In the Sanskrit language the arrangement is that when a number expression is composed of the first two denominations only, the smaller element is spoken first, but when it is composed also of higher denominations, the bigger elements precede the smaller ones, the order of the first two denominations remaining as before.Thus, if a number expression contains the first four denominations, the normal mode of expression would be to say the thousands first, then hundreds, then units and then tens.We are proud to present ourselves as one of the Leading manufacturers of pressure gauges, temperature gauges, testing equipments & accessories. began its operations in 2007 with who has a vast experience of over 5 years in the field of pneumatic instruments.His involvement for over Two decades in R&D and production department with different leading companies manufacturing pressure and temperature instruments has contributed immensely to his profile.C.), a Jaina canonical work written before z commencement of the Christian era, the total number of human beings in the world is given thus: "a number which when expressed in terms of the denominations, . Later on, when the idea of place-value was developed, the denominations (number names) were used to denote the places which unity would occupy in order to represent them (denominations) in writing a number on the decimal scale.For instance, according to Âryabhata I (499) the denominations are the names of ‘places’.In fact, there is absolutely no trace of the extensive use of any other base of numeration in the whole of Sanskrit literature.It is also characteristic of India that there should be found at a very early date long series of number names for very high numerals.
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Srídhara (750) gives the following names:eka, daśa, śata, sahasra, daśa-sahasra, lakṣa, daśa-lakṣa, koṭi, daśa-koṭi, śata-knowṭi, arbuda, nyarbuda, kharva, mahâkharva, padma, mahâ-padma, kṣoṇi, mahâ-kṣoṇi, śaṅkha, mahâ-śaṅkha, kṣiti, mahâ-kṣiti, kṣobha, mahâ-kṣobhanumerical denominations already mentioned suffice to express any required number.
In an additive system it is immaterial how the elements of different denominations, of which a number is composed, are spoken. But it has become the usual custom from times immemorial to adhere to a definite mode of arrangement, instead of speaking in a haphazard manner.