BEYOND THE OBVIOUS Introduction to Vedic Mathematics

Introduction to Vedic Mathematics

Indian civilization is one of the oldest in the world. The Indian sages passed on their collected works orally from one generation to another using code that unlock various layers of meaning. They compiled four texts in Sanskrit known as the Vedas—meaning— knowledge.

The Rig Veda, the Yajur Veda, and the Sama Veda contain various hymns dedicated to nature gods, whereas the fourth or the Atharva Veda contains a collection of spells, incantations, and speculative hymns. It is in these ancient texts that the Vedic Math sutras are found in coded form.

Sutras are original thoughts, spoken or written in a concise and memorable form. Vedic Math sutras are basically short mathematical formulas dealing with arithmetic and algebra. There are sixteen of these sutras.

Mastering these Vedic sutras can open up a world of possibilities for everyone. Problems that once seemed difficult and daunting can become child’s play in a very short span of time. Most of the sutras are very visual when you apply them. This visual pattern makes the sutras very easy to remember and practice.

The Vedic Math sutras show that, although maths problems may seem abstract and unbelievable in the beginning, they all have principles of logic behind them. And with the proper understanding of the underlying principles, you can master arithmetic and algebra.

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