Bengali numbers 1 to 100 in words in English

Bengali (or Bangla) is the second most widely spoken language in India after Hindi. It happens to be the seventh most spoken language in the world. If you are considering visiting the state of West Bengal, then these Bengali numbers 1 to 100 will come in handy.  These Bengali numbers will certainly come in handy when in Kolkata or any other place in Bengal. Important point to remember is that Bengali is also spoken in Bangladesh hence these numbers will be useful if you are planning to visit Bangladesh as well.

These Bengali numbers can be used for haggling or simply trying to understand what you are being sold or told in a shop or street seller. It will also be useful when ordering something in a restaurant or eating street food. This will indicate the listener that you have done your homework when comes to Bengali numbers.

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Please note that these Bengali numbers are similar to Hindi numbers and if you were to say the Hindi version, it will be well understood but nonetheless, it’s wise to make an effort to speak in Bengali. Also note that Tamil numbers in West Bengal will not work as they are very different.

Bengali numbers 1 to 100 in English:

1 – Ek
2 – Dui
3 – Teen
4 – Cha
5 – Panch
6 – Chhoy
7 – Sat
8 – Aṭh
9 – Noy
10 – Dosh

11 – Egaro
12 – Baro
13 – Tero
14 – Chouddo
15 – Ponero
16 – Solo
17 – Sotero
18 – Aṭharo
19 – Unis
20 – Bis

21 – Ekush
22 – Baish
23 – Teish
24 – Chobbish
25 – Ponchish
26 – Chhobbish
27 – Satash
28 – Athash
29 – Unotrish
30 – Trish

31 – Ektrish
32 – Botrish
33 – Tetrish
34 – Choutrish
35 – Ponytrish
36 – Chhotrish
37 – Sanitrish
38 – Aṭrish
39 – Unochollish
40 – Chollish

41 – Ekchollish
42 – Biyallish
43 – Tetallish
44 – Chuyallish
45 – Paanoytallish
46 – Chchechollish
47 – Shatchollish
48 – Atchollish
49 – Unoponchash
50 – Ponchash

51 – Ekanno
52 – Bahanno
53 – Tipanno
54 – Chuyanno
55 – Ponchanno
56 – Chchappanno
57 -Shatanno
58 – Atanno
59 – Unoshat

60 – Shat
61 – Ekshotti
62 – Bashotti
63 – Teshotti
64 – Chaanoushoti
65 – Paanoyshoti
66 – Chcheshoti
67 – Shatshoti
68 – Atshoti
69 – Unoshotor
70 – Shotor

71 – Ekator
72 – Bahator
73 – Tiyator
74 – Chuyator
75 – Paanochator
76 – Chchiyator
77 – Shatator
78 – Atator
79 – Unoashi
80 – Ashi

81 – Ekashi
82 – Birashi
83 – Tirashi
84 – Churashi
85 – Panchashi
86 – Chiyashi
87 – Shatashi
88 – Atashi
89 – Unonobboi
90 – Nobboi

91 – Ekanobboi
92 – Biranobboi
93 – Tiranobboi
94 – Churanobboi
95 – PaanOchanobboi
96 – Chchiyanobboi
97 – Shatanobboi
98 – Atanobboi
99 – Niranobboi
100 – Ek sho

I hope you have liked leaning the 1 to 100 Bengali numbers. I hope they will come in handy when visiting the state of West Bengal or Bangladesh.

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