**Vedic Maths** is an ancient system of calculation found in the Vedas between 1911 and 1918 by Shri Bharati Krishna Tirathji. He was born in 1884 in Puri, Orrisa. He had a great hold in the subjects of Maths, Science, Sanskrit and Humanities. He had learnt these techniques from “Rig Veda”.

It helps faster calculations with a lot tricks, short cut methods also called as Sutras. There are 16 main sutras and 13 sub-sutras. They can be used in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus…. The Sanskrit term ” Veda” means “knowledge”. Conventionally we have doing calculations with a lot steps which slow down the speed. However with the Vedic system of calculations , one can excellently increase the speed of solving math problems .

**Shri Bharati Krishna Tirathji** took to self realization at Shringeri Matha with guidance of Shri Shankracharya, Shri Sachidananda Shiva Abhinava Narsimha Saraswati, He spent 7 years in deep meditation and study of Vedanta and lived the life of a Sadhu from 1911 to 1918. During this period , the 16 Sutras of **Vedic Maths** were made.

He was called **Shri Bharti Krishna Tirthaji** after being initiated into Sanyas in July 1919 by Shri Trivikram Teerathaji of Varanasi.

Shri Trivikram Tirathji appointed him as the Head of Dwarikapeeth in 1921. Later he headed the Govardhan Math Monastry, Puri, Orissa from 1925 to till his Mahasmadhi in the year 1960.

- Students are able to reduce their rough work
- They save time in calculations, therefore they are able to solve questions quickly.
- Students are more confident in maths to appear for tests and exams.
- Students generally score high in Olympiads and Competitions .
- It has simple methods of doing methods which can be easily comprehended by the students and hence they find maths easier.
- It makes maths interesting for them. Click here to know some of the ways.

- Schools who teach these methods of calculations are able to develop students for higher level of learning in maths. As the students are able to reduce their rough work and save time in calculations , they are able to solve questions quickly.
- Students are more confident in maths to appear for tests and exams.
- Students generally score high in Olympiads and Competitions .
- Teachers can easily be trained in short duration of training time.
- It has simple methods of doing methods which can be easily comprehended by the students.
- It makes maths interesting.

The most important feature of Vedic Mathematics system of learning is its logical methodology. For example, the Nikhilam method in subtraction,the subtraction technique of all from nine and last from 10 does not require children writing the whole numerical question in vertical order to do subtraction questions. With lesser time and lesser steps it helps them solve it saving a lot of time. This is very easy to pick up. In the general multiplication method, for example, it is easily reversed to allow one-line divisions and the simple squaring method can be reversed to show one-line square roots. It makes maths easy and do it with it speed increases their confidence.

Vedic Mathematics Methods of doing Maths helps to solve difficult sums easily and quickly. And these are systematic methods implying these are far easier than conventional methods taught in the school. It reduces a lot of steps for children and thereby increases their speed of calculation making them competitive. Hence it school competitions and Olympiads kids trained with this system of learning do better than other otherwise.

Nowadays the interest in Vedic System of Learning is growing a lot. The children are comfortably applying Vedic Sutras in Geometry, Calculus, Computing Etc.

It is said “Practice Makes the Man Perfect” , the more you practice the better is the speed of calculation and mental maths of the students.

S No. | NAME / SUTRA | COROLLORY / SUB-SUTRA | MEANING |

1 | Ekadhikena Purvena | Anurupyena | By one more than the previous one |

2 | Nikhilam Navatashcaramam Dashatah | Sisyate Sesasamjnah | All from 9 and the last from 10 |

3 | Urdhva-Tiryagbyham | Adyamadyenantyamantyena | Vertically and crosswise |

4 | Paravartya Yojayet | Kevalaih Saptakam Gunyat | Transpose and adjust |

5 | Shunyam Saamyasamuccaye | Vestanam | When the sum is the same that sum is zero |

6 | Anurupye Shunyamanyat | Shunya Anyat | If one is in ratio, the other is zero |

7 | Sankalana-vyavakalanabhyam | Yavadunam Tavadunikritya Varga Yojayet | By addition and by subtraction |

8 | Puranapuranabyham | Antyayordashake’pi | By the completion or non-completion |

9 | Chalana-Kalanabyham | Antyayoreva | Differences and Similarities |

10 | Yavadunam | Samuccayagunitah | Whatever the extent of its deficiency |

11 | Vyashtisamasthi | Lopanasthapanabhyam | Part and Whole |

12 | Shesanyankena Charamena | Vilokanam | The remainders by the last digit |

13 | Sopaantyadvayamantyam | Gunitasamuccayah Samuccayagunitah | The ultimate and twice the penultimate |

14 | Ekanyunena Purvena | Dhvajanka | By one less than the previous one |

15 | Gunitasamuchyah | Dwandwa Yoga | The product of the sum is equal to the sum of the product |

16 | Gunakasamuchyah | Adyam Antyam Madhyam | The factors of the sum is equal to the sum of the factors |

It can be started by kids when the they are in class 2 or class 3 , that means it can be started at 7/8 years of age. At this age one can easily do the basic speed building methods on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Higher Classes from class 6 onwards can do advance modules covering roots, cubes, squares , squares and other higher calculations apart from the basic modules

The Program has been divided into 4 modules. Each module is covered in 2 months.

Each batch as 5-6 students. Keeping the small batch ensures that each child gets quality learning and a great personal attention.

Yes, students are continuously assessed during the classes. Students are given assignments and tests are conducted at regular intervals.

Vedic way of learning makes maths simpler with a lot of tricks and techniques based on Vedic Sutras. And as per the Sutras done, the child can do sessions improvising and excelling in the calculative ability. And thereby for different age groups it is just one program and done once as a life skill program. In maths tuitions , the syllabus is different for each class and is based of conventional system of learning.

Yes definitely students calculate faster and mentally also by using techniques of Vedic Mathematics. Many of students have seen their speed rising by 10-20 times using this methods or Sutras. Not only they improve their skills on multiplication and division but also that of addition and subtraction.

Yes, Winaum Learning offers certified course to students. After the completion of the course, you get the certificate for the same.

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Yes Vedic Maths can be learnt online with the comfort of your home at your laptop/computer or mobile phone.

Yes, students are given assignments regularly for practice.

Vedic Maths program is divided broadly into two categories- Junior and Senior. In both the categories the students can do the program by completing the **four levels**. Each level requires 2 months, thereby in 8 months one can complete the entire program.

Vedic Maths requires specialists or experts in the field. Winaum Learning has trained teachers for the subject. You can enrol your child and make them practice as per the guidance by the teacher.

**Vedic Mathematics **is a system of reasoning and mathematical working based on ancient Indian teachings called **Veda**. It helps in normal computing, geometry, calculus , simplifies arithmetic and algebraic operations, thereby it has increasingly found acceptance the world over.

There are 16 main sutras and 13 sub sutras in Vedic Mathematics.