How Many Zeros Are There in One Crore?

A crore is a number in the Indian numbering system that is equal to 10 million, or a 1 followed by seven zeros. In the Indian numbering system, a crore is written as 1,00,00,000.

The Indian numbering system separates the last three digits of a long number with a comma, then splits up the rest of the digits into pairs with commas. Other terms commonly used in the Indian numbering system are lakh, which means one hundred thousand, and Arab, which means one billion. A lakh crore is one trillion. This numbering system is used not just in India, but also Pakistan, Nepal, Myanmar and Bangladesh.