** advantages of Vedic Maths, its features, and **how its **application** in maths, technology have given benefits to children in school and in the real world. It has worked wonders and made maths look so easy for everyone. The credit for this goes to Shri Bharti Krishna Tirathji who is also called the Father of Vedic Maths. He wrote a book on it and it was called – Vedic Mathematics. We have written about – What is Vedic Maths? check here. The book had several sutras for faster calculations and his methodology has become popular the world over. Please find below the advantages and application of Vedic Maths in detail below.

**advantage of Vedic Maths** lies in its coherence. The method of learning Vedic Maths has techniques that are excellently related to each other. They are systematically connected and work in a unified way. For example, the Speed building method of addition is related to speed building methods of multiplication. And these methods are easy to learn and implement while doing maths sums. Working through the methods of Vedic Maths are logical and consistent.

The second **advantage of Vedic Maths** is its shortcut methods. Vedic Maths has a lot of time-saving techniques which are called Vedic Sutras. Vedic Sutras are shortcut tricks and techniques or one can call them formulas for doing faster calculations. Not only one develops in speed in the calculation but it also gives accurate answers.

Rote learning of tables is a big problem for children and many time children are scolded by the parents in case they miss to anwer the tables. Incase the child has learnt Vedic Maths there is no need to learn tables beyond the table of nine. All the tables upto 19 or even higher calculations in multiplication can easily be done with the help of Vedic Maths.

**advantage of Vedic Maths** is that it can be learned short term. The duration of the course for Vedic Maths is just 8 months. The children from grade 3 to grade 5 can do junior Vedic Maths courses and students from grade 6 to grade 10 can do senior Vedic Maths programs. One can check the syllabus of Vedic Maths.

**DSP Application :**

One of the sutras in Vedic Maths is called Nikhilam Sutra. Vedic Multiplier is based on this Sutra. It is said to be faster when implemented in the hardware. This multiplier can be efficiently used in any DSP application or in any DSP processor that requires low power consumption.

DSP implies Digital Signal Processing. The DSP operations are one of the important concepts in engineering. Some of the examples are Audio compression, digital image processing, compression of videos, speech processing, and recognition, digital communications, radio detection, and ranging systems, seismology, and sound navigation and ranging systems are examples of digital signal processing applications

The concept of multiplication as explained in Vedic Sutras of Nikhilam is used for the designing of DSP operations.

**Use in Technology:**

Vedic Maths Sutras are also used in technology. Now guess which one would this be. This is ‘ Ekadhikina Purvena and EkanyunenaPurvena. An example is “ i<-i+1 or i<–i−1 “ which is used in the software. This has also been used in many android applications.

Algebra is a branch of mathematics that deals with symbols and these symbols reflect quantities without fixed values, called variables and here equations represent relationships between variables. It has operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Vedic Maths helps in building speed and accuracy in calculations which are based on addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, squares, roots, and higher calculations. Hence the students of Vedic Maths can easily apply the Vedic Sutras in algebra. As a result of their calculations shall be faster with accuracy than usual methods as taught in the school. This will eventually help in scoring high for kids in exams or olympiads.

Geometry has topics on angles, shapes, lines, and space and is very useful in arts, architecture, and astronomy. Calculating area for example of a rectangle requires multiplication as the formula for the same is -length x breadth. The perimeter of a 2D shape implies you have to give the total distance around the specific shape, which implies adding all sides.

So, doing Geometry also involves the use of arithmetic operations implying if one is good at Vedic Maths, he or she will be good at Geometry and thereby shall also be more skillful in arts, architecture, and astronomy.