1 to 50 Numbers in Sanskrit

1 to 50 Numbers in Sanskrit

Learn the numbers 1 to 50 in Sanskrit with this comprehensive guide. Discover the meaning and translation of each numeral, including ‘ekam’ (1) and ‘pañcaviṃśa’ (50). Study the historical significance and cultural heritage of the Sanskrit numeral system. A must-read for students of Indian history, language enthusiasts, and anyone interested in learning the ancient numerals of Sanskrit.

Embark on a journey of discovery as we unveil the ancient and mysterious world of Sanskrit numerals. From the elegant simplicity of ‘ekam’ (1) to the mesmerizing ‘pañcaviṃśa’ (50), these ancient symbols hold within them a rich cultural heritage and a connection to one of the world’s oldest languages. Whether you’re a student of Indian history, a lover of language, or simply someone who appreciates the beauty of numbers, this post will take you on a fascinating tour of the Sanskrit numeral system. So come along and discover the hidden treasures of these ancient symbols and how they continue to hold a place in our modern world.

So, here are the 1 to 50 numbers in Sanskrit:

  1. एकम् (ekam)
  2. द्वि (dvi)
  3. त्रि (tri)
  4. चतुर् (catur)
  5. पञ्च (pañca)
  6. षट् (ṣaṭ)
  7. सप्त (sapta)
  8. अष्ट (aṣṭa)
  9. नव (nava)
  10. दश (daśa)
  11. एकादश (ekādaśa)
  12. द्वादश (dvādaśa)
  13. त्रयोदश (trayodaśa)
  14. चतुर्दश (caturdaśa)
  15. पञ्चदश (pañcadaśa)
  16. षड्दश (ṣaḍdaśa)
  17. सप्तदश (saptadaśa)
  18. अष्टादश (aṣṭādaśa)
  19. नवदश (navadaśa)
  20. विंश (viṃśa)
  21. एक्विंश (ekaviṃśa)
  22. द्व्विंश (dviṃśa)
  23. त्र्यिंश (tryaṃśa)
  24. चतुर्यिंश (caturyaṃśa)
  25. पञ्चिंश (pañcaviṃśa)
  26. षट्यिंश (ṣaṭyaṃśa)
  27. सप्तिंश (saptaviṃśa)
  28. अष्टिंश (aṣṭaviṃśa)
  29. नविंश (navaviṃśa)
  30. तीस (tīsa)
  31. एकतीस (ekatīsa)
  32. द्वतीस (dvatīsa)
  33. त्रतीस (tratīsa)
  34. चतुर्तीस (catustīsa)
  35. पञ्चतीस (pañcatīsa
  36. षट्तीस (ṣaṭtīsa)
  37. सप्ततीस (saptatīsa)
  38. अष्टतीस (aṣṭatīsa)
  39. नवतीस (navatīsa)
  40. चव (cava)
  41. एकाचव (ekācava)
  42. द्वाचव (dvācava)
  43. त्रयाचव (trayācava)
  44. चतुराचव (catvācava)
  45. पञ्चाचव (pañcācava)
  46. षट्काचव (ṣaṭkācava)
  47. सप्ताचव (saptācava)
  48. अष्टाचव (aṣṭācava)
  49. नवाचव (navācava)
  50. पञ्चविंश (pañcaviṃśa)

We hope this guide has been informative and engaging in exploring the ancient numerals of Sanskrit. From the elegant simplicity of ‘ekam’ (1) to the mesmerizing ‘pañcaviṃśa’ (50), these ancient symbols hold within them a rich cultural heritage and a connection to one of the world’s oldest languages. The beauty and complexity of the language can be seen in the numerals that continue to hold a place in our modern world. We encourage you to continue your journey into learning the language and its culture and also to explore the other aspects of this beautiful language which is more than just numbers. Thank you for joining us on this journey of discovery.

Anjali K.
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