ABCD.. in Hindi

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Hindi(हिन्दी) is an Indo-Aryan language with about 545 million speakers, 425 million of whom are native speakers. It is one of the official languages of India and is the main language used in the northern states of Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand and Bihar, and is spoken in much of north and central India alongside other languages such as Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi or Bengali. In other parts of India, as well as in Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan, Hindi is understood, and there is a significant number of Hindi speakers in South Africa, Mauritius, Fiji, Suriname, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago and Nepal. In Fiji people of Indian origin speak Hindi, and in some areas the Fijian people also speak it.

Devanāgarī alphabet for Hindi

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Numerals

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Hindi at a glance

  • Native name: हिन्दी (Hindī)
  • Linguistic affliation: Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan, Central Zone, Western Hindi, Hindustani, Khariboli
  • Number of speakers: 545 million
  • Spoken in: India, Nepal, Fiji, South Africa, Mauritius, Fiji, Suriname, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago and Nepal
  • First written: 4th century AD
  • Writing system: Devanāgarī script (देवनागरी), Brahmi script
  • Status: Official language and national language of the Federal Government of India; official language of Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand states.

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Hindi numbers (हिन्दी संख्याएँ)

Hindi numbers from 0 to 10 million with the numerals, the numbers written out in the Devanagari alphabet and transliterated.

Note that are units for very large numbers not found in English: लाख (lākh) = one hundred thousand, and करोड़ (karoṛ) = ten million. These units are also used in Indian English.

Numeral Number Transliteration
शून्य śūnya 0
एक ek 1
दो do 2
तीन tīn 3
चार chār 4
पाँच pāṅc 5
छह chaḥ 6
सात sāt 7
आठ āṭh 8
नौ nau 9
१० दस das 10
११ ग्यारह gyārah 11
१२ बारह bārah 12
१३ तेरह tērah 13
१४ चौदह caudah 14
१५ पन्द्रह paṃdrah 15
१६ सोलह solaha 16
१७ सत्रह satrah 17
१८ अठारह aṭṭhārah 18
१९ उन्नीस unnis 19
२० बीस bīs 20
२१ इक्कीस ikkīs 21
२२ बाईस bāīs 22
२३ तेईस tēīs 23
२४ चौबीस chaubīs 24
२५ पच्चीस paccīs 25
२६ छब्बीस chabbī 26
२७ सत्ताईस sattāīs 27
२८ अट्ठाईस aṭṭhāīs 28
२९ उनतीस unatīs 29
३० तीस tīs 30
३१ इकतीस ikatīs 31
३२ बत्तीस battīs 32
३३ तैंतीस taiṃtīs 33
३४ चौंतीस cauṃtīs 34
३५ पैंतीस paiṃtīs 35
३६ छत्तीस chattīs 36
३७ सैंतीस saiṃtīs 37
३८ अड़तीस aṛatīs 38
३९ उनतालीस unatālīs 39
४० चालीस cālīs 40
४१ इकतालीस ikatālīsa 41
४२ बयालीस bayālīsa 42
४३ तैंतालीस taiṃtālīsa 43
४४ चौंतालीस cauṃtālīsa 44
४५ पैंतालीस paiṃtālīsa 45
४६ छियालीस chiyālīsa 46
४७ सैंतालीस saiṃtālīsa 47
४८ अड़तालीस aṛatālīsa 48
४९ उनचास unacāsa 49
५० पचास pacāsa 50
५१ इक्याबन ikyābana 51
५२ बावन bāvana 52
५३ तिरेपन tirēpana 53
५४ चौबन caubana 54
५५ पचपन pacapana 55
५६ छप्पन chappana 56
५७ सत्तावन sattāvana 57
५८ अट्ठावन aṭṭhāvana 58
५९ उनसठ unasaṭha 59
६० साठ sāṭha 60
६१ इकसठ ikasaṭha 61
६२ बासठ bāsaṭha 62
६३ तिरसठ tirasaṭha 63
६४ चौंसठ cauṃsaṭha 64
६५ पैंसठ paiṃsaṭha 65
६६ छियासठ chiyāsaṭha 66
६७ सड़सठ saṛasaṭha 67
६८ अड़सठ aṛasaṭha 68
६९ उनहत्तर unahattara 69
७० सत्तर sattara 70
७१ इकहत्तर ikahattara 71
७२ बहत्तर bahattara 72
७३ तिहत्तर tihattara 73
७४ चौहत्तर cauhattara 74
७५ पचहत्तर pacahattara 75
७६ छिहत्तर chihattara 76
७७ सतहत्तर satahattara 77
७८ अठहत्तर aṭhahattara 78
७९ उनासी unāsī 79
८० अस्सी assī 80
८१ इक्यासी ikyāsī 81
८२ बयासी bayāsī 82
८३ तिरासी tirāsī 83
८४ चौरासी caurāsī 84
८५ पचासी pacāsī 85
८६ छियासी chiyāsī 86
८७ सतासी satāsī 87
८८ अठासी aṭhāsī 88
८९ नवासी navāsī 89
९० नब्बे nabbē 90
९१ इक्यानबे ikyānabē 91
९२ बानवे bānavē 92
९३ तिरानवे tirānavē 93
९४ चौरानवे caurānavē 94
९५ पचानवे pacānavē 95
९६ छियानवे chiyānavē 96
९७ सत्तानवे sattānavē 97
९८ अट्ठानवे aṭṭhānavē 98
९९ निन्यानवे ninyānavē 99
१०० सौ sau 100
१,००० हज़ार hazār 1,000
१,००,००० लाख lākh 100,000
(1 lakh)
१०,००,००० दस लाख das lākh 1 million
(10 lakh)
१००,००,००० करोड़ karoṛ 10 million
(1 crore)
१०,००,००,००० दस करोड़ das karoṛ 100 million
(10 crore)

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Hindi is the Primary Official Language of the Republic of India. It belongs to Indo-Aryan Language Family. It is a Standardised and Sanskritised Register (a variety of a language used for a particular purpose or in a particular social setting) of the Hindustani Language. It is amongst the 22 Official Languages of India. Hindi is the official language of Arunachal Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, and Delhi. Hindi is accorded the status of co-official language in certain states. Hindi is closely related to Urdu, which has also been derived from the Khari Boli Dialect. It is also known as Standard Hindi, Modern Standard Hindi, Manak Hindi, High Hindi, Nagari Hindi and Literary Hindi. Modern Hindi is mutually intelligible with the alternative register of the Urdu language. As per 2011 estimates of Ethnologue there are 550 million speakers of Hindi. Ethnologue is a web and print publication of SIL International, a Christian linguistic service organization, which studies lesser-known languages, primarily to provide the speakers with Bibles in their native language. But the number of native speakers of Standard Hindi is uncertain. As per the 2001 Indian census, 258 million people in India consider their native language to be ‘Hindi’, i.e. 41% of the Indian population speaks Hindi as its First language and more than 70% Indians can understand and speak Hindi to a certain level. Hindi is the lingua franca in many non-Hindi speaker states, such as the north eastern Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, and is second most spoken language after Bengali in Andaman Islands and north eastern states. It is to be noted that this figure includes large numbers of speakers of Hindi dialects besides Standard Hindi. Hindi is also understood and spoken in Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, some areas the Fiji, Guyana, Mauritius, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Western Europe, South Africa, USA etc.

Varieties or Dialects of Hindi

There is no fixed number Hindi Language Dialects, however as per Census of India 2001, there are 49 dialects of Hindi.

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