Vedic Mathematics is a blessing to everybody in this day and age when people’s numerical skills are deteriorating as the use of calculators is increasingly commencing at a younger age. Vedic Mathematics’ shorter, quicker and easy to remember techniques enable any student to do calculations faster than they would with conventional methods. Students of Vedic Mathematics dispel their fear of mathematics and gain a new-found confidence to work on any mathematical problem without apprehension.

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.

- Indian Mathematics
- Vedic Mathematics
- Sixteen Sutras And Upa Sutras
- Place Value

- Squares – Numbers Consists All Digit Of 1
- Squares – Numbers Consists All Digit Of 2
- Squares – Numbers Consists All Digit Of 3
- Squares – Numbers Consists All Digit Of 6
- Squares – Numbers Consists All Digit Of 9
- Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 1 & Rest Of All Digits 9
- Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 2 & Rest Of All Digits 9
- Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 3 & Rest Of All Digits 9
- Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 4 & Rest Of All Digits 9
- Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 5 & Rest Of All Digits 9
- Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 6 & Rest Of All Digits 9
- Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 7 & Rest Of All Digits 9
- Squares – Numbers Consists Unit Digit 8 & Rest Of All Digits 9

- Multiplying By 2
- Multiplying By 5
- Multiplying By 6
- Multiplying By 7
- Multiplying By 8
- Multiplying By 9
- Multiplying By 11
- Multiplying By 12
- Multiplying By 25
- Multiplying By 75

- Teen Number Multiplication
- Multiplication Two Digits – Line Method
- Multiplication Any Two Digit Number
- Multiplying 2 Numbers With The Same Ten’s Digit
- Multiplying Two Numbers That End In 5
- Multiplying By Numbers Ending In Zeros

- Squares Of Numbers Ending In 1
- Squares Of Numbers Ending In 5
- Squares Of Numbers Ending In 6
- Squares Of Numbers Ending In 4
- Squares Of Numbers Ending In 9

- Place Wise Addition – Shuddha Method
- Addition By Ekadhikena Purvena
- Addition – Using Zero Ending Method
- Adding Consecutive Number
- Adding Consecutive Numbers Starting From 1
- Finding The Sum Of All Odd Numbers Starting From 1
- Finding The Sum Of All Even Numbers Starting From 2

- Complements Using Nikhilam Navataha Caramam Dasatah
- Subtraction By Ekadhikena Purvena
- Subtraction By Nikhilam Navataha Caramam Dashtaha
- Starting Complements From The Middle Of The Sum
- Leaving Complements In The Middle Of The Sum
- Subtraction Of Similar Digits
- Complements More Than Once In The Same Sum

- Multiplication By 9,99,999… Case – 1
- Multiplication By 9,99,999… Case – 2
- Multiplication By 9,99,999… Case – 3
- Multiplication By 101
- Multiplication By 102
- Multiplication By 103
- Multiplication By 1001

Multiplication By 111 - Multiplication By 1111
- Antyayodashke ‘Pi’ – 10 Multiplications
- Antyayodashke ‘Pi’ – 100 Multiplications

Multiplication By 13

Multiplication By 14

Multiplication By 15

Multiplication By 16

Multiplication By 17

Multiplication By 18

Multiplication By 19

Multiplication By 21

Multiplication Any Three Digit Number – Line Method

Multiplication Any Three Digit Number

Multiplication Any Four Digit Number

Base Multiplication Both The Numbers Are Less Than The Base

Base Multiplication Both The Number Are More Than The Base

Base Multiplication One More & One Less Than The Base Number

Working Base Multiplication Less Then The Base 100

Working Base Multiplication Less Then The Base 1000

Working Base Multiplication Less Then The Base 10000

Square Of Number Less Than The Base

Square Of Number More Than The Base

Square Of Numbers When The Surplus Or Deficit Is A Very Large Value From Nearest Base

Squares Of Numbers Near 50, 500, 5000 …

Division By Nine Nikhilam Method

Division By Single Digit Divisor-Eight

Division By Single Digit Divisor-Seven

Division By Single Digit Divisor-Six

Division By Numbers Less Than The Base

Navashesha- Computation

Navashesha-Check For Addition

Navashesha-Check For Subtraction

Navashesha-Check For Multiplication

Navashesha-Check For Division

Sum Of Products Single Digit Multiplier

Sum Of Products Two Digit Multiplier

Sum Of Products Three Digit Multiplier

Sum Of Products Four Digit Multiplier

- Divisibility By 2
- Divisibility By 3
- Divisibility By 4
- Divisibility By 5
- Divisibility By 6
- Divisibility By 7
- Divisibility By 8
- Divisibility By 9
- Divisibility By 11
- Divisibility By 7 Ekadhika
- Divisibility By 13 Ekadhika
- Divisibility Test For Divisor Ending In 9
- Divisibility Test For Divisor Ending In 3
- Divisibility Test For Divisor Ending In 1
- Divisibility Test For Divisor Ending In 7

- Multiplication – Five Digit Number
- Multiplication – Eight Digit Number
- Multiplication – Moving Multiplier

Duplex / Dwandwa Yoga

Square Of Any Two Digit Number

Square Of Any Three Digit Number

Square Of Any Four Digit Number

Square Of Any Five Digit Number

Multiplication Of Two Numbers – Difference Is 1

Multiplication Of Two Numbers – Difference Is 2

Multiplication Of Two Numbers – Difference Is 3

Multiplication Of Two Numbers – Difference Is 4

Cubes – Using Anurupyena

Cubes- Numbers More Than The Base

Cubes Numbers Less Than The Base

Cubes Numbers – Working Base

Square Root Of Exact Square

Cube Root Of Exact Cubes Up To 6 Digits

Cube Root Of Exact Cubes 7 – 10 Digits

Division – Paravartya Yojayet

Division – Paravartya Yojayet – Case 2

Straight Division – Dwajanka

Division – Dwajanka- Alternate Remainder

Division – Dwajanka- Has More Digits Than The Main Divisor

Normal To Vinculum Conversion

Vinculum To Normal Conversion

Vinculum Subtraction

Simultaneous Addition & Subtraction

- Left To Right Addition

Left To Right Subtraction

Left To Right Multiplication

Vinculum-Multiplication

Vinculum-Division

Multiplication Using Average

Group Multiplication

Series Multiplication

Series Multiplication – Near To Base

Series Multiplication – Near To Working Base

Decimals – Addition Of Decimal Numbers

Decimals – Subtraction Of Decimal Numbers

Multiplication Of Decimal Numbers

Division – With Decimal Points And Decimal Division

Fractions – Addition And Subtraction Of Fractions

Adding Using Vertically And Crosswise With Coprime Denominators

Vertically And Crosswise For Non-Coprime Denominators

Comparing Fractions

Multiplying Fractions

Dividing By A Fraction

Mixed Practice

Proportion – Solving Ratio Equations

Problems In Direct Proportion

Problems In Indirect Proportion

Dividing The Quantity In A Given Ratio

Aryabhatta’s Method Of Finding The Square Root

Square Roots By Dwandwa Yoga (Duplex) Method

Cube Root-Division Method

Averages – Using Module To Find The Average

Percentages

Percentage Increase

Percentage Reductions

HCF-Vilokanam

HCF-Using Lopana Sthapanbhyam (Elimination And Retention)

LCM By Vertically And Crosswise

LCM Using Anurupyena ( Proportionately)

LCM – Using Vyasti Samstih (Specific And General)

Simple Equation Solving Equation By Transpose And Adjust

Simple Equation First Principles

Type 1 : If The Equation Is In The Form Of Ax + B = Cx + D

Type 2 : If The Equation Is In The Form Of (X+A) (X+B) = (X+C) (X+D)

Type 3 : If The Equation Is In The Form Of

Type 4 : If The Equation Is In The Form Of

Solving Simultaneous Equations

The Products Of Sum And Differences

Sum/Products Of Squares – Dwandwa Yoga

Sum/Products Of Squares – Nikhilam

Multiplication With Squares Of A Number

Sum Or Difference Of Cubes

Product With Cubes Of Two Digit Number

Division Of Sums

Division Of Products

Division Of Sums Of Products

Division Of Product Of Sums

Division Of Squares And Cubes

Square Roots Of Sum Or Product Of Numbers

Square Roots Of Sums Of Squares

Mr. Vinuthan S, a Mechanical Engineer from AIT Chikkamagalur. His passion towards education field initiated the journey in 2001 since then he has been into various segments of education.

In 2011 he founded VASISTA Eduventures focusing on After School Kids Education. He researches in Indian Ancient Knowledge. He has pioneered with the programs like Vedic Maths and Tarka Shastra. He has been teaching Vedic Maths since 8 years, conducted many workshops trained around 500+ teachers, 10000+ students. Under his able mentoring many individuals largely women have been empowered , to be successful entreprenuers through franchise network.