Hi Mugdha, This is a good question as lot of people think that Vedic Maths can only be taught for Higher classes or at higher age. Vedic Maths can be taught starting from Class 2nd onwards. I have devised 3 levels of Courses for Children of various ages. First Level is Foundation Level which is primarily for Children from Class 2nd... more»

Hi Mugdha, This is a good question as lot of people think that Vedic Maths can only be taught for Higher classes or at higher age. Vedic Maths can be taught starting from Class 2nd onwards. I have devised 3 levels of Courses for Children of various ages.

First Level is Foundation Level which is primarily for Children from Class 2nd - 4th. Second Level is Intermediate Level which is for Children from Class 5th to 7th. Third Level is Advanced Level which is for Students from Class 8th to 12th or higher.

The content and complexity of each levels are different are in line with schools/Board curriculum or for entrance examinations like CAT/Bank PO.

Hi Anshu, Great to see your interest for Vedic Maths. You can get in touch with me at my mail id www.gaurav_sh6@hotmail.com for further details on how to go about learning Vedic Maths for your children. I have mentioned different levels of Vedic Maths courses in another reply hence you can refer to same for which one suits according... more»

Hi Anshu, Great to see your interest for Vedic Maths. You can get in touch with me at my mail id www.gaurav_sh6@hotmail.com for further details on how to go about learning Vedic Maths for your children. I have mentioned different levels of Vedic Maths courses in another reply hence you can refer to same for which one suits according to your children`s age.

Hi Padmaja, Thanks for your feedback and interest in learning Vedic Maths for your son. In case if you are interested in Vedic Maths Coaching from myself, you can get in touch with me on my mail id gaurav_sh6@hotmail.com. There are different levels for Vedic Maths Courses and your son would be better suited to go through... more»

Hi Padmaja, Thanks for your feedback and interest in learning Vedic Maths for your son. In case if you are interested in Vedic Maths Coaching from myself, you can get in touch with me on my mail id gaurav_sh6@hotmail.com. There are different levels for Vedic Maths Courses and your son would be better suited to go through Intermediate Level of Course.

Hi Shashi, Vedic Maths although being a truly Indian Course is not very well Marketed neither publicized. Majority of Books on Subject are related to Advanced level of Vedic Maths which for Beginner level students would be too difficult to comprehend. I have devised 3 levels of courses with various difficulties. I am planning... more»

Hi Shashi, Vedic Maths although being a truly Indian Course is not very well Marketed neither publicized. Majority of Books on Subject are related to Advanced level of Vedic Maths which for Beginner level students would be too difficult to comprehend. I have devised 3 levels of courses with various difficulties. I am planning to get Books published for various levels of courses so that reach of Vedic Maths is more within India and abroad.

Yes Decimal calculations can be solved by using Vedic Maths Methods.

Hi Maheswari, Vedic Maths Method does work. You might need to refer to technique to be used as mentioned in the article. Numbers which are less than 50, we subtract the difference from 25 instead of addition. Let me show you with number you have selected Left Most Portion of Answer is 25(base 50 square) - 7(Difference of Number... more»

Hi Maheswari, Vedic Maths Method does work. You might need to refer to technique to be used as mentioned in the article. Numbers which are less than 50, we subtract the difference from 25 instead of addition.

Let me show you with number you have selected

Left Most Portion of Answer is 25(base 50 square) - 7(Difference of Number from 50, which is 50- 43) = 25 - 7 = 18

Right Most Portion of Answer is Square of the Difference (in this case 7 square) = 49

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REMEMBERING HINTS IS WASTE INSTEAD OF DOING PRACTICE AND GETTING CONCEPT OF THE PROBLEM....ONCE U KNOW THE CONCEPT THEN U CAN MAKE SHORTCUTS AND VEDIC PART 2..... I MY VIEW SHORTCUT IS FOR APTITUDE EXAMS FOR ADULT NOT FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN.FIRST WE HAVE TO KNOW THE LONG PROCEDURE OF SOLVING PROBLEM THAN ONLY WE CAN KNOW THE SHORTCUT THAT TOO MORE FIRMLY....IF... more»

REMEMBERING HINTS IS WASTE INSTEAD OF DOING PRACTICE AND GETTING CONCEPT OF THE PROBLEM....ONCE U KNOW THE CONCEPT THEN U CAN MAKE SHORTCUTS AND VEDIC PART 2..... I MY VIEW SHORTCUT IS FOR APTITUDE EXAMS FOR ADULT NOT FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN.FIRST WE HAVE TO KNOW THE LONG PROCEDURE OF SOLVING PROBLEM THAN ONLY WE CAN KNOW THE SHORTCUT THAT TOO MORE FIRMLY....IF I M WRONG PLEASE MAKE ME CORRECT.. «less

It should be simple 43 is 7 less than 50 so just as is explained We here take 50 as the base and 50 if Squared is 2500. so the base number is 25 Now since the number 43 is 7 less than 50 we 25-7 =18 this is our left number Now square of 7 is 49 is the right number so the answer is 1849 which is the right answer. more»

It should be simple 43 is 7 less than 50 so just as is explained We here take 50 as the base and 50 if Squared is 2500. so the base number is 25 Now since the number 43 is 7 less than 50 we 25-7 =18 this is our left number Now square of 7 is 49 is the right number so the answer is 1849 which is the right answer. «less

For numbers which are less than 50, we subtract the difference from 25 instead of addition. Left Most Portion of Answer is 25 (base 50 square) - 7 (Difference of Number from 50, which is 50-43) = 25 - 7 = 18 Right Most Portion of Answer is Square of the Difference (in this case 7 square) = 49 Hence the Answer is 1849. I am not a Vedit student, but... more»

For numbers which are less than 50, we subtract the difference from 25 instead of addition. Left Most Portion of Answer is 25 (base 50 square) - 7 (Difference of Number from 50, which is 50-43) = 25 - 7 = 18 Right Most Portion of Answer is Square of the Difference (in this case 7 square) = 49 Hence the Answer is 1849.

I am not a Vedit student, but learnt from the above example. «less

## Lightning Speed Calculations Using Vedic Maths – an Introduction - Discussion

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Megha Basu 10/10/2013

This is impressive. However, it seems that only everyday practice would make the task easy.

Gaurav 10/10/2013

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Meenu,

You can get in touch with me at my mail id www.gaurav_sh6@hotmail.com for further details for the classes.

Gaurav

Gaurav 10/10/2013

Thanks Pramod from showing your interest for Vedic Maths.

Gaurav 10/10/2013

Hi Davinder,

Yes, Percentages are covered as part of Vedic Maths Course.

Gaurav

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Hi Anita,

You can get in touch with me on my mail id if you are interested in learning from me.

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Hi Padmaja Patil!

You may register with us by visiting the below link seeking Vedic Math help. We shall then connect you to the right tutor, from within your locality in Pune, who can help your child with Vedic Math

http://www.urbanpro.com/find-a-tutor-trainer-post-requirement/309141

- UrbanPro Team

Imaya 11/10/2013

Looks interesting... Is there any possibility of online classes from you...

Anshu 09/10/2013

I would like my children to learn Vedic maths. How do I go about it?

mugdha shah 09/10/2013

Hello gaurav

What is a suitable age for kids to start learning vedic maths .. do they need to know Sanskrit ?

Thanks and Regards

Meenu 09/10/2013

Gr8 way to do calculations.. How do I join the class

pramod 09/10/2013

Yes it is true, let us spread the knowledge of Vedic Maths. I am interested Gourav some time we will meet in near future.

Davinder 09/10/2013

Hi, I find problems doing percentage questions, do you have any shortcuts for that

Padmaja Patil 09/10/2013

It seems very useful & interesting. I would like to know about the coaching for my son who is in Std. 5, in Pune.

pankaj 09/10/2013

mat kr koi fayada nahi hai, ye sab practice se hao hai, khud se question banao or solive kro.

Maheswari 09/10/2013

i tried for square of 43, but i got wrong answer plz guide

ABDUL MAJID 10/10/2013

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SATISH 10/10/2013

Kindly provide me more details on the course timing,fees,no of hours in a week etc

Abhishek kumar 10/10/2013

An interesting calculation which i used to find place to place........

Baburaj 10/10/2013