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What is Vedic Maths ?

Vedic Mathematics is a super fast way of making all Mathematical Calculations easy and fast. The history of Vedic Mathematics dates back to the golden aged India, where calculations were done mentally. There was perfect coordination of both parts of the brain. In due course of time, mind power and mental calculation reduced. The sages and saints knew the secrets of numbers and they devised a unique system of fast calculations during the Vedic age. Since this system was devised in Vedic age, we call it ‘Vedic Mathematics’.

Vedic Maths is the result of intuitive work of Late Swami Shri Bharti Krishna Tirthaji. He had written 16 formulae in vedic maths for all calculations. These formulae are very easy to understand and save a lot of time. They make it possible for students to multiply a 20-digit number by a 20–digit number, without using pen and paper. The process boost confidence in one’s ability to tackle mathematical problems and thus create more interest in maths.

Benefits of Vedic Maths

  • Eliminates math-phobia
  • Increases speed and accuracy.
  • More systematic, simplified, unified & faster than the conventional system
  • Gives the student flexibility, fun and immense satisfaction
  • A powerful checking tool
  • Saves precious time in examinations
  • Gives the student a competitive edge
  • Develops Left & Right Sides of the brains by increasing visualization and
    concentration abilities

Tutorial on Vedic Maths

Finding square of a number ending with the number '5'

The formula used for finding squares ending in 5 is "by one more than the one before".

The answer comes in two parts
LHS and RHS. LHS is computed by multiplying the digit before 5 by the digit one more
than that, i.e. by its next consecutive digit.
RHS is always 25 as the number ends in 5, and we know that 52 = 25.

Let us understand it better with the following example:

Example 1: Find the square of 35

LHS = The digit before 5 (i.e. 3) is multiplied by its next consecutive digit 4, i.e. 3×4 = 12
RHS = as the number ends in 5, so
52 = 25

So, the final answer for 352 is
352 = 1225

Example 2: Find the square of 75

LHS = 7 × 8 = 56

RHS = 52 = 25

So, the final answer for 752 is 5625

Multiplication of any number with '11'

Let's understand it better with the following example:

Example 1: Multiply 25 by 11

Write 2 & 5 of 25 as it is and the sum of 2 & 5 (i.e. 7) in between.
So, 25 × 11 = 275

Similarly, 71 × 11 = 781 (sum of 7 & 1, i.e. 8 in between)

Example 2: Multiply 42631 by 11
In longer calculations like this, we first write the border numbers, i.e.
4 & 1 as it is and then write the sum of next successive pairs in between as shown below:

4 & 1 as it is, as two border numbers. Then, starting from the left side,
we keep writing the sum of the two digits:
4+2= 6, 2+6= 8, 6+3= 9, 3+1=4

So, the final answer for 752 is 5625

Example 3: Multiply 4573 by 11

0+3 = 3



7 + 3 =  10 (1 is carried to the next step)



5 + 7 = 12

12 + 1 (carry) =  13 (1 is carried to the next step)



4 + 5 = 9

9 + 1 (carry) =  10 (1 is carried to the next step)


0 + 4 = 4

4 + 1 (carry) = 5 (1 is carried to the next step)


So, the answer of 4573 × 11 is 50303

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Vedic Maths Workshops

Workshop Content

  • Subtract any number without borrowing
  • Multiply any digit by special multiplicands like 9998×9997 in
    less than 5 seconds
  • Answering long Multiplications in one line
  • Squaring of numbers
  • Learning Tables Easily
  • Cross-check the answers and avoid Silly Mistakes
  • 2 digit x 2 digit multiplication
  • 3 digit number x 3 digit number multiplication
  • Addition and Subtraction of Fractions in no time
  • Quick calculations of Square Roots & Cube Roots just by mere observation
  • Calculate any day from 500 years Calendar

Workshop Eligibility

Students of all age groups (Standard VI Onwards), MBA, Housewives,
CA's, Managers, Teachers and other professionals.

Online Vedic Maths Course

Features of Online Course

  • Online recorded videos – View, play or pause as per your convenience
  • Online Assignments & Practice sheets
  • Self Assessment using online Quiz & test
  • Games for better understanding
  • Flexibility of time

Vedic Maths Vs. Conventional Maths System

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  • "The techniques are very useful for students as well as teachers. It helps them in creating interest for maths and improving concentration power."

    - Rupam Sah, Principal
    (Bosco Public School)

  • "We can really improve our mathematical calculation by doing this workshop. Long calculations can be made easy and very less tedious than before."

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