- Originally born in the vedic age.
- Rediscovered from Ancient Scripts between 1911 and 1918
- By Sri Bharati Krishna Thirthaji (1884 - 1960).
- It is based on Sixteen Sutras and Upasutras
- It is a super fast way of calculation.
- It is a mental tool for calculations.
- Encourages the development and use of intuition and innovation.
- Gives the student a lot of flexibility, fun an satisfaction.
- Highly beneficial for students who are appearing competitive exams.

Currently the world is going through a crisis in Mathematics Education. Numeracy levels of various countries have gone down and there are not many solutions in sight. We were going through the recent ASER 2014 Report released by the NGO Pratham and was aghast looking at the state of Maths Education in the country. According to the report in 2014 only 26.3% of std III children could do a two digit subtraction. Only 26.1% of children in Std V could do division. And in 2014 only 44.1% in std VIII could do a three digit by one digit division problem.

It is a global maths crisis we are witnessing today. Our children aren’t getting any better with maths and clearly the methods which we have in maths have failed. They hate maths so much so that failing in it has become a fashion statement – something to be proud about. In this backdrop of a global maths crisis, any solution which makes math simple and easy definitely calls the attention of students and teachers alike. Everybody wants a solution to make maths fun. This is where many solutions fit in like the Vedic Maths.

Vedic Maths is one such solution to the students for making Maths simple and easy. They get better at school, understand concepts and even apply the vedic maths rules to competitive examinations like the SAT, Common Admission Test (CAT) or GMAT.