Easy Guide To Urdu Numbers And Counting (1-100+)

urdu numbers easy guide to learn how to count in urdu

Every traveler should be prepared with basic vocabulary, including numbers. If you are traveling to Pakistan and are interested in learning how to count in Urdu or asking the price in this language, learning the Urdu numbers and how to count is a must and the first step.

Due to Urdu’s peculiar counting methods, memorizing Urdu numerals can be complex. But the good news is that you only need a little mental math and much repetition to learn them. Nothing to be afraid of!

In this super easy guide to learning Urdu, I will teach you the Urdu counting numbers from 0 to 100 and additional key numbers you should know.

How To Count In Urdu? Urdu Numbers

In Urdu, the numbers are written using the Hindu-Arabic numeral system, which is a base 10 system that uses the digits 0 through 9 to represent numbers.

The numbers in Urdu and English have different pronunciations and are written with different symbols. For example, In Urdu, the number 1 is written as “۱” and pronounced as “aik,” the number 2 is written as “۲” and pronounced as “dou” and the number 3 is written as “۳” and pronounced as “teen.”

Let’s get to the table to learn more! Along with this table, I advise you to practice reading and writing each number to grasp the information faster.

How To Count Urdu Numbers From One To Ten

Let’s get to the table to learn practice counting from one to ten. But don’t forget, Urdu also has zero (0) which is Sifr. Along with this table, I advise you to practice reading and writing each number to grasp the information faster.

EnglishNumeralsUrdu Numbers And Counting (Numerals)Urdu WordsPronunciation
zero0۰صفرSifr  
one1۱ایکAik
two2۲دوDou
three3۳تینTeen
four4۴چارChaar
five5۵پانچPaanch
six6۶چھChhay
seven7۷ساتSaat
eight8۸آٹھAath
nine9۹نوNow
ten10۱۰دسDas

Counting Urdu Words From Eleven To Beyond

So you’re ready to learn more about Urdu numbers? Here are the rest of the numbers to memorize! Let’s get to the table to learn more!

NumeralsEnglishPronunciation Urdu WordsUrdu Numbers And Counting (Numerals)
11elevenGiarahگیارہ۱۱
12twelvebarahبارہ۱۲
13thirteenterahتیرہ۱۳
14fourteenchaudahچودہ۱۴
15fifteenpandrahپندرہ۱۵
16sixteensolahسولہ۱۶
17seventeensatrahسترہ۱۷
18eighteenatharahاٹھارہ۱۸
19nineteenunneesانیس۱۹
20twentyBeesبیس۲۰
21twenty-oneIkkeesاکیس۲۱
22twenty-twoBaisبائیس۲۲
23twenty-threeTaeesتئیس۲۳
24twenty-fourChobeesچوبیس۲۴
25twenty-fivePachcheesپچیس۲۵
26twenty-sixChabbeesچھببیس۲۶
27twenty-sevensataeesستائیس۲۷
28twenty-eightathaeesاٹھائیس۲۸
29twenty-nineunnateesانتیس۲۹
30thirtyteesتیس۳۰
31thirty-oneekateesاکتیس۳۱
32thirty-twobatteesبتیس۳۲
33thirty-threetainteesتینتیس۳۳
34thirty-fourchaunteesچونتیس۳۴
35thirty-fivepanteesپینتیس۳۵
36thirty-sixchateesچھتیس۳۶
37thirty-sevensanteesسینتیس۳۷
38thirty-eightadtheesاڑتیس۳۸
39thirty-nineuntaaleesانتالیس۳۹
40fortyChaleesچالیس۴۰
41forty-oneiktaleesاکتالیس۴۱
42forty-twobiyaleesبیالیس۴۲
43forty-threetentaleesتینتالیس۴۳
44forty-fourchavaleesچوالیس۴۴
45forty-fivepantaleesپینتالیس۴۵
46forty-sixChhiyaleesچھیالیس۴۶
47forty-sevenSantaleesسینتالیس۴۷
48forty-eightAdtaaleesاڑتالیس۴۸
49forty-nineUnchaasانچاس۴۹
50fiftyPachaasپچاس۵۰
51fifty-oneIkyavanاکیاون۵۱
52fifty-twoBaavanباون۵۲
53fifty-threeTarippanترپن۵۳
54fifty-fourChawwanچون۵۴
55fifty-fivePachpanپچپن۵۵
56fifty-sixChappanچھپن۵۶
57fifty-sevenStaavanستاون۵۷
58fifty-eightAthaavanاٹھاون۵۸
59fifty-nineUnsathhانسٹھ۵۹
60sixtySaathساٹھ۶۰
61sixty-oneIksathاکسٹھ۶۱
62sixty-twoBaasathباسٹھ۶۲
63sixty-threeTraisathترسٹھ۶۳
64sixty-fourChaunsathچوسٹھ۶۴
65sixty-fivePainsathپینسٹھ۶۵
66sixty-sixChhiyasathچھیاسٹھ۶۶
67sixty-sevenSadsathسڑسٹھ۶۷
68sixty-eightAdsathاٹھسٹھ۶۸
69sixty-nineUnhattarانہتر۶۹
70seventySattarستر۷۰
71seventy-oneIkhattarاکہتر۷۱
72seventy-twoBehattarبہتر۷۲
73seventy-threeTihattarتہتر۷۳
74seventy-fourChauhattarچوہتر۷۴
75seventy-fivePachattarپچہتر۷۵
76seventy-sixChihattarچھہتر۷۶
77seventy-sevensatattarستتر۷۷
78seventy-eightAthhattarاٹھہتر۷۸
79seventy-nineUnaasiاناسی۷۹
80eightyAssiاسی۸۰
81eighty-oneIkyaasiاکیاسی۸۱
82eighty-twoBayaasiبیاسی۸۲
83eighty-threeTiraasiتراسی۸۳
84eighty-fourChaurassiچوراسی۸۴
85eighty-fivePachaasiپچاسی۸۵
86eighty-sixChiyaasiچھیاسی۸۶
87eighty-sevenSataasiستاسی۸۷
88eighty-eightAthaasiاٹھاسی۸۸
89eighty-nineNavassiنواسی۸۹
90ninetyNavvayنوے۹۰
91ninety-oneIkyaanveyاکانوے۹۱
92ninety-twoBaanvayبانوے۹۲
93ninety-threeTiraanvayترانوے۹۳
94ninety-fourChauraanvayچورانوے۹۴
95ninety-fivePachaanvayپچانوے۹۵
96ninety-sixChhiyaanvayچھیانوے۹۶
97ninety-sevenSataanvayستانوے۹۷
98ninety-eightAthaanvayاٹھانوے۹۸
99ninety-nineNinaanvayننانوے۹۹
100one hundredSowسو۱۰۰
200two hundredDo sowدو سو۲۰۰
1000one thousandEk hazarایک ہزار۱۰۰۰
2000two thousandDo hazarدو ہزار۲۰۰۰
100000one hundred thousandDas hazarایک لاکھ۱۰۰۰۰۰
1000000one millionDas lackhدس لاکھ۱۰۰۰۰۰۰
2000000two millionbees lackhبیس لاکھ۲۰۰۰۰۰۰
10000000ten millionEk karoorایک کروڑ۱۰۰۰۰۰۰۰
100000000one hundred millionDas karoorدس کروڑ۱۰۰۰۰۰۰۰۰
1000000000one billionEk arabایک ارب۱۰۰۰۰۰۰۰۰۰
10000000000ten billionDas arabدس ارب۱۰۰۰۰۰۰۰۰۰۰
100000000000one hundred billionEk kharabایک کھرب۱۰۰۰۰۰۰۰۰۰۰۰

Let’s Practice Counting In Urdu! 

What Are Numbers Called In Urdu?

Bonus information to learn more about this beautiful language! How are the Urdu counting numbers called?

The numbers in Urdu are called اعداد (“adaad”), a word that comes from the Arabic language. It is used in many other languages spoken in the Indian subcontinent, including Hindi and Punjabi. 

Learn The Urdu Language – The Language Of Pakistan

Now you are ready to start counting in Urdu! But don’t forget to keep practicing these words as much as possible. In fact, a world of beautiful vocabulary is waiting for you to learn in this language, such as “Basic Greetings in Urdu” or “Basic Words and Phrases in Urdu,” so keep learning!

Urdu is a member of the Indo-European language family. It has many similarities with Hindi, to the point that they are essentially mutually intelligible. In reality, Urdu and Hindi compose the ‘Hindustani’ linguistic family.

The language is spoken natively by about 68 million people, with an additional 101 million second-language speakers, most of whom live in Pakistan, India, and nearby territories. The Urdu alphabet is used to write it from right to left.

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