If you are travelling to India and planning to stay for a longer period like a month or more for volunteering, classes, workshops etc, knowing Hindi numbers would be of great help to you in your day to day life. It is not unheard of that many times foreigners are ripped off their money as the vendors don’t pay back the balance. Hence, it becomes very important to know your numbers right so that there is no confusion.
If you know how much the person owes you, you can be persistent about it.
Don’t worry, you don’t need to remember every single Hindi number from 100 to 1000.
Just 100, 150, 200 and so on would do.
These are quite easy to memorise if you already know the Hindi numbers from 1 to 100. Just the combination of these numbers would make the next numbers.
So, in this post you will learn numbers from 100 to 1000.
In the post, HINDI NUMBERS 1 TO 100 – learn the fun way, I have included Hindi numbers from 1 to 100 in Devanagari Lipi which is the Hindi script accompanied by Romanized pronunciation (ie: ek, do, teen…) in both numerals, Westernised Arabic numbers as well as Hindi numerals.
Now as you have already got familiar with Hindi numbers from 1 to 100, it’s time to move ahead and learn some more.
Here’s Hindi numbers from 1 to 100. I wanted to give you a little more here. . So here’s Hindi numbers from 100 to 1000 in units of 50.
Hindi numbers 100 to 1000
100 – Ek sau / एक सौ
150 – Ek sau pachaas or Ded sau / डेढ़ सौ
200 – Do sau / दो सौ
250 – Do sau pachaas or dhai sau ढाई सौ
300 – Teen sau / तीन सौ
350 – Teen sau pachaas / तीन सौ पचास
400 – Char sau / चार सौ
450 – Char sau pachaas / चार सौ पचास
500 – Panch sau / पाँच सौ
550 – Panch sau pachaas / पाँच सौ पचास
600 – Chhah sau / छह सौ
650 – chhah sau pachaas / छह सौ पचास
700 – Saat sau / सात सौ
750 – Saat sau pachaas / सात सौ पचास
800 – Aath sau / आठ सौ
850 – Aath sau pachaas / आठ सौ पचास
900 – Nau sau / नौ सौ
950 – Nau sau pachass / नौ सौ पचास
1000 – Ek hazaar / एक हज़ार
Knowing Hindi numbers would be very helpful to you because often while making a payment for shopping, fare, room rent etc, the locals might not know English numbers.
Many local vendors, shopkeepers etc still use Hindi numbers while communicating.
The local currency notes that you use there would go above 100 like 200, 500 and 2000. Prices of stuff like clothing, bags, footwear etc would also be above 100.