Maths and its Importance

April 5th, 2019

In this generation of smartphones and calculators, students can easily solve even the toughest math problem. Some colleges even allow the use of calculators and stopwatches during an exam has it saves a lot of time. But in the earlier days calculators  were not allowed and students had to do all the calculation on their own

Science might be characterized as “the investigation of connections among amounts, sizes, and properties, and furthermore of the legitimate tasks by which obscure amounts, extents, and properties might be derived”  or “the investigation of amount, structure, space and change”.

Truly, it was viewed as the art of amount, regardless of whether of extents or of numbers or of the speculation of these two fields. Some have seen it in wording as basic as a look for examples.

Amid the Nineteenth Century, be that as it may, arithmetic widened to envelop numerical or representative rationale, and subsequently came to be viewed progressively as the art of relations or of making vital inferences.

The control of arithmetic presently covers – notwithstanding the pretty much standard fields of number hypothesis, variable based math, geometry, investigation , scientific rationale and set hypothesis, and increasingly connected science, for example, likelihood hypothesis and insights – a baffling cluster of particular zones and fields of study, including bunch hypothesis, request hypothesis, tie hypothesis, bundle hypothesis, topology, differential geometry, fractal geometry, chart hypothesis, utilitarian examination, complex examination, peculiarity hypothesis, fiasco hypothesis, disarray hypothesis, measure hypothesis, show hypothesis, class hypothesis, control hypothesis, amusement hypothesis, unpredictability hypothesis and some more.

History of Vedic Mathematics

Bharati Krishna Teerthaji got his disclosures from a specific part of the Atharvaveda called the Ganita Sutras. The Ganita Sutras are likewise called Sulba Sutras, “the simple scientific formulae”, that is the significance of the articulation. Presently these writings were in Sanskrit and the sentence structure, the writing and the sayings in Sanskrit give the incredible office of communicating one’s demeanors in various distinctive subjects yet with a similar arrangement of words. Thus it ends up troublesome for an individual to comprehend the diverse layers of implications encoded in one content.

Bharati Krishnaji experienced reflection for long a long time in the woods of Sringeri. He took the assistance of etymologies, vocabularies of prior occasions, in light of the fact that as a language creates and comes in setting with different dialects words change their significance. Words get extra importance, words get decayed in significance. So Bharti Krishnaji considered old vocabularies including Visva, Amara, Arnava, Sabdakalpardruma and so forth. With these he got the key in that manner in one example and one thing after another helped him in the explanation of different sutras

How did the Vedic Mathematics start?

Vedic Mathematics was  an expansion of enthusiasm for old Sanskrit message, the antiquated Vedic Mathematics was rediscovered by Swami Bharati Krisna Tirthaji (the previous Shankaracharya of Puri, India) in 1911. Swami Bharati Krisna Tirthaji was an incredible researcher of Sanskrit, Mathematics, History and Philosophy. His profound investigation and cautious research had deciphered the incredible numerical recipes known as Sutras that were totally disregarded as nobody could relate these to science. Vedic Mathematics (1965) that is a pioneer work of Bharati Krishna Tirthaji, has strategies of Vedic arithmetic. It is considered as a first work towards Vedic Mathematics.

Advantages of Vedic math:

• It encourages an individual to take care of numerical issues 10-15 times quicker.

• It makes enthusiasm towards science.

• It will be valuable all through the lifetime

• It helps in Intelligent Guessing (Knowing the appropriate response without really taking care of the issue)

• It is an otherworldly instrument to decrease scratch work and finger checking and improve Mental Calculation.

• It expands fixation.

• It improves certainty.

• It decreases load (Need to learn tables up to nine as it were).

• The improvement of inventiveness at a youthful age is useful towards understanding propelled ideas

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Problems Based On Subtraction, Division And Squaring

November 5th, 2009

TYPE 1: Instant Subtraction

Use the formula ALL FROM 9 AND THE LAST FROM 10 to perform instant subtractions.

Example 1: 1000 – 357 = 643

Step 1: Take each figure in 357 and subtract it from 9 and the last figure from 10.

1 0 0 0   –   3 5 7   =  6 4 3

(     9  –  3  = 6

9  –  4  = 5

10 –  7  = 3     )

So the answer is 1000 – 357 = 643

Example 2: 10,000 – 1049 = 8951

Step 1: Take each figure in 1049 and subtract it from 9 and the last figure from 10.

1 0 0 0 0   –   1 0 4 9   =  6 4 3

(     9  –  1  = 8

9  –  0  = 9

9  –  4  = 5

10  –  9  = 1  )

So the answer is 1000 – 357 = 643


Example 1: 752 = 5625

75 = 75 X 75

Step1: Multiply the first number 7, by the next preceding number, which is 8.

Thus, we have 7 X 8 = 56, which is the first part of the answer.

Step 2: The last part will be the square of 5, which is 25

Thus the answer for 752 is divided into 2 parts: 56 and 25 which when combined together gives 5625.


Example 1: 23 / 9

Step 1: The first figure of 23 is 2, thus the quotient is 2.

Step 2: The sum of the 2 digits 2 and 3 is 5, thus the remainder is 5.

Example 2: 43 / 9

Step 1: The first figure of 43 is 4, thus the quotient is 4.

Step 2: The sum of the 2 digits 4 and 3 is 7, thus the remainder is 7.

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Problems Based On Multiplication

November 4th, 2009

TYPE 1: Multiplying by 12


Example 1 :12 X 7

Step 1: Multiply the 1 of the 12 by the
number we are multiplying by, in this case 7. So 1 X 7 = 7.

Step 2: Multiply this 7 by 10 giving 70.

Step 3: Now multiply the 7 by the 2 of twelve giving 14. Add this to 70 giving 84.

Therefore 7 X 12 = 84

Example 2: 17 X 12

Step 1: Multiply the 1 of the 12 by the
number we are multiplying by, in this case 17. So 1 X 7 =1 7.

Step 2: Multiply this 17 by 10 giving 170.

Step 3: Now multiply the 17 by the 2 of twelve giving 34. Add this to 170 giving 204.

Therefore 17 X 12 = 204

TYPE 2: Using VERTICALLY AND CROSSWISE you do not need to the multiplication tables beyond 5 X 5.

Example 1: Suppose for 8 x 7

8 is 2 below 10 and

7 is 3 below 10.

This can be written as

8         2


7       3

5       6

Step 1: You subtract crosswise 8-3 or 7 – 2 to get 5,to get the first figure of the answer.

Step 2: You multiply vertically: 2 x 3 to get 6, the last figure of the answer.

Step 3: Thus, the answer is 56.

Example 2: Suppose for 7 x 6

7 is 3 below 10 and

6 is 4 below 10.

This can be written as

7         3


6       4

3          12

Step 1: You subtract crosswise 6-3 or 7 – 4 to get 3,to get the first figure of the answer.

Step 2: You multiply vertically: 4 x 3 to get 12, the last figure of the answer. There is a carry: the 1 in the 12 goes over to make 3 into 4.

Step 3: Thus, the answer is 42.

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Its Growing Popularity

November 3rd, 2009

A large number of people in the field of education, especially maths professors consider Vedic Maths to be a new and a better approach in studying and understanding Maths. Even students studying at the Indian Institute of Technology are said to be making use of this technique for quicker calculations. Several other institutes are also emphasizing the significance of Vedic Maths.



A few years ago several schools began to teach the Vedic system. The response received was so huge that this remarkable system is today in many schools and institutions in India as well as abroad. It is not only taught in schools but also to a lot of MBA and Economic students. There are obviously many benefits of making use of a flexible, distinguished and proficient mental system like Vedic math. Pupils can come out of the imprisonment of the ‘only one correct’ way, and make their own distinct methods under the Vedic system.

Ever since the year 1999, a forum which has been initiated in Delhi called International Research Foundation for Vedic Mathematics and Indian Heritage, , has arranged several lectures on Vedic maths in various schools and colleges in Delhi.



People like Aryabhatta, who laid the foundation of Algebra, Baudhayan, the great geometer and the saint duo, Medhatithi and Madhyatithi, who formulated the basic structure for numerals, have conducted large number of researches.

Several research programmes have currently been undertaken in many areas. These researches have been initiated in order to try and find the effects of learning Vedic maths on children, to develop more commanding and simple applications of the Vedic sutras in different fields such as geometry, calculus, and computing.

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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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