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Tool to convert and write numbers in Bengali. Learn about Bengali numeration and how to use it. Learn to recognize Bengali digits and count in Bengali.

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Bengali Digits

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Answers to Questions (FAQ)

What is Bengali numeration? (Definition)

Bengali numeration is a numbering system used in the Bengali language, mainly in Bangladesh and India. It is a positional decimal system, similar to the Arabic numeral system used in the West.

How to write numbers in Bengali?

To write numbers in Bengali, replace the Arabic numerals (0-9) with Bengali numerals:

DigitDigit in BengaliWriting in Bengali
0শূন্য
1একই
2দুই
3তিন
4চার
5পাঁচ
6ছয়
7সাত
8আট
9নয়

Example: The number 427 is written ৪২৭ in Bengali.

To write decimal numbers in Bengali, use the decimal point . as decimal separator (comma).

To write negative numbers in Bengali, use the minus prefix -.

How to convert a number written in Bengali?

To convert a number written in Bengali, replace the Bengali symbols with their corresponding digit and read the number normally.

Example: The number ১৭৩ corresponds to 173

How to recognize Bengali numbers? (Identification)

To recognize Bengali numerals, identify the specific symbols used to represent each numeral.

The number (which is 4) is very similar to the number 8 in Arabic numeration.

The number (which is 7) is very similar to the number 9 in Arabic numeration.

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