Use this tool to convert** Million** to **Lakh** (sometimes called Lac).

**Calculator**

**Conversion Formula**

**1 Million = 1,000,000**

**1 Lakh = 100,000**

**1 Million = 10 * 1 Lakh**

**n Million = 10*n Lakh**

**Examples**

- 10 Million is equivalent to 100 Lakh
- 1 Million is equivalent to 10 Lakh

*Note that these conversions assume the same currency. For example, 1 Million Dollars is equivalent to 10 Lakh Dollars or 1 Lakh Rupees is equivalent to 0.1 Million rupees. *

Use this calculator to convert Lakh Rupees to Million Dollars.

**What is a Million?**

A “million” is a fundamental unit in the decimal numbering system, representing the value of one thousand thousand (1,000,000). It is a widely recognized and used large number in various contexts, including finance, population counts, and data measurements.

**Numerical Representation**

**In Numbers**: 1,000,000**In Words**: One Million**In Scientific Notation**: 1×10^{6}

**What is a Lakh?**

In various parts of South Asia, particularly in countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka, large numbers are often expressed in terms that are distinct from the Western numbering system. One such term is “lakh.” Understanding what a lakh is and how it is used is important for interpreting financial statements, population data, and other statistics from these regions.

**Definition of Lakh**

A **lakh** is a unit in the South Asian numbering system that is equal to one hundred thousand (100,000). The term is commonly used in everyday language and official documents in countries such as India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal. It is a part of the traditional numbering system that also includes crores and is widely recognized and used in both financial and non-financial contexts.