# All about Vedic Maths

It is said that all the knowledge in the world is contained in the Vedas. Well , I don’t know about anything else , but it sure does rule the roost when it comes to maths. Many rules of addition , subtraction , multiplication , division , sqauring , sq. rooting , cubing , cube rooting and even calculus are mentioned in 16 sutras or slokas containing rules*. These sutras are written in Sanskrit and have very deceptive double meanings. Meanings which are entirely different from maths. But these contain methods that beat even Trachtenburg’s Speed Math methods. Only experienced Abacus users can beat experienced Vedic Maths users in speed. I’ll be posting more about it pretty soon. Well , after Monday. Till then check out this site for simple tutorials and problems.*

Introduction

Vedic Maths Tutorial

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Vedic Maths is based on sixteen sutras or principles. These principles are general in nature and can be applied in many ways. In practice many applications of the sutras may be learned and combined to solve actual problems. These tutorials will give examples of simple applications of the sutras, to give a feel for how the Vedic Maths system works. These tutorials do not attempt to teach the systematic use of the sutras. For more advanced applications and a more complete coverage of the basic uses of the sutras, we recommend you study one books avilable from our book store or try the correspondence course.

N.B. The following tutorials are based on examples and exercises given in the book ‘Fun with figures’ by Kenneth Williams, which is a fun introduction some of the applications of the sutras for children.

If you are having problems using the tutorials then you could always read the instructions.

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Tutorial 7

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nice theme. It looks really good

MarshaMarch 19, 2006

Hey I got a book for Simple vedic maths. It helps a lot but only if you have the patience to learn maths which I dont have at all

karthiksnMarch 19, 2006

hey som thin rong wid de heme. its not countin comments properly…

Vedic maths? hmm… new to it, even the combo word 😛

Qwerty ManiacMarch 20, 2006

oh well now its counting properly… guess it learnt how to usin vedic maths.. lol, jus jokin…

its actually that my xams finished today and i am in no mood for maths today… 😀 will chek it out tomorrow…

Qwerty ManiacMarch 20, 2006

Neat. I’ve heard there are electical formulas writen in saskrit going back thousands of years, but they were never noticed until after Ohm’s law was already named, again.

ClintMarch 20, 2006

Yeah , you all should try that link.

teenMarch 20, 2006

i dint understand any thing

MeOnlyMeMay 16, 2006

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vedas » LunaJanMay 17, 2006

they r just greattttttt!…the sutras of vedic mathematicts helped me a lot doing those sums which I couldn’t have thought of solving!

natashaMay 27, 2006

itz AMAZINGGGG

shaileeDecember 24, 2006

dear sir,iwant to learn saskrit as well as vedhic maths from the beginning.plz do tell me the good institution and give me the guidence learn from a internationally regonizied reputed institute.

suresh kumarMarch 6, 2007

hi…….

nice blog ………

can u help me by telling the vedic methods for multiplication as well as division for no.s having 3 or more digits……….

thanx buddy……..

hitesh

kumar_hitesh2006@yahoo.com.au

hiteshJuly 20, 2007

can you multiply

3452 by 6532 and get 22548464 straight?

I spossible through multilayer multiplication

P J NaiduAugust 5, 2007

can you multiply

3452 by 6532 and get 22548464 straight?

Is possible through multilayer multiplication

from P J Naidu

jssw.india@gmail.com

P J NaiduAugust 5, 2007

Multilayer multiplication is simple extension of vedic mathematics. It can easily be learnt by anyone capable of adding 9+9 and multiplying 9 by 9.

In this 45869 X 652= 29906588. The proof goes like a plaited strand of rope.

Get in touch with jssw.school@gmail.com for a free demonstration.

P J NaiduAugust 7, 2007

Dear P J Naiduji

The multilayer multiplication appears very interesting. Can you explain? I am eager to learn from you.

Ramasubbu, Coimbatore

RamasubbuNovember 11, 2007

Dear P J Naiduji

I am surprised that the response to my request was so quick and explanation so lucid. Within minutes! Great.

Ramasubbu, Coimbatore

RamasubbuNovember 11, 2007

Hey guys,go to the website http://vedicmathematic.tripod.com to know more about it.I have been studying it for last 12 years and it is amazing..

PryNovember 28, 2007

It is only gimmicks. Can’t come all the way

GaneshNovember 22, 2009

It is gimmicks if the underlying principle can’t be explained. When you can, then it is theory.

P J NaiduNovember 22, 2009

Many call the term ‘Vedic Math’ a hoax and without any real reference in Vedas. They even say the sutras are cooked up. Cooked up or found in Vedas, aren’t they lucid, clear and make math that much easier?

I am happy with that.

P J Naidu,

Editor-in-Chief, JSSW

(ISSN:0976-3759)

P J NaiduJuly 2, 2010

Nice info. Thanks!

I found an online Vedic Mathematics course for teachers by Gaurav Tekriwal, founder President of The Vedic Maths Forum India.

This course has its focus on creating more value to teacher’s current skill set by adding more knowledge about ancient methods of calculation. Vedic Maths not only improving the calculation speed but will add more horizon and will fetch more opportunities for the teachers to teach in some coaching Institutes that will equip the students appearing for competitive exams.

Bonus- The learner will get a lifetime Certification to be presented in the resume along with the 8DVD set so that he can learn offline at his own ease which would also include test papers for self practice.

I shall enroll in this course once my finances get ok..DVDs please me as a help.

Visit Online Certified Course on Vedic Mathematics, click here.

SwatiJanuary 7, 2014