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**A HANDBOOK ON VEDIC MATHEMATICS**

## Contents

PREFACE

INTRODUCTION

FOREWORD

CHAPTER 1

History of Numbers

CHAPTER 2

Addition

CHAPTER 3

Subtraction

CHAPTER 4

Multiplication

CHAPTER 5

Division

CHAPTER 6

Squaring and Cubing

CHAPTER 7

Square Root

CHAPTER 8

Cube Root of Exact Cubes

CHAPTER 9

Special Properties of the No 9

CHAPTER 10

Use of Digital Roots For Verification of Answers

CHAPTER 11

Multiplication on Your Finger-Tips

**A MODERN INTRODUCTION TO ANCIENT INDIAN MATHEMATICS**

## Details

Author T. S. Bhanu Murthy, 1992.

Paperback: 272 pages

Publisher: New Age International Pvt Ltd Publishers (30 July 2009)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 812242600X

ISBN-13: 978-8122426007

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## Contents

Preface iii

I. Integers 1

1. The Decimal Place value System 1

2. Divisibilty 5

3. Greatest Common Divisor and Least Common Multuiple 15

4. Simple Continued Fractions 20

5. The Euler Function 26

6. The Mobius u-function 30

7. Congruences

II. Topics in Sri Bharathi Krishna Thirtha's Vedic mathematics 59

1. Some questions of divisibilty 59

2. Recurring Decimals 65

**N.B. this contents is not complete**

## Description

The purpose of this book is to draw the attention of students and teachers of mathematics to the historical continuity of Indian Mathematics. Starting from the Sulba Sutras of the Vedas up to the 17th century. The book includes proofs, not presented so far, of the propositions started in the well known treatise Vedic Mathematics by Sri Bharati Krishna Teertha. It also introduces to the modern reader the work of Aryabhata, Brahmagupta Bhaskara and Madhava.

**A PEEP INTO VEDIC MATHEMATICS.**

**ALL YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT VEDIC MATHEMATICS**

## Details

Author: Pradeep Kumar, 2002.

Hardcover: 144 pages

Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass, (30 Sep 2002)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 8120723783

ISBN-13: 978-8120723788

## Contents

Preface

Multiplication

CHAPTER 1

FIRST FORMULA

Multiplying two-digit numbers by two-digit numbers

Multiplying three-digit numbers by three-digit numbers

Applications

CHAPTER 2

QUICK FORMULA

Multiplication of digits near 100

Multiplication of digits near 50

Multiplication of digits near 200

Multiplication of digits near 150

The Importance of bases in Quick Formula

CHAPTER 3

CRISS-CROSS TECHNIQUE

Multiplying two-digit numbers by two-digit numbers

Multiplying three-digit numbers by two-digit numbers

Multiplying four-digit numbers by two-digit numbers

Multiplying five-digit numbers by two-digit numbers

Multiplying three-digit numbers by three-digit numbers

Multiplying four-digit numbers by three-digit numbers

CHAPTER 4

MENTAL MULTIPLICATION TECHNIQUES

Multiplying two-digit numbers by two-digit numbers

Multiplying three-digit numbers by two-digit numbers

Multiplying four-digit numbers by two-digit numbers

Multiplying five-digit numbers by two-digit numbers

Multiplying three-digit numbers by three-digit numbers

DIVISION

CHAPTER 1

Real Magic

Denominator ending with 9

Denominator ending with 8

Denominator ending with other digits

Numerator having more than one digit after the decimal

CHAPTER 2

CRISS-CROSS TECHNIQUE

Division format

Division of a number by a smaller three-digit number (Flag digit = 1)

Division of a number by a larger three-digit number (Flag digit = 2)

Division of a number by a four-digit number

Decimal division

SQUARES

Squares of a number ending with 5

Finding squares of an adjacent number

Forward method

Reverse method

Mental formula for finding squares

CUBES

Square Roots

Square root of a perfect square

Finding the square root in decimals

CUBES ROOTS

Simultaneous Equations

Peculiar Types --- Type I, Type II

A Word to all Maths Enthusiasts

The ‘Achiever’ Institute

## Description

This book presents the method of fast calculations. This magical tool is based on ancient Indian principles and is unique in its field and help enhance your calculating speed without having to resort to the abacus or electronic computing machines..

‘Vedic Mathematics’ is a magical, method of fast calculations. This magic tool is based on ancient Indian principles. It is unique in it’s field, and helps enhance the calculating speed of students, without having to resort to the abacus or electronic computing machines.

This book will give you the cutting edge in crucial examinations that can help you steer your career towards the pinnacle of success.

**Encyclopaedia of Vedic Mathematics**

## Details

Author: G. P. Phatak

Publisher: Discovery Publishing Pvt.Ltd

Language: English

ISBN-10: 8183563503

ISBN-13: 978-8183563505

3 Volume Set

## Contents

Volume. I:

An Overview of the Indian Mathematics,

Applications of Vedic Mathematics,

The History of Vedic Mathematics,

Partial Fractions in Integration,

The Vedic Mathematics Sutras,

Sulbasutras of the Vedic Mathematics,

The Principles of Vedic Mathematics.

Volume. II:

Briefing of the Vedic Mathematics,

Vedic Mathematicians in Ancient India and the Celestial Timekeepers,

Vedic Mathematical Formulae,

Factorization of Quadratics,

Vedic Mathematics: The Ancient Indian Knowledge.

Volume. III:

Vedic Mathematics, A Forgotten Science,

Why the Vedic Mathematics Important?,

Glimpse of Vedic Mathematics,

Multi Dimensions of Time and Space,

Mathematics and the Spiritual Dimension,

Vedic Mathematics Teaching Methodology,

Indian Mathematics: Redressing the Balance

**Encyclopaedia of Vedic Mathematics**

**Encyclopaedia of Vedic Mathematics**

**Enjoy Vedic Mathematics**

**Essence Of Vedic Mathematics**

**For Competitive Exams Vedic Mathematics MADE EASY**

## Details

Author: Pt. Ramnandan Shastri

Paperback: 120 pages

Publisher: Arihant; 2012 edition (1 September 2010)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 818348624X

ISBN-13: 978-8183486248

## Contents

• Sixteen Sutras of Vedic Mathematics

• Addition

• Subtraction

• Multiplication

• Division

• Divisibility

• Square and Square Root

• Cube and Cube Root

• Decimals

• Factorization

• Highest Common Factor (HCF)

• Simple Equations

• Quadratic Equations

• Cubic Equations

• Biquadratic Equations

• Simultaneous Equations

• Factorizations and Differential Calculus

• Partial Fractions

• Integration by Partial Fractions

• Pythagoras Theorem

• Appolonius Theorem

• Analytical Geometry

• Hints and Solutions

## Description

Originating from an unparalleled confluence of religion and science, Vedic mathematics is a unique approach to understanding and solving mathematical problems. It has for long been used in solving both basic, as well as, advanced level arithmetic. This book introduces the readers to the complete precepts of Vedic mathematics in a simplified and easy-to-learn manner.

Beginning with an introduction to its origin and brief history, the book goes on to present the sixteen founding principles of Vedic mathematics. First, It covers basic mathematical processes including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It also takes up frequently used concepts of Highest Common Factor (HCF), divisibility, factorization, decimals, squares, cubes, and roots.

The book goes on to explore various types of equations that form part of most mathematical calculations. It covers simple equations, quadratic equations, biquadratic equations, and simultaneous equations among others. More advanced topics like differential calculus, partial fractions, and integration by partial fractions have also been explained using the principles of Vedic Mathematics.

**Ganitacintamani (The Fabulous Gem of Mathematics)**

## Details

Author Srimajjagadguru Sankaracarya Svami Niscalananda Sarasvati

Publisher: Swasti Prakashan Samsthan, 2007

Language: English

Paperback: 116 pages

## Description

The present work Ganitacintamani gives a logical insight to the understanding of 0 and 1 in philosophical, co-mathematical and perspective language, hence, considered as an epoch-making work in the field of Mathematics which will re-visit, rectify and revolutionize Mathematics and thereby all branches of sciences. One would benefit in understanding the intricate concepts by personally visiting Sri Govardhan Peetham.

**How To Become A Human Calculator?: With The Magic Of Vedic Maths**

## Details

Author: Aditi Singhal

Paperback: 224 pages

Publisher: S. Chand Publishing (1 Jun 2011)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 8121939216

ISBN-13: 978-8121939218

## Contents

Vedic Math E-MAgic

Two basic concepts of Vedic Mathematics

Subtraction at one look

Multipication with 9999.... in less than 5 seconds

Magic with 11| Multiplying of numbers near the bases

Multiplication by 5, 25, 50, 250, 500...

Vertical & Crosswise Multiplication

Interesting squares

Finding Squares in one line

Fractions

Division

Long division in one line

Square roots in one line

Cube roots at a glance

Cubes | Magic Division

Checking Divisibility by prime umber

500 years calendar

Application of vedic Maths in Competition Exams

Test Papers

Answer

Testimonials

## Description

How To Become A Human Calculator?: With The Magic Of Vedic Maths is a book that helps its readers effectively master mathematical calculations. How To Become A Human Calculator? With The Magic Of Vedic Maths provides a step-by-step approach to master concepts of mathematical calculation and problem solving. The book is aimed at everyone, including students, teachers, professionals, and aspirants of competitive exams like GRE, GMAT, MBA, and UPSC. In How To Become A Human Calculator? With The Magic Of Vedic Maths, Aditi Singhal, considered a mathematical genius herself, explains several concepts in simple, easy-to-understand terms. The book contains over 500 solved examples to demonstrate these concepts. The book first introduces two basic concepts of Vedic mathematics. This is followed by other topics like magic with the number eleven, interesting squares, cube roots at a glance, magic division, and a calendar for 500 years. The book also discusses the ways in which Vedic mathematics can be applied successfully in competitive exams. Tabular presentation and color codes are used to highlight important points in the book. Every technique is followed by general guidelines to implement the same. Plenty of exercises accompany every topic, letting the reader practise problem solving and thereby master the concept. Several test papers and corresponding answers have been provided at the end of the book.

**INTRODUCTION TO VEDIC MATHEMATICS parts 1 & 2**

**ISSUES IN VEDIC MATHEMATICS**

## Details

Title: Issues in Vedic mathematics: proceedings of the National Workshop on Vedic Mathematics, 25-28 March, 1988, at the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur

Authors: Harish Chandra Khare, Maharshi Sandipani Rashtriya Ved Vidya Pratishthan

Editor: Harish Chandra Khare

Contributor: Harish Chandra Khare

Publisher: Rashtriya Veda Vidya Pratishthan in association with Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1991

Original: from the University of California

ISBN: 8120809440, 9788120809444

Length 139 pages

## Contents

Report on the Workshop

Welcome Address

Vedic Mathematics

Inaugural Address

Address by the Chief Guest

Address

Vedic Mathematics - The Deceptive Title of Swamiji's Book

An Overview of Vedic Mathematics

On Factorisation and Partial Fractions

Operational Techniques

Mathematics for Joy

Synthesis of Scientific Understanding of Human Personality

Leading Mathematicians of Ancient India

Structural Frames and Systems of Ganita Sutras

Propagation of Vedic Mathematics

Vedas as Science

Vedic Mathematics - Some Ramifications

Vedic Mathematics - An Appraisal for the Perspective of Modern Mathematics

Glimpses of Mathematical Tradition of Ancient India and Its Transmission to Other Countires

Vedika Ganita Upadayata

Planetary Theory in Panchasiddhantika

Recommendations

Appendices

**Magical World of Mathematics (Vedic Mathematics)**

## Details

Author: V. G. Unkalkar

Paperback: 250 pages

Publisher: Vedic Maths Forum India; 2008 edition (November 1, 2005)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 8190266608

ISBN-13: 978-8190266604

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## Contents

INDEX

1. Sixteen Vedic Sutras

2. Basic terems and laws

3. Algebra

4. Beejank & Vedic Check

5. Vinculum Number

6. Addition & Subtraction

7. Multiplication tables

MULTIPLICATION

8. Nikhilam Method I

9. Nikhilam Method II

10. Some useful Formulae

11. Vertically & Crosswise method

12. Multiplication at a glance

13. Compound Multiplication - I

14. Compound Multiplication - II

DIVISION

15. Dhwajank and Nikhilam Method

16. Paravartya Method

17. Straight Division

SQUARE & SQUARE ROOT

18. Squaring of Numbers

19. Square root of Numbers

20. Square & Square root of algebraic terms

CUBE AND CUBE ROOT

21. Cubing of Numbers

22. Cube Root of Perfect Cubes

23. Recurring decimals

24. Decimals of reciprocals & Fractions

25. Divisibility

26. Raising a number to higher powers

27. Factorisation

28. Equations

29. Changing the roots of an equation

30. Pythagoras Theorem

31. Magic Squares

32. Easy Multiplication with some Numbers

33. Fun with Figures

## Description

**MAGIC SQUARES THE VEDIC METHOD**

## Mathematics Tricks Using the Vedic System

## Details

Author: Vali Nasser

Paperback: 96 pages

Publisher: Lulu.com (13 April 2008)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 1435716043

ISBN-13: 978-1435716049

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## Contents

**Chapter 1**

Multiplying by 11 and 11 quickly

**Chapter 2**

A quick method to multiply by 9's

**Chapter 3**

This trick shows how you can square numbers between 1 & 19 with ease

**Chapter 4**

Subtract double-digit numbers with speed

**Chapter 5**

Subtract from numbers such as 1000,2000,3000 and more quickly

**Chapter 6**

the difference of two squares

**Chapter 7**

An Elegant method of sqauring numbers ending in 5

**Chapter 8**

Multiplication when all the digitis before the last digit are the same

the last digitis add up to 10 - This is an extension of the previous method

**Chapter 9**

Use Duplexes to find squares of any two-digit numbers

**Chapter 10**

Use Duplexes to the square of any 3-digit number

**Chapter 11**

Remember Pi to 6 and 18 decimal places

**Chapter 12**

Kilometes and Miles

**Chapter 13**

Divisibility by 9 & 11

**Chapter 14**

Fast method of Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100 and 1000

**Chapter 15**

A smart rule for Multiplying 2 x 2 digits

Working with Base 100 and Base 50 multiplication

**Chapter 16**

Multiplying any number by 12 - a shortcut method

**Chapter 17**

Multiplying any number by 12 - a shortcut method

**Chapter 18**

Quick way of dividing by 2, 4 and 8

**Chapter 19**

A smart way to divide by 9

**Chapter 20**

Dividing by 11

**Chapter 21**

Converting recurring decimals into fractions

**Chapter 22**

Estimating

**Chapter 23**

Working out significant Figures (s.f.)

**Chapter 24**

Standard Index Form

**Chapter 25**

Multiplication revisited

**Chapter 26**

general approach to 3 x 3 multiplication

**Chapter 27**

Add subtract fractions quickly

**Chapter 28**

Adding and subtracting mixed numbers

**Chapter 29**

Multiplying fractions

**Chapter 30**

Division of fractions

**Chapter 31**

Converting a mixed number to a fraction

**Chapter 32**

Multiplying mixed numbers together

**Chapter 33**

Dividing mixed numbers together

**Chapter 34**

Finding the nth term of common sequences

**Chapter 35**

Sqaure roots

**Chapter 36**

Cube and cube roots

**Chapter 37**

proportions and Rations

**Chapter 38**

Positive and negative numbers

Adding and subtracting

**Chapter 39**

Multiplying positive and negative numbers

**Chapter 40**

Rules concerning operation of numbers

**Chapter 41**

Solve simultaneous equations with ease

**Chapter 42**

Trigonometry

**Chapter 43**

Basic Statistics

**Chapter 44**

Quickly work out percentages

**Chapter 45**

Multiplying out brackets

**Chapter 46**

using Duplexes to work out the aquare of a two term algebraic expression

**Chapter 47**

Factorising quadratic expressions

**Chapter 48**

The formula method of solving quadratic equations

**Chapter 49**

Manipulating Indices/Exponents with ease

**Chapter 50**

Recurring percantage change

## Description

The author’s first book ‘Speed Mathematics Using the Vedic System’ has gained a significant following.

This sequel ’Mathematics Tricks using the Vedic System’ has more tricks that will prove useful for middle, high School(grades 10 & 11) and college students.

For high school students the following topics in Speed Mathematics will prove useful:

Factorising/factoring, indices/exponents, simultaneous equations,quadratic equations and trigonometry. The same set of students will find duplex methods of squaring 2 & 3-digit numbers, expanding algebraic expressions,finding square roots,cube roots and solving problems involving repetitive percentage change also useful. In addition some topics in statistics are included.

Several mnemonics are also included to help the younger student remember pi, basic trig as well as understand the differences between mean, median, mode and range.

Hopefully, teachers will see the value of these techniques in order to motivate their students.

**MATHS OR MAGIC?: SIMPLE VEDIC ARITHMETIC METHODS**

**Simplifications made easy with "VEDIC MATHEMATICS"**

## Details

Author, Contributor, Editor: Lammatha Srinivasa Rao

Paperback: 144 pages

Publisher: Vijaya Narasimha Publications; 2 edition (2013)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 8192835804

ISBN-13: 978-8192835808

## Description

We come across many numerical problems in our daily life and especially in competitive examinations. We would be unable to solve all these perfectly within a while. Forsake of the same, we need some extra-ordinary techniques, we find them in this book. The objective of this book is to unleash the latent potential of your mind and help you to make yourself as a quick human calculator in every sphere of life. I (author and publisher) believe, this book teaches you to solve problems within a while, and develops the inherent intelligence potential. The methods involved in this book enhance problem solving activities. Efforts have been made to provide information about improving fastness in basic simplification of mathematics in this small book. Readers are required giver their opinions if any.

**Speed Arithmetic (Based on Vedic Word-Formulas) Third Edition**

## Details

Author: T.A. Ramasubban

Paperback: 236 pages

Publisher: Vijaya Ramasubban; Third edition edition (December 31, 2010)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 8175253444

ISBN-13: 978-8175253445

## Contents

Chapter 1 The Number system 1-18

Chapter 2 Prime Numbers 19-27

Chapter 3 Complement and Vinculum 28-35

Chapter 4 Addition and Subtraction 36-41

Chapter 5 Multiplication 42-74

Chapter 6 Squares Cubes and higher Power 75-86

Chapter 7 Division 87-113

Chapter 8 Divisibility 114-125

Chapter 10 HCF and LCM 126-133

Chapter 10 Fraction Percentages and Procuring Decimals 134-163

Chapter 11 Auxilary Fractions 164-171

Chapter 12 Extraction of Square Roots 172-187

Chapter 13 Extraction of Cube roots 188-200

Chapter 14 Extraction of Roots of Numbers 201-211

**Speed Incentive Via Vedic Maths**

**Speed Mathematics - An Introduction**

**SPEED MATHEMATICS USING THE VEDIC SYSTEM**

## Details

Author Vali Nasser, 2004.

Paperback: 116 pages

Product Dimensions: 9.0 x 6.0 x 0.3 inches

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc.

ISBN: 141161061X

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## Contents

Introduction - 5

Chapter 1 - 7

Working with base 10 - 7

Summary of key Points - 9

Multiplying by 11 - 10

Multiplication of Numbers between 10 and 20 - 12

Chapter 2 - 15

Subtraction - 15

Chapter 3 - 19

Multiplying by 10,100 and 1000 - 19

Chapter 4 - 23

Working with base 20 - 23

Practise questions for working with base 20 - 25

General rule for multiplying 2 x 2 digits - 25

Base 100 and Base 50 Multipication - 29

Chapter 5 - 34

Special case (1) - 34

Special case (2) - 35

Chapter 6 - 37

Division - 37

Chapter 7 - 42

Fractions, decimal and percentage equivalents - 42

Chapter 8 - 47

Interesting Fractions - 47

Chapter 9 - 49

Number Sequences - 49

Chapter 10 - 54

Estimating - 54

Chapter 11 - 59

Multiplication revisited - 59

Chapter 12 - 63

general approach to 3 x 3 multiplicaiton - 63

Chapter 13 - 71

Fractions - 71

Adding and subtracting mixed numbers 73

Multiplying Fractions - 74

Division of Fractions - 75

Converting a mixed number to a fraction - 76

Multiplying a mixed number together - 77

Dividing mixed numbers togther - 78

Chapter 14 - 80

Proportions and ratios - 80

Chapter 15 - 82

Square Roots and Cube Roots - 82

Chapter 16 86

Introduction to Algebra - 86

Chapter 17 - 92

Algebraic Substitution - 92

Chapter 18 - 94

Simple Equations - 94

Chapter 19 - 99

Simultaneous Equations - 99

## Description

Speed Mathematics using the Vedic system makes learning basic mathematics more rewarding. The average pupil will be able to work out calculations such as 46X44, 95X95 and 116X114 mentally, often faster than a calculator. Pupils will understand how to work out squares,cubes, percentages,fractions,and equations with ease. Paper and pencil will still be required for most questions, but the speed and accuracy of calculations will improve significantly. This in turn motivates pupils to learn more. This book provides smart strategies for mastering basic Number work and Algebra. These two areas are the building blocks in mathematics. Once pupils can master these aspects they will feel confident to tackle other branches of mathematics. This book is suitable for children from 10 to 14 years of age, but adults who have found mathematics difficult in the past will also benefit from it.

**Study of Vedic Mathematics - Book I &II**

## Details

Author: S. Keshava Murthy

Paperback: 82 pages

Publisher: S. Keshava Murthy; 2012 edition (2007)

Language: English

ASIN: B00V3EE7IS

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**Swami Bharati Krishna Tirtha's Vedic Mathematics**

## Details

Author: Lambert M Surhone

Paperback, Pages 130

Publisher: Betascript Publishing (9 Aug 2010)

ISBN-13-9786131144370

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**The Essentials of Vedic Mathematics**

## Details

Author: Rajesh Kumar Thakur

Paperback: 296 pages

Publisher: Rupa (1 April 2013)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 8129123746

ISBN-13: 978-8129123749

## Contents

Foreword

Prefacce

What is vedic Mathematics?

Why is Vedic mathematics Essential?

Vedic Sutras

Vedic Sub-Sutra

1 Addition: Introduction, Vedic sutras for

addition - purana puranabhyam, Sankalan

Vyavkalanabhyama and Ekadhikena Purvena.

Meaning of Vedic Sutras and their applications.

2 Subtraction: Introduction, Vedic Sutra for

subtraction - Nikhilam Navatascaramam

Dastatah and Vinculum. Meaning and

application, Digit Sperator Method for

subtraction.

3 Muliplication: INtroduction, Vedic sutras:-

Antyayor dasakepi, Nikhilam Navatascaramam

Dastatah, Anurupyena, Ekanyuena Purvena,

Antyayoshatakepi, Vamanlvavoh Dasake api,

Vamanlyayoh Dasake Gunijah Api and Urdhva-

Tiryak, their meanings and applications.

Dot and Stick method of multiplication,

Multiplication of three numbers,

Multiplication of four numbers.

4 Multiplication through Observation:

Introduction, Multiplication of a number

through 11, 111, 1111, 25, 125, 625, 5, 50

51 etc.

5 Multiplication in Algebra: Introduction,

Urdhva Tiryagbyama sutra of multiplicaiton

of Binomial and Trinomials. Multiplication of

polynomials havin an unequal number of terms.

6 Division: Introduction, vedic Sutra Nikhilam,

Paravartya Yojayet, Urdhva Tiryag and Dhwajanka

method - their meaning and applications.

7 Square: Introduction, Vedic Method for

squaring: Ekadhikena Purvena, Yavadunam

Tavduni Kritya Vargena Yojayet, Duplex method

and Urdhva Tiryagbhyam, its meaning and

applications.

8 Square Root: Introduction, Vilokanam and

Duplex Vedic Method of finding square root.

9 Square Root of Irrational Number: Introduction,

Vedic method Vilokanam and use of Differential

Calculus in extrating square root.

10 Cube: Introduction, Vedic Sutras: Yavadunam,

Anurupyena and Nikhilam, their meanings and

applications.

11 Cube Root: Introduction, Vedic Method

Vilokanam and Beejanl for finding the cube

root of any number.

12 Fourth Power of a number: Introduction,

Pascal Triangle, the method of finding the

fourth power of a number

13 Fourth Root of a Number: Introduction, Vedic

sutra - Vilokanam, its meaning and application.

14 Simultaneous Equation: Introduction, vedic

method - Paravartya Yojayet, Anurupye Sunyam

anyat, Sankalana - Vyavkalana Bhyam, their

meanings and applciations.

15 Cube Factorization: Introduction, Vedic method

- Gunit Samucchaye Samuccaye Gunita, their

meanings and applciations.

16 Quadratic Equation: Introduction, different

Vedic sutras - Vilokanam, sunyam samya

samuccaya, Anurupye and sunyam anyat -

their meanings and applciations.

17 Casting out nines: Introduction, Fundamental

Rule of Navasesh, Vedic method of checking

the accuracy of addition, subtarction,

multiplication, division, square and cube.

18 Trigonometry: Introduxtion, How to compute

Pythagorean Triplets, Computing trigonometric

ratio of Sin A, Sin 2A, Sin 3A, Sin A/2 Sum

and Difference of Compound Angles etc.

19 Questions for Pratice

20 Feedback from Students

21 Bibliography

## Description

The Essentials of Vedic Mathematics. A handy and useful guide to mastering Vedic mathematics without any help from experts. Vedic mathematics is an ancient technique consisting of sixteen sutras and sixteen sub-sutras. It simplifies not only the fundamental arithmetic operations, such as multiplication and division, but also more advanced concepts such as simultaneous equations, quadratic equations, the factorization of cubic equations, and so on. This mathematical technique is rapidly emerging as a tool for students appearing in various competitive examinations, including CAT, MAT, XAT, SAT, engineering and banking examinations, where speed and accuracy play a vital role.

As a bonus for students, Rajesh Kumar Thakur has also included in this book chapters for CBSE and ICSE board examinations. Written in simple and lucid language, The Essentials of Vedic Mathematics has been designed to benefit the maximum number of readers. Now you can comprehend the basics of Vedic mathematics without any help from experts.

**THE MAGIC OF NINE IN VEDIC MATHEMATICS**

## Details

This book contains 156 photocopied pages, is computer-typed, highly illustrated, the book is a golden rectangle but fitted or orientated to A4 landscape , and wire bound.

Author Jain.

Self Published in 2001 First Edition

ISBN: 0 9594180-7-5

## Contents

Two Opening Prayers, by Jain (p9)

• Short Biography on Swami Bharati Krsna Tirthaji (p11)

• Introduction: (p14)

- Part A (p15)

- Squaring 2 Digit Numbers (p16)

- Squaring 3 Digit Numbers (p17)

- Squaring 4 Digit Numbers (p17)

- Multiplying 2 Digit Numbers (p18)

- Multiplying 3 Digit Numbers (p19)

- Multiplying 4 Digit Numbers (p20)

• Introduction Part B: (p21)

- Decimalizing the fraction 1/19 using Vedic Maths (p21)

- 1/19 Using The Complements of Nine (p23)

- 1/19 Using the tedious current Western System (p27)

- 1/19 Cycle of the 18 Digits (p28)

• Maharishi Mahesh Yogi: Vedic Maths Visionary (p29)

• The 16 Sutras (cryptic Sanskrit Word Formulae) (p30)

- Sub-Sutras (p31)

• Special Division by 9 (p33)

• Sutra: "All From 9 and the Last from 10” (p34)

• Al-Arquan Al-Hindi: Origin of our Arabic Numerals (p36)

• Prayer for Reconnecting The Human Bio-Circuitry (p37)

• Vedic Maths Article 17-3-01 (p39)

• Vedic Square / Atomic Art, Internet Letter (p43)

• The Law of the Squares, linking: (p44)

- The 9 Times Table (p45)

- Duplex (Dwandwa Yoga) (p49)

- Logarithms, John Napier’s ingenious system (p53)

• Urdhva Tiryak (p55)

• Finger Computation (p56)

• A Dream (p57)

• A Tribute to 1/89 (featuring the 11th Fibonacci Term)

(p58)

- Auxiliary fractions (p59)

- Complementary Cycles of Nines (p61)

- Digital Sums of Fibonacci Sequence = Period of 24

(p62)

- Glorifying the Base 12 System (p64)

• A Tribute to 1/81 (p65)

- Beware of Erroneous Mathematical Gurus (p66)

- Squaring of 1, 11, 111, 111 etc (p67)

- 1/81 = .012345679 (The Missing 8) (p68)

- Gematria of 37 (p69)

- 1/81 solved using Auxiliary Fractions. 2 Methods (p70)

• Poisson’s Ratio (p73)

• Complements (p75)

- Digital Pairings from 1 to 9 (p76)

- Vertical Intervals of 9, 99, 999 (p78)

- Digital Pairings (or Number Partners) from 10-20 (p79)

- Chart of the Complements (p81)

• Pi (∏) Vedic Numerical Code. Hymn to Krishna (p83)

- 3.1415926 = "Go-Pi-Bha-Ya-Ma-Dhu-Ra-Ta” (p84)

• Shri Yantra of 9 Interlacing Triangles (p84)

• Construction of the Enneagon or 9-sided Polygon (p88)

• Digital Sums (p90)

• Indestructibility of 9 (p91)

• The Essene Magic Square of 9x9 (p92)

- Drawn Once and 2x (p93)

- Drawn 4x (Back Cover) and 8x (Front Cover) (p94)

• The Vedic Square (Digit Sums of the "X” Table (p95)

- Atomic Structure of Rutile (p95)

- Atomic Structure of Platinum Crystal (p96)

- Pattern of 9 (p97)

• APPENDIX. Random Notes (p99)

• Vedic Maths Poster, Byron Bay (p100)

• Mathemagics: Teaching Maths via Theatre in Schools

(p101)

• Other Books by Jain. Front Covers and Back Covers

(p103)

• Order Form (p110)

• Forthcoming Book by Jain (p111)

• Order of Lecture Presentation (p113)

• Acknowledgements of Graphics Used (p114)

• The Magic Cube of 9x9x9 (p116)

• The Magic Star of 9 (p119)

• Anecdote. Multiplying by 11, 12 and 13 (p120)

• Bibliography (p122)

• Order and Pattern of Steps for Multiplying 2, 3, 4 and 5

Digit Numbers (p123)

• The Magic Of Nine: EXTRA NOTES (p125)

- Jain’s Magic Fingers (p125)

• Clusters of Nines to Higher Powers

eg 99x99 aka 99 Squared aka 99^2 (p126)

• Answers (p128)

• Symmetrical and Pyramidal Pattern of Nines (p129)

• The Magical 142857 (p129)

• Symmetrical Pattern of Nines (p130)

• Multiplication of Numbers by 9s eg: 235x999 (p134)

• Predicting A Future Answer (p141)

• Answers In The Ashes (p143)

• The Magic of Nine Hidden Within the Doubling Sequence

(p144)

- Plotting the Infinitely Recurring Pattern of the Doubling

Sequence Upon the 9-Point Circle (p147)

• Special Division by 9 (p149)

• Common Expressions of 9 in the English Language

## Description

Originally known as "The Magic Of Nine In Vedic Mathematics" it goes beyond the Vedas, and belongs to Universal Knowledge. This is Jain's lifetime collection of interesting information regarding the mystical number 9, enhancing the student's love for numbers.

A superior system of Vedic Mathematics that will enhance the current western curriculum in schools.

You will never again multiply or divide the way you do now after understanding the 16 basic sutras.

**The Magic of Vedic Mathematics**

## Details

Author: Mayank Garg, RPH Editorial Board

Paperback: 196 pages

Publisher: Ramesh Publishing House; 1 edition (2015)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 935012503X

ISBN-13: 978-9350125038

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## Description

Vedic Mathematics is a method of calculation used by sages in ancient times, The Magic of Vedic Mathematics is a book that shows you how to master Vedic mathematics independently, without the help of any expert. Each page of this book is designed to gradually decrease the fear of numbers and mathematics from the mind of the readers, increase their interest and competence in these and boost confidence in the capacity of their minds. As they learn each new technique of Vedic Maths, their speed and accuracy of calculating numbers and solving sums enhances and their dependance on calculators and computers decreases. Each chapter introduces new techniques illustrated by several solved examples in a simple easy - to - underst and manner suitable for readers of all age - groups

Table of Content

Check Your Speed and Accuracy

Introduction

Vedic Sutras and Sub - Sutras

Effortless Multiplications

Magical Squares

Painless Cubes

Friendly Division

Square and Cube Roots

Out of Box Methods

Unforgettable Dates and Calendar

Tips for Competitive Exams

General and Linear Equations

Test Papers for Practice

Solutions

**The Power of Vedic Maths (For Admission Tests)**

## Details

Author: Atul Gupta

Paperback: 176 pages

Publisher: Jaico Publishing House - First edition (1 June 2004)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 8179923576

ISBN-13: 978-8179923573

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## Contents

Preface

1. Two Simple Techniques

2. Remainder on dividing a number by 9

3. Operations with 11

4. Multiplication (Nikhilam)

5. Multiplication (Urdhva Tiryak)

6. Division

7. Simple Squares

8. Square of any number

9. Square root of a number

10. Cubes and cube roots

11. Auxiliary fractions

12. Mishrank or Vinculum

13. Simultaneous Equations

14. Osculators

15. Applications of Vedic maths

**THE TRUTH ABOUT SWAMIJI'S VEDIC MATHEMATICS**

**The Vedic Math Workbook - I: Speed multiplication of single digit, double digit and triple digit numbers: Volume 1**

## Details

Authr: Shekhar Scindia

Paperback: 26 pages

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (15 Aug 2009)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 144868403X

ISBN-13: 978-1448684038

## Contents

1. Single digit multiplication not requiring carry over 5

2. Single digit multiplication requiring carry over 6

3. Practice problems - Single digit multiplication 7

4. Double digit multiplication not requiring carry over 9

5. Double digit multiplication requiring carry over 10

6. Practice problems -Double digit multiplication 12

7. Triple digit multiplication 16

8. Triple digit multiplication - 2nd example 18

8.. Practice problems - Triple digit multiplication 20

9. Answers to practice problems - Single digit multiplication 23

10. Answers to practice problems - Double digit multiplication 24

11. Answers to practice problems - Triple digit multiplication 25

**THE VEDIC MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM PART 1:DIGITAL SUMS**

## Details

This book contains 152 photocopied pages, is hand-written, highly illustrated, the book is a golden rectangle but fitted or orientated to A4 landscape , and wire bound.

Author Jain.

Self Published in 2001 First Edition

ISBN: 0 9594180-8-3

## Contents

• Foreword p7

• Biography on Sri Bharati Krsna Tirthaji (1884-1960) p11

• The 16 Vedic Mathematical Sutras and Sub-Sutras

CHAPTER ONE : ODDS and EVENS + COMPLEMENTS p17

• How do I start teaching my Child the first principles of Vedic

Mathematics p18

• The Nature of Odd and Even Numbers p19

• The Odd Number generating the Squared Numbers p22

• The Odd Numbers generating the Cubed Numbers p23

• Al-Arquan-Al-Hindu (Creation of 1,2,3)

• Complements p25

CHAPTER TWO : DIGIT SUMS p28

• Digit Sums (Samuccaya) p29

• Origin of the word "Calculate” p31

• Casting Out the Nines p33

• Digit Sum Check : Gunita Samuccayah SamuccayaGunitah

p34

• Multiplication by Eleven p35

CHAPTER THREE : UNIVERSAL NUMBER SERIES p39

• D.S.S.P (Digit Sum Series Pattern) for the Numbers from 1 - 10 cubed

p40

• D.S.S.P for The Triangular Numbers p41

• Chart of The Squares p42

• Pyramid of Ones p43

• D.S.S.P for the Squared Number and The Last Digits of the Squared

Nos p44

• D.S.S.P for The Magic Square Constants p45

• D.S.S.P for The Natural Squares p46

• D.S.S.P for the Fibonacci Sequence p47

• D.S.S.P for A Pyramid of Threes p48

• D.S.S.P for Pascal’s / Halayudha’s Triangle p49

• The Parable of Sessa’s Chess-Board (as Powers of 2) p50

• Pascal’s / Halayudha’s Triangle as Powers of Eleven p52

• How To Create The Vedic Square p53

• Atomic Structure of Rutile p54

• Atomic structure of Platinum Crystal p56

• Divisibility by 3 and 6 p60

• Divisibility by 4 ("the Ultimate and Twice The Penultimate" Sutra)

p61

• The Rows of the Vedic Squares D.S.S.P plotted upon the 9-Point

Circle p62

CHAPTER FOUR : EKADHIKA and 1/19 p67

• "By one More Than The One Before" Sutra ("Ekadhika Purvena")

p68

• Exposition on 1/19 p70

CHAPTER FIVE : ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION

• Ambidexterity p75

• Sub-Sutra: "The Product of the Digit Sum is Equal to the
Digit Sum

of the Product" p77

• Sutra: "By The completion or Non-Completion" p79

• Sub-Sutra : "On the Flag" (Dvajanka) p80

• How to Subtract from both Directions : Ambidexterity p82

• Sutra : "By Addition and Subtraction" p84

• How to Multiply by 9 by Digital Subtraction p86

• APPENDIX p88

• Special Division by 9 p88

• "Buddha Knows Maths" p89

• Magic Square of 5 x 5 reduced to its Digit Sums p90

• ANSWERS p93

• BIBLIOGRAPHY p103

• ACKNOWLEDGMENTS p104

• Extra Notes p111
• History from Bhagavad Gita p124

• Origin of Zero p130

## Description

This book was formerly known as:

"The Vedic Mathematics Curriculum For The Global School" but the title no longer applies as "Jain Mathemagics" is wider in its spectrum and more highly visual than the limitation of just analytical "Vedic Mathematics".

This book is everything possible on manipulating multi digits to single digits. This is the essence of 1 of 16 Vedic Sutras that means "Digital Sums" or Digital Compression. Physicists know that if there is a problem to be solved, that compression is the answer

eg: if a computer has too much data and it needs to be stored economically or sent efficiently, it can be solved by digital compression.

**Vedic Math - A Help Yourself Workbook for grades 1 & 2**

**Vedic Math Demystified : Math Made Simple**

## Details

Author Pankaj Sharma, Neetu Sharma

Paperback: 206 pages

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (12 April 2012)

ISBN-10: 1475086431

ISBN-13: 978-1475086430

## Contents

Insight 8

**Chapter 1** 15

Basics of Number system 15

Complements of a number 17

Digital Sum 19

Addition of large numbers 23

Vinculums or Bar Numbers 33

Subtraction 37

**Chapter 2** 41

Mukltiplication of numbers near a base 41

Proportionately 47

Multiplication by 11 50

The Numbers of 9's- 99,999,9999,99999... 53

Mutiplying numbers where the bases are different 59

Vertically and Crosswise Method 61

Multiplication of 3 Numbers 68

**Chapter 3** 71

Divisibilty 71

**Chapter 4** 86

Division 86

Dvision 86

Basics 86

Division by Nine (short Cut) 102

Division by 8 104

Division by 11,12,13 etc 105

**Chapter 5** 108

Squares 108

Square Root 125

**Chapter 6** 138

Cubes 138

**Chapter 7** 146

Cube Root 146

**Chapter 8** 154

Fractions and Recurring Decimals 154

HCF and LCM 168

ratio and Proportion 174

**Chapter 9** 179

Quantitative Aptitude 179

Practice Questions 188

## Description

This Book presents techniques taken from ancient Vedic system that help to do calculations much faster than most of the well known techniques that we learn in high-school. According to the author, the book is helpful for students in school as well as for those planning to appear in competitive exams such as SAT, GMAT, CAT, NTSE, Olympiad and other competitive examinations, as the described techniques develop creativity and math skills. In addition, a variety of problems are solved in the book using the Vedic math techniques just to demonstrate the usefulness of this ancient art.

**Vedic Maths**

## Details

Author Himanshu Pancholi

Paperback: 80 pages

Publisher: Wilco Publishing House; 1St Edition edition (2015)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 8182528895

ISBN-13: 978-8182528895

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**Vedic Maths Book**

## Details

Author: Mrs.Somani

Paperback: 54 pages

Publisher: Planet knowledge; 1ST edition (2015)

Language: English

ASIN: B018GBTZGY

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**Vedic Maths: Vedic Formulas Sutras Explained in Simple Methods**

## Details

Author: H.K. Gupta

Paperback: 96 pages

Publisher: BPI (India) PVT Ltd (15 April 2007)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 817693142X

ISBN-13: 978-8176931427

## Contents

Introduction

1. Multiplication of Single Digit Numbers

2. Multiplication of Two (or more) Digit Numbers

3. General Formula to Encompass All Multiplications

4. Special Method of Multiplication

5. Finding Square of Numbers

6. Division of Numbers by Nikhilam Method

7. General Formula for Divisions

8. Square Root of Numbers

9. Answers

## Description

Vedic Mathematics is much more than a magical method of fast calculation. While mastery of its simple sutras-and a little practice-undoubtedly enables one to perform mental computations with lightning speed, what is really fascinating about the subject is that it springs from what are normally considered religious treatises! But ours is a mechanistic universe governed by immutable mathematical laws, where everything functions according to definite principles.

Be that as it may, Vedic Maths-based on hidden rhythms and patterns bequeathed to us from hoary antiquity-will prove to be an invaluable aid for every modern human who has to cope with numbers, whether a school kid, a student preparing for a major competitive examination, an engineer, a beleaguered housewife, or a counter salesman... a magic wand to ease the pressure of 21st century living.

**Vedic Maths: Vedic Formulas Sutras Explained in Simple Methods 2**

**Vedic Mathematics**

## Details

Author: Radhakrishna Gupt

Publisher: B.R. Publishing Corporation 2010

Paperback: 2010

Language: English

ISBN-10: 8176467022

ISBN-13: 978-8176467025

## Contents

Preface

1. Table and General Formulae

2. Universal Life Calendar

3. Multiplication with 13 Methods

4. Squaring with 16 Methods

5. Square Root with 4 Methods

6. Cube of No. with 4 Methods

7. Cube Root with 3 Methods

8. Division with 3 Methods

9. Factors of No. with 8 Methods

10. 20 Kind of Equations with 42 Type of Special

11. Partial Fraction with Simple Rule

12. Auxiliary Fraction with 3 Methods

13. Osculation by 2 Methods with 4 Rules

**Vedic Mathematics**

## Details

Author: Sumita Bose

Publisher: V and S Publishers (1 January 2012)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 938158897X

ISBN-13: 978-9381588970

## Description

About the Book: Vedic Mathematics Vedic Mathematics unfolds a new method of approach tomathematics. It is based on sixteen one line formulae known as"sutras" and thirteen one line corollaries known as "upa sutra".These simple straight forward formulae and techniques help insolving complex mathematical problems in quick and easy steps. The step-by-step easy methods explained in this book help toremove the mathematics phobia commonly present in students andboost their self-confidence. The short techniques elevate theperformance level of the students in any exam be it school, collegeor competitive examination. features: Simple and lucid language Diagrammatic and step-by-step explanation Solved examples for clear understanding Practice exercise and Word of caution in every chapter Time Saving Tricks and Shortcuts Mini Mathematics Refresher Brain racking puzzles

**Vedic Mathematics : 30 formulae elucidated with simple examples**

## Details

Author Dr. Ramamurthy N

Paperback: 146 pages

Publisher: Local ISBN Agency; 2 edition (18 Nov. 2013)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 9382237275

ISBN-13: 978-9382237273

## Contents

Dedication

Foreword

Introduction

Vedic Mathematics

Salient Features of Vedic Mathematics

Formulae and Corollaries of Vedic mathematcis

Sutra - 1 : Ekadhikena Purvena

Sutra - 2 : Nikhilam Navatascaramam Dasatah

Sutra - 3 : Urdhvatiryagbhyam

Sutra - 4 : Paravartya Yojayet

Sutra - 5 : Sunyam Samyasamuccaye

Sutra - 6 : (Anurupye) Sunyamanyat

Sutra - 7: Sankalana-Vyavakalanabhyam

Sutra - 8 : Puranapuranabhyam

Sutra - 9 : Calanakalanabhyam

Sutra - 10 : Yavadunam

Sutra - 11: Vyastisamastih

Sutra - 12 : Sesanyankena Caramena

Sutra - 13 : Sopantyadvayamantyam

Sutra - 14 : Ekanyunena Purvena

Sutra - 15 : Gunitasamuccayah

Sutra - 16 : Gunakasamuccayah

Corollary 1 : Anurupyena- Proportionately

Corollary 2 : Sisyate Sesasamjnah

Corollary 3 : Adyamadyena Antyamantyena

Corollary 4: Kevalaih Saptakam Gunyat

Corollary 5 : Vestanam

Corollary 6: Yavadunam Tavadunam

Corollary 7 : Yavadunam Tavadunikrtya Varganca Yojayet

Corollary 8: Antyayordasake pi

Corollary 9: Antyayoreva

Corollary 10: samuccayagunitah

Corollary 11: Lopanasthapanabhyam

Corollary 12: Vilokanam

Corollary 13: Gunitasamuccayah Samuccayagunitah

Corollary 14: Dvajada or Dvajanka

Vedic Mathematics- A Management Perspective

Observation

Division (Segmentation)

variation

Rotation

Equation (Comparison)

Summary

Criticism on Vedic Mathematics

Some replies to the criticisms

Summary

Annexure 1

Annexure 2

About the Author

Bibiliograhy

## Description

Vedic Mathematics is not only a sophisticated pedagogic and research tool but also an introduction to an ancient civilisation. It takes us back to many millennia of India’s Mathematical heritage. Rooted in the ancient Vedic sources which heralded the dawn of human history and illumined by their erudite exegesis, India’s intellectual, scientific and aesthetic vitality blossomed and triumphed not in only in philosophy, physics, Astronomy, ecology and performing arts but also in Geometry, Algebra and arithmetic. Vedic Mathematics is just around 50 years old and has lot of potential and wealth in it. With more and more excavation in this subject, quiet a lot of complicated calculations/ applications can be made simple and easy. Normally it is seen in any standard text book on Vedic Mathematics different types of problems are considered and solutions provided using one or more of the formulae or corollaries. However, each of the formulae/ corollary has been individually explained with example(s). This makes this book a unique of its kind. Let the readers get benefitted by the treasure of Vedic Mathematics.

**Vedic Mathematics: Everything You Need to Know About Fast Calculations**

## Details

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Author: Pradeep Kumar

Paperback: 119 pages

Publisher: New Dawn Press (15 November 2005)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 1845572203

ISBN-13: 978-1845572204

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## Contents

Preface

Multiplication

1. First Formula - 9

Multiplying two-digit numbers by two-digit numbers - 9

Multiplying three-digit numbers by three-digit numbers - 15

Applications - 17

2. Quick Formula 20

Multiplication of digits near 100 - 20

Multiplication of digits near 50 - 25

Multiplication of digits near 200 - 27

Multiplication of digits near 150 - 30

the importance of bases in Quick Formula - 32

3. Criss-Cross technique - 37

Multiplying two-digit numbers by two-digit numbers - 37

Multiplying three-digit numbers by two-digit numbers - 42

Multiplying four-digit numbers by two digit numbers - 46

Multiplying five-digit numbers by two-digit numbers - 49

Multiplying three-digit numbers by three-digit numbers - 51

Multiplying four-digit numbers by three-digit numbers - 55

4. Mental Multiplication techniques - 57

Multiplication two-digit numbers by two-digit numbers - 57

Multiplication three-digit numbers by two-digit numbers - 59

Multiplying four-digit numbers by two-digit numbers - 61

Multiplying five-digit numbers by two-digit numbers - 62

Multiplying three-digit numbers by three-digit numbers - 64

Division

1. Real Magic - 65

Denominator ending with 9 - 65

Denominator ending with 8 - 68

Denominator ending with other digits - 70

Numerator having more than one digit after the decimal - 72

2. Criss-Cross Technique - 74

Division format - 74

Division of a number by a smaller three-digit number (Flag digit=1) - 75

Division of a number by a larger three-digit number (Flag digit=2) - 82

Division of a number by a four-digit number - 85

Decimal Division - 87

Squares

Squares of a number ending with 5 - 91

Finding squares of an adjacent number - 93

Forward method - 94

Reverse method - 94

Mental formaula for finding squares - 95

Cubes -97

Square Roots

Square root of a perfect square - 102

Finding the square root in decimals - 108

Cube Roots - 110

Simultaneous Equations - 113

Peculiar Types - Types I, Type II - 115

A Word to all Maths Enthuisats - 117

The 'Achiever' Institute - 118

## Description

Vedic Mathematics is a magical method of fast calculations. This wonderful tool has been developed on the basis of ancient Indian principles. This unique method of calculation is a book for students. It helps them to increase their speed of working with figures, independently of electronic computing machines.

This book will give you the cutting edge in crucial competitive examinations, and help you steer your career towards the pinnacle of success.

**Vedic Mathematics for Beginners**

## Details

Author: Scholars Hub

Paperback: 124 pages

Language: English

ISBN-10: 818353113X

ISBN-13: 978-8183531139

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**Vedic Mathematics For Beginners Level's 1-6 Workbooks**

## Details

Author: Sangita Sinha

Publisher: Shree Book Centre (2009)

Language: English

Level 1 Workbook

ISBN-10: 8184991029

ISBN-13: 978-8184991024

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Level 2 Workbook

ISBN-10: 8184991037

ISBN-13: 978-8184991031

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ISBN-10: 8184991045

ISBN-13: 978-8184991048

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ISBN-10: 818499107X

ISBN-13: 978-8184991079

## Description

Vedic Mathematics For Beginners Work Book Level 1

Vedic Mathematics uses Vedic Sutras to make difficult calculations and equations easy to handle. This book is considered to be the ultimate work in Vedic Mathematics, and provides an introduction to this subject.

The book Vedic Mathematics talks about an ancient system of calculations that is derived from the Vedas. It was rediscovered in the early part of the twentieth century by Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji, who spent a lifetime studying the various Vedic Sutras and traditions. The Vedas have been handed down through the generations in an oral tradition, and not all the concepts have been written down and documented.

**Vedic Mathematics for Schools (Volume-1)**

## Details

Author: Rakesh Bhatia

Paperback: 192 pages

Publisher: Rakesh Bhatia; First Edition edition (2015)

Language: English

ASIN: B010UT8VOC

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**Vedic Mathematics for Speed Arithmetic**

## Details

Author: M. Satyamoorthi Hebbar

Paperback: 92 pages

Publisher: Vasan Publications (2013)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 8184682379

ISBN-13: 978-8184682373

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**Vedic Mathematics for students taking competitive exams**

## Details

Author Rajesh Kumar Thakur

Paperback: 181 pages

Publisher: Unicorn Books Pvt Ltd (30 Jan 2010)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 8178061775

ISBN-13: 978-8178061771

## Contents

Introduction to Vedic Mathematics

Vedic Sutras

Vedic Sub-Sutras**ADDITION**

Introduction, Vedic Sutras for Addition – Ekadhikena Purvena and Sunyanta, Its Meaning and Applications.**SUBTRACTION**

Introduction, Vedic Sutra for Subtraction – Ekadhikena Purvena and Param Mitra, Ekanyuena Purvena and Param Mitra, Its Meaning and Applications, Digit Separator Method for Subtraction.**MULTIPLICATION**

Introduction, Vedic Sutras – Nikhilam Navatascaramam Dasatah, Anurupyena, Ekanyuena Purvena and Urdhva-Tiryak, their Meaning and Applications, Dot and Stick Method of Multiplication, Multiplication of three numbers etc., Multiplication using Napier’s Rods.**DIVISION**

Introduction, Vedic Sutra – Nikhilam, Paravartya Yojayet and Dhwajanka, Their Meaning and Applications.**CASTING OUT NINES**

Introduction, Checking the accuracy of Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.**SQUARE**

Introduction, An Interesting Pattern, Relation between Triangular Number and Square Number, Vedic Method for Squaring – Ekadhikena Purvena, Anurupyena, Yavadunam and Duplex Method, Its Meaning and Applications.**SQUARE ROOT**

Introduction, Important Points to Remember, Aryabhatta’s Method to find the Square Root, Fundamental Rules to Extract the Square Root of a Number, Duplex Vedic Method for finding Square Root, Square Root of an Irrational Number.**CUBE**

Introduction, Properties of Cubic Number, Algebraic Method to find the Cube. Different Vedic Sutras – Anurupyena, Nikhilam, Ekadhikena Purvena and Yavadunam, Its Meaning and Applications.**CUBE ROOT**

Introduction, Important Points related to Cube Root, Vedic Method of finding Cube Root of any Number less than 7 digits, Vedic Method to Extract the Cube Root of any Number having 7, 8 or 9 digits.

**SIMPLE EQUATIONS**

Introduction, Different Vedic Sutras – Sunyam Samya Samuccaya, Paravartya Yojyet and Anurupye Sunyamanyat, Its Meaning and Applications.

**ANSWERS**

Bibliography

## Description

Indispensable to students appearing for Competitive Exams.In recent times, a renewed interest in Vedic Mathematics has grown all over the world, as it offers fast-track calculations in a simple way. With a little practice, one can solve tedious mathematical problems such as square roots, cube roots, multiplications and divisions etc. mentally in no time. A special method – Casting out Nines – counter checks all fundamental mathematical operations with ease.

**About the Author**

Rajesh Kumar Thakur, a postgraduate in Maths, Operation Research and Education, has been teaching secondary and senior secondary school students for the past twelve years.

The charm of numbers made him a lover of mathematics. He has been associated with many prestigious public schools in Delhi, Jharkhand and Rajasthan as a guest teacher of mathematics. He has written several books, and hundreds of his essays/articles have been published in many leading magazines and newspapers all over the country.

**Vedic Mathematics Made Easy**

## Details

Paperback: 230 pages

Publisher: Jaico Publishing House (15 July 2006)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 8179924076

ISBN-13: 978-8179924075

Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 13.8 x 1.2 cm

Author: Dhaval Bathia,

## Contents

Preface xi

Acknowledgements xvii

About the Author xix

Vedic Mathematics: An Introduction xxi

Maths is Interesting! 1

BASIC LEVEL

1. Miscellaneous Simple Method 11

2. Criss - Cross System of Multiplication 33

3. Squaring Numbers 48

4. Cube Roots of Perfect Cubes 55

5. Square Roots of Perfect Squares 66

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL

6. Base Method for Multiplication 79

7. Base Method for Squaring 102

8. Digit-Sum Method 108

9. Magic Squares 118

10. Dates & Calendars 130

11. General Equations 143

12. Simultaneous Linear Equations 146

ADVANCE LEVEL

13. Square Roots of Imperfect Squares 157

14. Cubing Numbers 170

15. Base Method Division 181

16. Division (part Two) 194

Afterword 203

Appdenicies 205

Appendix A: Multiplication of five digit numbers

Appendix B: Multiplication of Algebraic Identities

Appendix C: Zeller's Rule (To fin the day on any date)

Appendix D: Pythagorean Values

Appendix E: Divisibility Tests

Appendix F: Raising to fourth and higher powers

Appendix G: Co-ordinate Geometry

Answers 219

Freqently asked questions (FAQ's) 224

Bibliography 227

## Description

Vedic Mathematics, Fast Mathematics, Vedic Arithmetics, Algebra, Trignometry, Quick Tips to Solve Mathematics problems

A simplified approach for beginners, can you multiply 231072 by 110649 and get the answer in just a single line? Can you find the cube root of 262144 or 704969 in two seconds? Can you predict the birth date of a person without him telling you? Can you predict how much money a person has without him telling you? Can you check the final answer without solving the question? Or, in a special case, get the final answer without looking at the question? Can you solve squares, square roots, cube roots and other problems mentally? All this and a lot more is possible with the techniques of Vedic Mathematics described in this book. The techniques are useful for students, professionals and businessmen. The techniques of Vedic Mathematics have helped millions of students all over the world get rid of their fear of numbers and improve their scores in quantitative subjects. Primary and secondary school students have found the Vedic mathematics approach very exciting. Those giving competitive exams like MBA, MCA, CET, UPSC, GRE, GMAT etc. have asserted that Vedic Mathematics has helped them crack the entrance tests of these exams.

**Vedic Mathematics - Methods**

**Vedic Mathematics - Part 1**

## Details

Author S. Haridas

Publisher Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 2000

Original from the University of Michigan

For some reason there are two Amazon Standard identification Numbers !

ASIN: B00069WZO4

ASIN: B007F5TH7K

## Contents

Introductory Note

Foreword

Preface

Chapter I: Fundamental Operations

Chapter II: Arithmetic

Chapter III: Polynomial

Chapter IV: Equations

Chapter V: Geometry

Chapter VI: Trigonometry

Chapter VII: Recurring Decimals

Chapter VIII: Vedic Numerical Code

## Description

From the inside back cover:

Vedic Mathematics offers an easy way to solve problems in modern mathematics using 16 Sanskrit Sutras recovered by Swami Bharati Krishna Thirtha. School/College students can easily learn this and practice themselves. It is meant as source book for students and will be very much helpful in competitive examinations. Knowledge of Sanskrit is not necessary.

**Vedic Mathematics Sutra**

**Vedic Mathematics-Simplified: Maths made easy**

## Details

Author Jini K Gopinath

Publisher: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (8 Feb 2012)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 384733879X

ISBN-13: 978-3847338796

Product Dimensions: 1.7 x 15 x 22.6 cm

Paperback: 304 pages

## Description

Several indigenous mathematical techniques were used all over the world. Some of them have fallen into oblivion as a result of colonization and modern education. Ancient India had several methods to simplify the learning of mathematics. Vedas are storehouses of ancient knowledge. Vedic mathematics is found in the appendix of one of the four vedas, the Atharva veda. Extensive research on the applicability of these methods is being carried out in several countries. The aim of this book is to make these ancient methods accessible to mathematics lovers all over the world and it will help to make mathematics easy to understand and fun. It is based on sixteen word formulae. Practicing vedic mathematics will help those who have difficulty with conventional mathematics, and will help to reduce the stress of understanding mathematical concepts.

**Vedic Mathematics - the Problem Solver**