Advantages Of Vedic Maths

November 2nd, 2009

We are living in the age of tredemdous amount of competitions and Vedic Mathematics methods come to us as a boon for all the competitions. Present maths,a scary subject  requires higher amount of effort in learning. Maths can be learnt and mastered with miminum efforts in a very short span of time and can be translated into a playful and a blissful subject with the help of Vedic Maths.

The several advantages of Vedic Maths are:

  • It reduces the burden of remembering large amount of stuff because it requires you to learn tables upto 9 only.
  • It enables faster calculations when compared to the conventional method. Thus, the time that gets saved in the process can be used to answer more questions
  • It acts as a tool for reducing finger counting and scratch work.
  • It plays an important role in increasing concentration as well as improving confidence.
  • It is very¬† simple, direct, totally unconventional, original and straight forward.
  • It encourages mental calculations.
  • It enriches our understanding of maths and enables us to see links and continuity between different branches of maths.
  • Vedic Maths system also gives us a set of checking procedures for independent crosschecking of whatever we do.
  • It keeps the mind alert and lively because of th element of choice and flexibility at each .
  • Holistic development of the human brain takes place through Vedic Mathematics along with multidimensional thinking.
  • Vedic Mathematics system to quite an extent also helps us in developing our spiritual part of personality.
  • It can introduce creativity in intelligent and smart students, while helping the slow-learners grasp the basic concepts of mathematics. More and more use of Vedic math can without any doubts generate interest in a subject that is generally dreaded by children.

Thus, Vedic maths is considered to be more than the blessing of the Veda for the entire humanity.

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