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Vedic Maths Forum UAE launches

Posted on 01 September, 2015 No comments
The Burj Khalifa - Dubai

Dubai is a cosmopolitan metropolis and global city on the Arabian Peninsula. One of the ten most popular tourist destinations in the world, it is developing rapidly in tourism and trade. It calls itself one of the more modern and progressive cities in the Middle East.

Dubai is a commercial and cultural hub of the Middle East, it's a global transport hub, and has attracted world attention through many large innovative construction projects and sports events. The city is symbolized by its skyscrapers, including the world's tallest building, Burj Khalifa, in addition to ambitious development projects including man-made islands, world class luxury hotels, and some of the largest and extraordinarily modern shopping malls in the world.  

It is indeed a pleasure and honor to have a foot print in this amazing city thanks to our UAE Head Mrs.Kanchan Rani Sharma.
With Mrs.Kanchan Rani Sharma and Mrs.AnushreeTekriwal, Director VMFI

So ladies and gentlemen meet Mrs.Kanchan Rani Sharma.
Mrs.Kanchan Rani Sharma

Mrs. Kanchan R Sharma is a Commerce graduate and CMA & PMP trained professional with an experience of over twenty years in the field of Finance and Education. She is the founder of Brilliant Minds, UAE and is herself qualified to train various skills development programs.

As an educator, she has been imparting knowledge to different age groups and is continuously thriving to introduce new and innovative methods of learning for youngsters in a dynamic and interactive environment.She holds a vision to establish and emerge as the pioneer institution in UAE in providing simpler solutions to youngsters by which they can easily and logically understand the subject concept and in return adapt and apply in their academics, co-curriculum and in real life.

"Its amazing and humbling to chat up to Kanchanji and learn her amazing vision for the youth of UAE. We wish her the very best in all her endeavors with Vedic Maths Forum and it would be fun and fulfilling working together."

Mumbai Vedic Maths Demo and Orientation held

Posted on 30 August, 2015 No comments

Mrs.Sejal Shah ( Right) and Mrs. Niki Mehta
Students at the Mumbai Center
It is awesome to get this news from Mumbai. Awesome Response on Demo & Orientation for the Vedic Maths Course on 30th August 2015. The session was held in Mumbai and was conducted by Mrs.Sejal Shah and her dynamic team comprised of Niki Mehta and Mitesh Shah.

Vedic Maths appeals to both students and parents and is timeless.Here's wishing Mrs.Shah and her team the best for the future endeavors.

Oldest Inscription of 'Zero' at Gwalior Fort

Posted on 29 August, 2015 No comments
The Gwalior Fort
I must confess to my dear readers that one of the advantages of traveling extensively is to be able to see the beauty of our country's ancient heritage. Take for example the 8th-century Gwalior Fort located in the heart of the Indian town of Gwalior. 

The fort consists of a defensive structure and two main palaces, Gurjari Mahal and Man Mandir, built by Man Singh Tomar. What it also consists is the oldest inscription of the 'Zero' - One of India's greatest contribution in the field of Mathematics.

 The inscription is located inside the Chaturbhuj Temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu, which I had the opportunity to see! The fort itself is more than grand and its worth the effort to travel to Gwalior to see it.

The Chaturbhuj Temple, Gwalior Fort

Vedic Maths Forum Ghana established

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Mr. and Mrs.Gurbani from Ghana
Hailed as West Africa's golden child, Ghana deserves its place in the sun. One of Africa's great success stories, the country is reaping the benefits of a stable democracy in the form of fast-paced development. And it shows: Ghana is suffused with the most incredible energy.

With its welcoming beaches, gorgeous hinterland, rich culture, vibrant cities, diverse wildlife, easy transport and affable inhabitants, it's no wonder Ghana is sometimes labelled 'Africa for beginners'.

It is my pleasure to announce the Grand Launch of our Ghana Chapter in Accra in association with Mr.Girish Gurbani and Mrs.Kirti Gurbani, Directors Vedic Maths Forum Ghana.

Considering the falling numeracy standards in Ghana, the establishment of the Forum is considered one step in the right direction. The Vedic Math methods can be applied to the Ghana Curriculum especially in JHS 1,2 and 3 covering the G.E.S. new syllabus leading to the Basic Education Certificate Examination (B.E.C.E) conducted by West African Examinations Council. Research is on at the Vedic Maths Forum Ghana to ensure that the methods be applicable also for senior classes.

All the  Vedic Maths online and offline programs are offered for Teachers, Students and Math Enthusiasts at Accra center.We wish Mr. and Mrs.Gurbani, the Directors of Vedic Maths Forum Ghana the very best in future endeavors. Please stay tuned here for more updates from Ghana.

'Squares - on your finger tips!' by V.G.Unkalkar

Posted on 24 August, 2015 No comments
Participants at the National Vedic Maths Workshop, Gwalior

Day 2 : National Workshop on Vedic Maths, Gwalior

Posted on 17 August, 2015 No comments

Shri V.G.Unkalkar explaining the Crowning Gem Sutra 'Dhwajanka'
Shri Sriram Chauthaiwale on Partial Fractions
Day 2 of the conference opened with overcast skies in Gwalior. Highlight of Day 2 were the lovely Idlis which everyone relished and enjoyed. 
After which the session was on Dhwajanka  the Crowning Gem Sutra for Division. All aspects were covered for this method including altered remainders and three or more digit divisors.

Shri Sriram Chauthaiwale spoke and explained Partial Fractions very lucidly.Like all lectures this one too was of a very high standard.

Discussions then happened on the way forward for the organization under the leadership of Shri Atul Kothari ji and Dr.Kailash Vishwakarmaji. Everyone contributed ideas and strategies to take the organization's mission, values and vision forward.
'The Way forward'

Shiksha Sanskriti Uthan Nyas's National Workshop on Vedic Maths,Gwalior

Posted on 16 August, 2015 No comments

Shri Atul Kothari ji speaks at the inaugural session
It has been a pleasure to be at the National Workshop of Shiksha Sanskriti Uthan Nyas at Gwalior for the last two days. It is exciting to see over 40 participants gathered from all across India to learn new concepts from senior members and teachers of the organization.

Each participant was required to have working knowledge of over five vedic maths sutras. Before the start of the workshop a self assessment test was given to all participants. Let me share a question with you.
Shri Seeta Rama Rao ji takes session on Day 1

Shri Kailash Vishwakarma ji discusses VM with participants
Can you show 10 ways to find the Square of 995 ? I must add and confess that I could show only about 6 ways to do it. Thereafter I learnt the other 4 ways to do it. Also I must bring to  attention that when we started discussing we came up with more than 16 ways to solve the sum! 

Thereafter Shri Seeta Rama Rao ji took center stage and took a session on exponents which he explained in detail. A lot of technical details were shared and explanations about Meruprasta( Pascal's triangles) were given.
Shri Bachubhai Rawal ji speaks on Roots & exponents

Shri Atul Kothari ji chairs the introductory session
Post lunch session was given by Shri Bachubhai Rawal, an exponent of Vedic Mathematics. He beautifully showed the connections between roots and exponents.

Then came the reports which were given by various representative and state heads.This session was jointly chaired by Shri Atul Kothari ji, Dr.Kailash Vishwakarma ji and Shri Bachubhai Rawalji. The various reports were very much appreciated by all the participants who encouraged each other.

Thereafter the day came to an end with a short excursion to the famous Sun Temple nearby. We now eagerly await the start of Day 2 where we will be learning Division and Divisibility by Shri Vishwanath Unkalkarji author of Magical World of Vedic Mathematics and Excel with Vedic Mathematics.

The Sun Temple, Gwalior

With Fellow participants at Gwalior

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