In previous lesson we have seen numbers from 0 to 100.
Using them you can create numbers after 100.

In English we say “One hundred and one”,”One hundred and two” and so on. In Gujarati we say numbers in words same way. We just do not say “and”
e.g.

101 -> એકસો એક (ekaso ek )
102 -> એકસો બે (ekaso be)
103 -> એકસો ત્રણ (ekaso traN)
and so on.

For words indicating 100 in English we say “Two hundred”,”Three hundred” and so on. In Gujarati it is same. Just two words are combined together. So sometimes little different word is created, as you can observer below

 100 એકસો  (ekaso ) 200 બસ્સો  (basso ) 300 ત્રણસો  (traNaso ) 400 ચારસો  (chAraso ) 500 પાંચસો (pAMchaso) 600 છસો  (Chaso ) 700 સાતસો  (sAtaso ) 800 આઠસો  (AThaso ) 900 નવસો  (navaso )

Similarly other numbers are formed e.g.
333 -> ત્રણસો તેત્રીસ (traNaso tetrIs)
552 -> પાંચસો બાવન (pAMchaso bAvan)
etc.

For bigger numbers in Gujarati also we have different names

 Thousand 1000 હજાર  (hajAr ) Ten thousand 10,000 દસ હજાર  (das hajAr ) Hundred thousand 100,000 લાખ  (lAkh ) 10,000 Million 1,000,000 દસ લાખ  (das lAkh ) 10,00,000 Ten million 10,000,000 કરોડ (karoD) 1,00,00,000 Hundred million 100,000,000 દસ કરોડ (das karoD) 10,00,00,000 Billion 1,000,000,000 અબજ (abaj) 1,00,00,00,000

For numbers from 1 to 100

For fractional numbers, sequence, percentage in Gujarati refer

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