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Counting in Hindi

This free audio lesson on counting in Hindi is essential stuff for your Hindi language survival kit! Want to go shopping? Tell someone the address where you’re staying or the number of house you’re visiting? Perhaps you want to know how old someone is, or how many children they have.

There are so many reasons to know how to count in Hindi, and the Rocket Hindi team are here to help. Starting with the basics, by the end of this lesson you’ll know how to count in Hindi. Let’s get started!

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Let's get counting in Hindi

Today you’re going to learn the numbers one through to twenty; how to say them as well as how to recognise them in written form. So grab a paper and pen for your own practice, and work your way through the list below.

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एक

eka

1

दो

do

2

तीन

tīna

3

चार

cāra

4

पाँच

pām̐ca

5

छह

chaha

6

सात

sāta

7

आठ

āṭha

8

नौ

nau

9

दस

dasa

Ten

ग्यारह

gyāraha

Eleven

बारह

bāraha

Twelve

तेरह

teraha

Thirteen

चौदह

caudaha

Fourteen

पन्द्रह

pandraha

Fifteen

सत्रह

satraha

Seventeen

अठारह

aṭhāraha

Eighteen

उन्नीस

unnīsa

Nineteen

बीस

bīsa

Twenty

How did you go? Can you count to twenty? Can you recognise the written numbers out of order?

Try writing the numbers in Hindi on separate pieces of paper and then make random selections to test yourself. You’ll be surprised how quickly you learn.

Here are a few recommended Hindi lessons to try next!

Until then,

फिर मिलेंगे (phir milenge),

Nikita Sharma: Rocket Hindi

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