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»

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. «less

It is great. The charm of speedy calculations is fading out with calculators taking the place of brains. It should be made a part of our curriculum. The younger generation should know and experience the joy of mental mathematics. I have always wondered if cube roots could be calculated with this technique.

Satish, Vedic Maths is not a substitute for regular maths however the same maths concepts can be learnt easily with Vedic Maths. It also co relates to how we use our working memory more efficiently as at times we are so used to calculators whereas Vedic Maths focusses on doing Mental Maths which keeps one`s brain active and Agilent.

Amit, Let me explain in a different manner. If we were taught Vedic Maths right from beginning, you might not have taken Vedic Maths differently. Hence it is how we integrate Vedic Maths with regular Maths that would make us think about the difference. You are seeing little difference because Vedic Maths hasnt been made popular in India inspite of fact... more»

Amit, Let me explain in a different manner. If we were taught Vedic Maths right from beginning, you might not have taken Vedic Maths differently. Hence it is how we integrate Vedic Maths with regular Maths that would make us think about the difference. You are seeing little difference because Vedic Maths hasnt been made popular in India inspite of fact that it is pure Indian Maths. Hence on the contrary i have seen students who have gained more interest in Regular Maths post learning Vedic Maths. Moreover a lot of people do take Maths as a subject difficult to understand, Vedic Maths removes that barrier and generates interest to follow and command regular Maths more confidently. «less

Madhu, I would advise you to read through article again and write examples shown on a notebook so that it is more clear to you. If you want to learn Vedic Maths then you can get in touch with me at gaurav_sh6@hotmail.com.

Megha, i have done some research on Memory Techniques and their applicability. A Lot of times, it is to do with how we use our Working memory more effectively as working memory capacity is limited. A Simple example would be if you have to remember a sequence of 7 digit or 8 digit numbers - 6 or 7 of such numbers, it wouldnt be easy to memorize. Same... more»

Megha, i have done some research on Memory Techniques and their applicability. A Lot of times, it is to do with how we use our Working memory more effectively as working memory capacity is limited. A Simple example would be if you have to remember a sequence of 7 digit or 8 digit numbers - 6 or 7 of such numbers, it wouldnt be easy to memorize. Same thing if i use a memory technique to learn you would be able to learn and retain it faster. Regular Practice always can be done over period of time but how effectively we do the practice also matters. You can read my another article on UrbanPro for Revision Techniques under Exam Preparation section. «less

Hi Abdul, your point is fine where we should be learning normal concepts first however how have we come to know that these are normal concepts needs to be thought of. If we are tuned to identify a concept as a normal concept historically then possibly we are referring to something which is conveyed as a normal concept. Secondly, now coming to Vedic... more»

Hi Abdul, your point is fine where we should be learning normal concepts first however how have we come to know that these are normal concepts needs to be thought of. If we are tuned to identify a concept as a normal concept historically then possibly we are referring to something which is conveyed as a normal concept. Secondly, now coming to Vedic Maths concepts, it is more than just hints where it dwells on the actual concept and uses special techniques to transform Maths into new domain. Applicability of Vedic Maths concepts can come in different competitive exams but it can be applied in day to day activities. A simple example would be computing mentally your Grocery Bills are correct or not. Once you start applying Vedic Maths concepts in normal day to day activities you would find a change in way people see you. Lastly, it has been proven by research that post certain age you need to keep your brain more active by challenging it more else people might end up in forgetfulness. Practising concepts of Vedic Maths keeps brains active and Agilent. «less

Hi Latha, I am teaching myself and your son can join one of the Weekend batches. Anyone can join the course, irrespective of age however courses are divided into Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced hence there are different levels of Vedic Maths course. For more details, you can mail me at gaurav_sh6@hotmail.com.

Amit, my experience has been that learners had more interested in Regular Maths post learning Vedic Maths. It also depends how any subject is taught, hence you need to have a good teacher with a good teaching technique to teach such a subject.

As far as speed in calculations is considered its good to use vedic maths. But think ! If a person is good or fast in calculations does it means that he/she is good in mathematics. This may help in some problems of competitive exams which try to judge the speed of calculation.

Learning of vedic maths is very good and its very interesting. But it is a little different from real mathematics. Vedic Maths offer tricks which may weak the interest of student in learning basic mathematics. This is good to learn these short tricks after learning basic of mathematics.

Dear Mr. Gaurav Sharma, I am very much interested to join my son for this Vedic Maths course. We stay in Malleswaram Bangalore. Kindly help us to join him for this course. He is studying in 8th standard state syllabus. Are you personally teaching ? or do you have any assistants ? Are you teaching this in the week ends also ? Can anybody join this course... more»

Dear Mr. Gaurav Sharma, I am very much interested to join my son for this Vedic Maths course. We stay in Malleswaram Bangalore. Kindly help us to join him for this course. He is studying in 8th standard state syllabus. Are you personally teaching ? or do you have any assistants ? Are you teaching this in the week ends also ? Can anybody join this course i.e. irrespective of age ? Please answer me. Thank you Regards Latha Madhusudan «less

vedic maths should not be treated as substitute for regular maths. It should be learnt as interesting short cut method after getting familiar with the concepts of high school algebra.

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 http://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... more»

Hi Anshu, Great to see your interest for Vedic Maths. You can get in touch with me at my mail id http://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.

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Madhurikella 07/09/2014

Sir, Can i solve decimal aditions, decimal mul using vedic maths?In which website i search for this vedic maths.?

astha singhal 29/06/2014

all you should learn Vedic maths it is very helpful .

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Hi gaurav I want to learn vedic mathematics. From where i can in east delhi

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R JANAKI 22/12/2013

It is great. The charm of speedy calculations is fading out with calculators taking the place of brains. It should be made a part of our curriculum. The younger generation should know and experience the joy of mental mathematics. I have always wondered if cube roots could be calculated with this technique.

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Gaurav Sharma 09/11/2013

Satish, Vedic Maths is not a substitute for regular maths however the same maths concepts can be learnt easily with Vedic Maths. It also co relates to how we use our working memory more efficiently as at times we are so used to calculators whereas Vedic Maths focusses on doing Mental Maths which keeps one`s brain active and Agilent.

Gaurav Sharma 09/11/2013

Gaurav Sharma 09/11/2013

Madhu, I would advise you to read through article again and write examples shown on a notebook so that it is more clear to you. If you want to learn Vedic Maths then you can get in touch with me at gaurav_sh6@hotmail.com.

Gaurav Sharma 09/11/2013

Gaurav Sharma 09/11/2013

Gaurav Sharma 10/11/2013

Hi Latha, I am teaching myself and your son can join one of the Weekend batches. Anyone can join the course, irrespective of age however courses are divided into Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced hence there are different levels of Vedic Maths course. For more details, you can mail me at gaurav_sh6@hotmail.com.

Gaurav Sharma 10/11/2013

Amit, my experience has been that learners had more interested in Regular Maths post learning Vedic Maths. It also depends how any subject is taught, hence you need to have a good teacher with a good teaching technique to teach such a subject.

Gaurav Sharma 10/11/2013

2 digit multiplication uses Base 100 as method hence instead of 1000 as Base use 100 as base

Amit Rathee 08/11/2013

As far as speed in calculations is considered its good to use vedic maths. But think ! If a person is good or fast in calculations does it means that he/she is good in mathematics. This may help in some problems of competitive exams which try to judge the speed of calculation.

Amit Rathee 08/11/2013

Learning of vedic maths is very good and its very interesting. But it is a little different from real mathematics. Vedic Maths offer tricks which may weak the interest of student in learning basic mathematics. This is good to learn these short tricks after learning basic of mathematics.

Madhu 07/11/2013

I was confused in doing this. Can you give more examples? Iam preparing for competative exams. So I think it may be useful to me

Latha Madhusudan 08/11/2013

SATISH RAMCHANDRA SHINGAVEKAR 08/11/2013

vedic maths should not be treated as substitute for regular maths. It should be learnt as interesting short cut method after getting familiar with the concepts of high school algebra.

Rahila 11/10/2013

yarr its realyy helpful n its awsum...... i got that 3 digit calculation i m not able to understand the 2 digit calculation...!!

Preetha 11/10/2013

Yes, I agree with you. Shortcuts are required and to be taught only after a child learns the concept via traditional method.

Megha Basu 10/10/2013

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

Gaurav 10/10/2013

Gaurav 10/10/2013