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It was an amazing experience and rare honour to meet and discuss Vedic Mathematics with Dr.Ram Mohan Tiwari who is the last living disciple of Shri Bharti Krishna Tirthaji, the founding father of Vedic Mathematics.
“They kissed the carpet on which he walked” says Dr.Tiwari about Tirthaji when he toured the United States in 1958.
“Praising and praying the divine Sandals ( Charan Paduka) of Guruji Shri Bharti Krishna Tirthaji Mahraj has become a part and parcel of my life. By grace of God I had an opportunity to serve Swamiji and spend some time at his feet.Due to young age and an average mindset to achieve other objectives, and an average mindset , I could not gain much knowledge from His Holiness.Whatever time I had to spend with Swamiji, I utilized it in giving my service to Swamiji, rather than to gain knowledge as it was difficult in that young age.”
It takes 11-year-old Aditya Ray only seconds to multiply a five-digit number with a four-digit one. This, he says, is because of Vedic mathematics, “which has made my calculations quicker and accurate”. By traditional method, Ray would have taken over a minute to get the answer.
Awesome turnout at the College of Engineering, Guindy, Chennai for a day long Vedic Mathematics Workshop. Thanks to the Kurukshetra team especially Ms.Keerthana who coordinated the entire event. Needless to mention the take home for the day was from South Indian cuisine, flavors of Idlies dipped in hot sambhar.
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It feels great to see the renewed interest of the Indian mainstream Media in the subject of Vedic Mathematics based on the works of Tirthaji – the Shankaracharya of Puri.Most of the articles have talked about the politics behind introducing Vedic Maths in India but none so far have covered the basic need of Vedic Maths in India!
The low quality of education in much of the developing world is no secret. An extension of the vedic maths periods in the classroom is a Vedic Maths Club. Vedic Maths is gripping! It’s motivating and it shows an alternative way to calculate. “Be the change you wish to see in the world” Mahatma Gandhi.
New Book: Speed Math by Gaurav Tekriwal
It’s a pleasure to announce the International launch of the book ‘Speed-Math’ by Gaurav Tekriwal.The book has been published by Alpha Books which is a division of Penguin Group (USA) Inc.
Synopsis Do math more quickly and with more confidence — with less reliance on paper, apps, and calculators. For people who automatically run to the nearest calculator, “Idiot’s Guides: Speed Math” teaches tips, tricks, and straightforward methods to doing math at a fast — and accurate — rate.
New Book on Advanced Vedic Math : Excel with Vedic Mathematics
The Book is path breaking in terms of the depth of the topics covered and new topics highlighted like the Date Magic Square. The Book covers discoveries by Prof.Unkalkar in Divisibility especially the reverse osculation process. Also highlights Calculus both differential and integral as well as Partial Fractions among other topics.
The book is over 150 pages and has over 13 strong topics to browse around and has the blessings from the Current Jagadguru Shankaracharyaji of Puri.
New Book: Quick tips on Vedic Maths Quiz by V.G.Unkalkar
This new book titled ‘Quick tips on Vedic Maths Quiz’ just came in from Prof. Viswanath Unkalkar in Bangalore.This book has about twelve chapters with loads of examples and is very useful for candidates appearing for competitive examinations.In this the philosophical base is given as to why number counting should begin from 0 and not . In this text it has been highlighted that in the Vedic literature and scriptures zero was an important concept and attribute.The book has tried to make the readers understand Mathematics from the philosophical point of view. It states Zero is a Place above One. It makes us understand that it is zero which is the mother of all numbers.
Diaries of Tirthaji Maharaja On Vedic Mathematics
My Hearty Greetings to all the readers of the Vedic Maths Forum India Blog on the occasion of our India’s 60th Independence Day Celebrations.Today, we bow our heads in homage to the memory of
all the leaders, fighters and martyrs of our freedom struggle. My greetings to all the leaders, fighters and martyrs of our freedom struggle.Greetings to all scientists, teachers, literateurs,artistes and to dear students.