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The traditional, ancient '''Indian numbering system''', used today in [[India]], [[Pakistan]], [[Bangladesh]], and [[Myanmar]] (Burma), is based on a unique grouping of 2 [[decimal]] places, rather than the 3 decimal places commonplace in the West (China and Japan, for instance, use 4). The terms ''[[crore]]'' and ''[[lakh]]'' are in widespread use today in [[Indian English]].
 
The table below follows the [[short scale]] usage of billion being a thousand million. In India, following [[United Kingdom|British]] usage, the [[long scale]] was used, with one billion equivalent to a million million.
 
<center>
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Term
! Figure
! Power<br /> notation
! Western system ([[long and short scales|short scale]])
|- align="left"
! scope="row" style="font-weight: normal" | एक (Ek)
| align="right"| 1
| 10<sup>0</sup>
| 1 (One)
|- align="left"
! scope="row" style="font-weight: normal" | दस (Das)
| align="right"| 10
| 10<sup>1</sup>
| 10 (Ten)
|- align="left"
! scope="row" style="font-weight: normal" | सौ (Sau)
| align="right"| 100
| 10<sup>2</sup>
| 100 (Hundred)
|- align="left"
! scope="row" style="font-weight: normal" | सहस्त्र (Sahastr) / हजार (Hazaar)
| align="right"| 1,000
| 10<sup>3</sup>
| 1,000 (One thousand)
|- align="left"
! scope="row" style="font-weight: normal" | लाख (Lakh)
| align="right"| 1,00,000
| 10<sup>5</sup>
| 100,000 (One hundred thousand)
|- align="left"
! scope="row" style="font-weight: normal" | करोड़ (Crore)
| align="right"| 1,00,00,000
| 10<sup>7</sup>
| 10,000,000 (Ten [[million]])
|- align="left"
! scope="row" style="font-weight: normal" | अरब (Arawb)
| align="right"| 1,00,00,00,000
| 10<sup>9</sup>
| 1,000,000,000 (One [[1000000000 (number)|billion]])
|- align="left"
! scope="row" style="font-weight: normal" | खरब (Kharawb)
| align="right"| 1,00,00,00,00,000
| 10<sup>11</sup>
| 100,000,000,000 (One hundred billion)
|- align="left"
! scope="row" style="font-weight: normal" | नील (Neel)
| align="right"| 1,00,00,00,00,00,000
| 10<sup>13</sup>
| 10,000,000,000,000 (Ten [[trillion]])
|- align="left"
! scope="row" style="font-weight: normal" | पद्म (Padma)
| align="right"| 1,00,00,00,00,00,00,000
| 10<sup>15</sup>
| 1,000,000,000,000,000 (One [[quadrillion]])
|- align="left"
! scope="row" style="font-weight: normal" | शंख (Shankh)
| align="right"| 1,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,000
| 10<sup>17</sup>
| 100,000,000,000,000,000 (One hundred [[quadrillion]])
|- align="left"
! scope="row" style="font-weight: normal" | महाशंख (Mahashankh)
| align="right"| 1,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,000
| 10<sup>19</sup>
| 10,000,000,000,000,000,000 (Ten [[quintillion]])
|}
</center>
 
The higher numbers listed above ''arawb'' are not commonly used, though ''padma'' and ''kharawb'' are sometimes used in [[Hindi]].
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