Devanagari/Numbers

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Below is the table of numbers as written in devanagari.

Devanagari
Cardinal 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Roman I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX

Numbers greater than 9 can be formed with the help of these first ten. For example—

  • 1 is written as
  • 2 is written as
  • 3 is written as

So 123 can be written as १२३.

Exercise[edit | edit source]

Exercise 1:Write the following in Cardinal Numbers.

  1. ४५
  2. १९०
  3. ४७८
  4. २५५
  5. ३६७१

Exercise 2: Write the following in Devanagari Numbers.

  1. 10
  2. 48
  3. 729
  4. 297
  5. 6530

Solutions[edit | edit source]

Exercise 1:Write the following in Cardinal Numbers.

  1. 45
  2. 190
  3. 478
  4. 255
  5. 3675

Exercise 2: Write the following in Devanagari Numbers.

  1. १०
  2. ४८
  3. ७२९
  4. २९७
  5. ६५३०