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We are Hiring at Vedic Maths India!

Posted on 13 March, 2016 No comments
Great News! Our Kolkata head-office has vacancies which we want filled up.
  • Senior Maths Faculty Requirement: 3 Positions, At-least experienced by 2 years or more. The candidate should have good command over English. Salary no bar for the right candidate.
  • Web Developer: 1 position. Minimum experience of 3 years in the field. Full time position in Kolkata.
  • Marketing Personnel: 1 position. Freshers welcome.
Please email your CVs to or Call  9830532264 for queries.

First Ever Video footage of Tirthaji

Posted on 06 March, 2016 No comments
The First Video of Jagadguru Bharati Krishna Tirthaji, Shankaracharya of Puri in India,surfaces from the Archives of University of Virginia 1958.

This is the first ever video footage of Tirthaji at the University of Virgina in the United States in  1958.

Abstract: Jagadguru Bharati Krishna Tirthaji, Shankaracharya of Govardhana matha of Puri in Orissa, India, disembarks from a plane at Roanoke's Woodrum Field Airport with the assistance of his traveling companions. Several people help him into a wheelchair, then wheel him to a waiting car. 

Maths Sutra goes Global at SURGE 2016,Bangalore

Posted on 29 February, 2016 No comments
SURGE is Web Summit’s first conference in India. In 5 years, Web Summit, held annually in Europe, has grown  from 400 attendees to over 42,000 from more than 134 countries. It’s been called “the best technology conference on the planet”. Now they are here in India at Bangalore,and Vedic Maths Forum India was a very active part of it. The objective was to meet people from all parts of the globe and make them aware of the book 'Maths Sutra' and to take the concepts of Vedic Mathematics globally through online tutoring!
Day One in Bengaluru kicked off in style. The atmosphere around the Manpho Convention Centre was buzzing, with 419 startups and a total of 5,000 attendees.
Its a pleasure to share with you the highlights of the day!

And we are grateful and thankful to the attendees, startups, investors, organizers and coordinators who made SURGE 2016 a grand success. Paddy Cosgrave - we love you.We personally wish to thank the Penguin Team in Bangalore Shri Raghavendra Rao and Shri Rahul Dixit to ensuring that we received the books on time and super sweet editor Mrs.Vaishali Mathur whose encouragement and support means the world to us! This time I also want to thank Aditya Mendonca and Rohit Bagaria for lending their support to the Vedic Maths Forum India.
With that we go back home from SURGE Bengaluru, with loads of new friends, sweet memories from the event and a vision that we will take Maths Sutra to every corner of the globe!

Meet the Vedic Maths Forum India team at SURGE Bangalore

Posted on 21 February, 2016 No comments
It gives me immense pleasure to announce that we will be at SURGE 2016 in Bengaluru,India. 

So What is SURGE?
SURGE is Web Summit’s first co`nference in India. In 5 years, Web Summit, held annually in Europe, has grown from 400 attendees to over 42,000 from more than 134 countries. It’s been called “the best technology conference on the planet”. Now they’re coming to India!

SURGE takes place at the Manpho Convention Center in Bengaluru,India from 23rd to 24th Feb 2016. So if you happen to be in Bengaluru, do drop in to Stand S 148 and meet the Vedic Maths Forum India team.

And if you're lucky you could also get an autographed copy of 'Maths Sutra' by Gaurav Tekriwal. 
See you at Bengaluru!

Students won't suffer if India revives ancient mental learning technique

Posted on 18 February, 2016 No comments

Avadhāni can compose poetry, while solving a mathematical puzzle, answering riddles and playing chess – all simultaneously.

A colleague once enlisted my help to get his daughter into a particular pre-school in Delhi, because if she didn’t go there, she wouldn’t get into Harvard. At the time I thought he was being facetious, seeing as the child was only two.
In retrospect, I realise he may have been onto something. Desi parents will leave no stone unturned to facilitate the academic and professional success of their children (mea culpa!) and it can’t start soon enough.
But are we doing it right? Are tuitions and coaching classes the way? Do our kids have to work 14 hours a day, and even if they do, are they working smart?
Study techniques like Vedic Maths and the Japanese teaching method have been hailed as facilitators. Truth be told, we haven’t even scratched the surface of what our ancient tradition can bring to our lives. And that too without the unbelievable stress of coaching classes and tuitions.

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Inspire Internship talk at A.N.College, Patna

Posted on 21 January, 2016 No comments
Giving a talk on Vedic Maths at the Inspire Internship
INSPIRE is an innovative programme developed by the the Department of Science and Technology in India to attract talent to the excitement and study of science at an early age, and to help the country build the required critical resource pool for strengthening and expanding the S&T system and R and D Base.

"Motivating talented youth to take-up research as a personal undertaking" by rubbing shoulders with global icons of science, is the objective of INSPIRE Internship. This component of the program aims at working as a life-long catalyzing experience for the 11th graders in science stream.

About 150 enthusiastic students from A.N.College participated in a 1.5 hour mentoring talk on Vedic Maths at the Inspire Internship today. We wish to thank Dr.Subhash Prasad Singh, for his kind invite and amazing hospitality.

Vedic Maths in Punjab Schools

Posted on 20 January, 2016 No comments
For once our education system has taken a concrete and correct decision in Punjab to implement Vedic Mathematics in the school curriculum. Period!

What better way to implement the Vedic System than to test the students on it. This Vedic Maths test caught both teachers and students unawares,on the concepts on basic multiplication, addition and subtraction by Vedic Maths methods.

Check this article out on the topic published today 20th January 2016 by the Hindustan Times. A test that caught students, teachers unawares

Education Minister Punjab Dr Daljit Singh Cheema
Teachers knew that students did not know how to solve these simple questions with Vedic math methods as they had not taught them the technique after they were given training in Vedic math from October to December last year. The 50 marks test was compulsory for all the students.

As lakhs of students of government middle and higher secondary schools took the test for Vedic mathematics for the first time in the state, Education Minister Dr Daljit Singh Cheema said Vedic mathematics should not be seen as an agenda of Hindu organizations, adding that it would rather help students to quickly solve simple mathematics problems.It will help our students whose reliance on calculator and computer is growing day by day even for simple calculations.
The education department has directed heads of all middle and high schools to conduct a test of Vedic mathematics exercises from Classes VI up to X.
Shri Dinanath Batra Ji, Vedic Maths proponent

Shri Dina Nathji Batra welcomes move

RSS-associated academician Shri Dina Nath Batra, a proponent of Vedic maths, welcomed the government's decision to adopt Vedic maths. "Formulae of Vedic maths make calculations easier. Today, institutions imparting training for various competitive exams use these formulations by using modern terminology for them," he said.


Yours truly at the Golden Temple, Amritsar, Punjab

The Vedic Maths Forum India plans to organize Workshops and Seminars on Vedic Maths in Chandigarh, Amritsar and Ludhiana,Punjab in the coming months with the support of the Government in Punjab. 

Lookout for more news on this blog.Also if you are based out of Punjab and can offer support to organize workshops in your school- we will be happy to come and conduct it for you. Write to me on  Thank-you!
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