**Answer**: If you also doubt that in 1 crore, how many zeros are there, then your answer is here. In one crore, there are 7 zeroes like 10000000.

The local style to write one crore is 2,2,3; after one 1, there will be two zeros, then a comma, then two zeros, and at last comma and three zeros. Another name for crore is Kodi, khokha, karod, karoo, or koti, where it is also called Ten Million.

In the international system, the numeric number of 10 million is 1 crore, 1 crore = 10 million. We have already mentioned above that there are 7 zeros in a crore; what remains is to tell you is that how many 10, 100, 1000, etc. are in one crore:

- Tens in one crore = 1,000,000
- Hundreds in one crore = 100,000
- Thousands. in one crore = 10,000
- ten thousand in one crore = 1,000
- hundred thousand in one crore = 100

And at last, if we talk about the million and billion in 1 crore, then 10 million = 1 crore and 0.01 billion = 1 crore. In the Indian numbering system, 100 lakhs = 1 crore, 100 crore = 1 billion. In India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal, 1 crore is a very big amount. Firstly crore was used in Sri Lanka, but now a day, it is replaced by millions, billions, and trillions. 1 trillion is equal to 100lakh crore. ₹1,00,00,000 in Indian notation. = ₹1,000,000,000,000 in Western notation.

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