to enumerate. i.e. Tridvipāḥ vs. Trayo dvipāḥ.

Trust me on this, I know Sandhi and Sanskrit grammar. My advice is don’t try to over-complicate things or you will fall into confusion very quickly with Sanskrit. All the best. 🙂

I don’t see in your comment where you mention which one is wrong. All you have mentioned is how to memorize it.

OK, I should have been clearer in my previous post; your listing of Sanskrit numbers is not “incorrect” but the list is somewhat “incomplete”.

You have provided several optional versions of certain numbers, but omitted some others; for example, you wrote dvi-, tri- and aSTa for 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, and 90s, but this can also be dvA-, trayaH- and aSTA-. For instance, 52 could be dvApa~ncAshat in addition to dvipa~ncAshat.

Also, I provided the rules to form the numbers 1-100 through the logic Sanskrit offers, rather than “memorize” them blindly.

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