You must have heard or read about Vedic Maths and often wondered what is it and whether
your children should learn it. Here is your quick guide to all about Vedic Maths.
Vedic Maths is an ancient methodology for fast and efficient calculation of numbers. It
history dates back to Vedas, the religious texts and earliest body of Indian scripture.
However, this methodology was lost in the time until it was revived by Indian
mathematician Jagadguru Shri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji between 1911 and 1918. The modern
Vedic Maths is based on 16 sutras (formulae) and 13 sub-sutras (sub-formulae) published in
his book ‘Vedic Mathematics’ in 1965. These concepts are useful in the following areas of
mathematics:
 Geometry
 Measurement
 Algebra
 Calculus
 Arithmetic
 Data commercial math

The benefits of Vedic Maths for your children are listed below:

Easy to Understand
Vedic Maths makes it easy for your children to understand the math subject. It has simple
tricks and techniques which they can apply anytime to solve math problems.
Faster Calculation
Vedic Maths makes elementary calculation 10-15 times faster. So, if your child is slow in
calculations, Vedic Maths can be useful to address this issue. It also reduces rough work and
multiple reworks and improves accuracy.
Solve Complex and Big Sums
Children often get overwhelmed when they have to solve complex or big sums. The panic
may make them do wrong calculations. However, Vedic Maths can remove their fear and
help them solve any kind of problem with ease.
Rank Higher in Competitive Exams
Be it Math Olympiad or competitive exams such as IIT JEE or CAT, students need to know
maths at the back of their hand. Vedic Math knowledge can come in handy to crack all the
exams successfully and get higher ranks.
Reduce Finger Counting

Several children use finger counting as a method even in higher grades. Finger counting is a
slow method and put the child behind in calculations. If they are appearing for math exams
in school, they may also not be able to complete the paper. Vedic Maths serves as a useful
tool to help your children reduce or eliminate dependency on finger counting.
Enhances Visualization
Vedic Maths requires children to make patterns in their mind and do multi-dimensional
thinking. This not only keeps their mind alert, but also increase their visualization ability. It
improves their mental math.
Develops Left Brain
Vedic Math is all about logic and reasoning. It trains children to make their left brain work
harder to solve even the most difficult sums through simpler and faster methods.
If you are looking for Vedic Maths classes for your children, click here.

About Prabha Kulkarni

Prabha is a retired teacher, who enjoys writing on various topics. Most of her current writing is currently influenced by her young grand-daughters, as she grapples with the differences in the world they will grow up in, and the one in which she spent the best years of her life. Prabha is also a proud technophile who plans to start her blog soon.

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