What is Vedic Mathematics?

Vedic Math’s is the World’s Fastest Mental Math’s System. It helps you calculate faster

Vedic Mathematics was discovered by Shri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji during his extensive research on the Vedas. An avid reader and researcher by nature, he went into deep meditations and studied the four Vedas extensively only to discover the sixteen sutras lying hidden in the verses of the Atharva Veda. Teerthaji spent long years in the forest of Sringeri from 1911 to 1981 and studied the literature mostly written in old lexicons including Visva, Amara, Arnava, Sabdakalpardruma etc.

Vedic Mathematics consists of 16 Sutras or Word Formulae and 13 sub-sutras (Sub Formulae) which can be used for solving mathematical problems in a far simpler manner. It offers techniques and shortcuts to master numerical calculations in split seconds. Using these techniques, it is possible to calculate 10-15 times faster than usual methods. The difficult problems or huge sums can be solved almost immediately by the Vedic method.

Benefits of learning Vedic Math’s

  • 1500% faster than normal Maths
  •  Increases speed and accuracy
  •  Improved Academic Performance and Instant Results
  •  Sharpens your mind, increases mental agility and intelligence
  •  Increase visualization and concentration in children
  •  Become a Mental Calculator

How does Vedic Math’s help School children and Competitive Exam aspirants?

There are just 16 Jaw dropping Sutras or word Formula which solve all known mathematical problems in the branches of Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, and Calculus. They are easy to understand, easy to apply and easy to remember. The system is wonderfully interrelated and unified. Working with these formulae is healthy for the mind as they guide a way the mind naturally works and are therefore proved to be helpful in directing the student to the appropriate method of solution.

One can develop their own applications of Vedic Math’s to Regular School methods once an expert. This promotes creativity among interested pupils. For your child, it means giving them a competitive edge, a way to optimize their performance and gives them an edge in mathematics and logic that will them to shine in the classroom and beyond.

A little about the Father of Vedic mathematics himself

Shri Bharathi Krishna Tirthaji Maharaja, born on 14th March 1884 at Tinnievelly, Tamil Nadu, and India was known as Venkatraman before he became a saint. He had a brilliant academic record with a Masters (MA) degree in six subjects like Sanskrit, English, History, Philosophy, Mathematics and Science from the Bombay Centre of the American College of Science, Rochester, New York. He was also appointed “Warden of the Sons of India” by Dr Annie Besant in 1908.

Tirthaji’s Works:

During 1911-1918, Bharati Krishnaji practised deep meditation and studied metaphysics And Vedas which led him to practice an arduous life of a Sadhu (saint). He learned from the Vedas especially ‘Rig-Veda’, directly or indirectly and he intuitively rediscovered them. Later he wrote the sutras on the manuscripts but were lost. He found “Sixteen Sutras” or word formulas which cover all the branches of Mathematics – Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Physics, plan and spherical geometry, conics, calculus- both differential and integral, applied mathematics of all various kinds, dynamics, hydrostatics and all.

The Vedic Maths Sixteen Sutras in details along with their Sanskrit names:

Ekadhikena PurvenaAnurupyenaBy one more than the previous one
Nikhilam Navatashcaramam DashatahSisyate SesasamjnahAll from 9 and the last from 10
Urdhva-TiryagbyhamAdyamadyenantyamantyenaVertically and crosswise
Paravartya YojayetKevalaih Saptakam GunyatTranspose and adjust
Shunyam SaamyasamuccayeVestanamWhen the sum is the same that sum is zero
Anurupye ShunyamanyatShunya AnyatIf one is in ratio, the other is zero
Sankalana-vyavakalanabhyamYavadunam Tavadunikritya Varga YojayetBy addition and by subtraction
PuranapuranabyhamAntyayordashake’piBy the completion or non-completion
Chalana-KalanabyhamAntyayorevaDifferences and Similarities
YavadunamSamuccayagunitahWhatever the extent of its deficiency
VyashtisamasthiLopanasthapanabhyamPart and Whole
Shesanyankena CharamenaVilokanamThe remainders by the last digit
SopaantyadvayamantyamGunitasamuccayah SamuccayagunitahThe ultimate and twice the penultimate
Ekanyunena PurvenaDhvajankaBy one less than the previous one
GunitasamuchyahDwandwa YogaThe product of the sum is equal to the sum of the product
GunakasamuchyahAdyam Antyam MadhyamThe factors of the sum is equal to the sum of the factors

The Later life of Tirthaji

In 1925 he became the Head of the Govardhan Matha Monastery in Puri, Orissa and was the pontiff till 1960 the year of his “Maha Samadhi”. He planned to write other sutras later. But soon he developed a cataract in both of his eyes and passed away in the year 1960.