Your Child Is One Step Away To Master Mathematics

If Your Child is from Grade 3 To 12 Or Writing Competitive Exams and Wanted To Master Mathematics, Then You should read every word on this page

even If your Child Hate Maths or Scores Less. 

  • Imagine your child, learning Times Tables Up to 99, that can help in fast calculations?

  • Imagine your child, calculating Squares of 5, 25, 345, 1575,... in less than 5 seconds or a few seconds extra?

  • Imagine your child, Multiplying 53267 x 67451 in less than 10 seconds or a few seconds extra?

  • Imagine your child, learning a 500 Years calendar to find his/her’s Birthday and the day it falls?

  • Imagine your child, calculating 364 x 11 mentally without a pen and paper, and within 10 seconds?

  • Imagine your child, incorporating all these fast calculation techniques and many more in School?

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Let’s Face It. Why Do Students Hate Maths or Score Less?

  • Because, the fundamental and concepts are unclear

  • Because, the fear of making mistakes & lack of self-confidence

  • Because, every problem is different and has different solutions but treated the same

  • Because, repeated underperformance in math can cause a student to become demotivated

  • Because, Memorizing formulas, theoremes and more complex mathematical procedures

The Fact: Mathematics is the Most Hated Subject in the World

A Letter To All Parents

From: Mamta Rupesh
To: All Parents

Today, I wanted to share a Story with you. Well, not just any story but it’s My Own Real Story.


I've been working in a school for a couple of years teaching Maths, Science and Social science, out of all other subjects Maths is the most fun filled subject, but only when it is thought and consumed in the right way.


I've seen students running out of maths classes and giving 100’s of reasons to escape from solving sums. 


In order to make the subject interesting, I learnt Vedic Maths. 


After teaching Vedic Maths to students, now they love to calculate and solve any sum in seconds, I could see the transformation in students in real-time.


Vedic Maths builds a strong foundation for basic mathematical operations such as

Division etc.


Hence, with my experience, I have a strong understanding of what students need to Master Mathematics.


Based on which I have put a roadmap to teach Vedic Maths. Starting with “The Beginners Guide To Vedic Maths”.

Introducing “The Beginners Guide To Vedic Maths”

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Course Content

Introduction | 5.25 Mins

a. What is Vedic mathematics and its importance b. Who is the Father of Vedic Mathematics and why is it useful? c. Its benefits, expectations and course details

Bonus Chapter 3: Chapter 15: Grade 6 – Fractions NCERT syllabus | 16.16 Mins

a. Solving grade 6 Math problem by fractions using NCERT syllabus
b. Difference between Conventional Maths and Vedic Maths
c. How do we add or subtract mixed fractions?

Bonus Chapter 2: Chapter 14: 500 Years Calendar | 10.33 Mins

a. Calculating the day of any particular date
b. Amazing technique of mastering 500 years calendar on your fingertips
c. You can amaze your family and friends by telling the day on which they were born on hearing their birth dates in less than 5 seconds

Bonus Chapter 1: Chapter 13: Dodging Times Tables up to 99 | 13.4 Mins

a. How to learn tables mentally without memorizing, in seconds.
b. Magic with calculating Tables from 12 to 19
c. Super fast way of calculating Tables up to 99...using Vedic mathematics tricks which makes Tables More Interesting.

Chapter 12: Shunyam Samuccaya | 19.17 Mins

a. Whenever the expression is the same, that expression is zero
Type-1:- Samuccaya as a common factor
Type-2:- Samuccaya as a product of the independent terms
Type-3:- Samuccaya as the sum of the denominators of two fractions having the same numerical numerators
Type-4:- Samuccaya as the sum of numerators and the sum of denominators
Type-5:- Samuccaya as the sum or total of denominators on both sides
b. Explanation on all the above types, its examples and exercise
c. Refer the Summary table in the end

Chapter 11: Urdhva-tiryagbhyam | 15.49 Mins

a. Vertically and crosswise (Same as chapter - 7, but here it is in Algebraic computation)
b. Alternate method: First by First and Last by the Last
c. Explanation, examples and exercise

Chapter 10: Paravartya Yojayet | 2.3 Mins

a. Transpose and adjust (Same as chapter - 3, but here it is in Algebraic computation)
b. Solve the given equations by examples

Chapter 9: Vyasti - Samasti | 8.11 Mins

a. Individuality and totality
b. Particular and common
c. Finding average, HCF and LCM - With examples and exercise

Chapter 8: Gunakasamuccaya Samuccayagunaka | 10.33 Mins

a. The total in the expressions equal to total in the product
b. Multiplication of numbers with zero's
- Multiplication of numbers with decimal
- Law of Index Multiplication
c - Explanation on all the above, its examples and exercise.

Chapter 7: Urdhva-Tiryagbhyam (Vertically and Crosswise) | 43.55 Mins

a. Vertical cross product of numbers
b. Inside outside principle
c. Multiplication of 2 digit multiplicand and 2 digit multiplier
d. Division - single digit and double digit divisor
e. Examples and exercise

Vedic Maths Sutras | 12.12 Mins

a. Meaning of 16 Vedic Sutras and their English translations and its importance
b. Explanation on Sutras for Arithmetic computation
c. Explanation on Sutras for Algebraic computation

Chapter 6: Yavadunam | 13.49 Mins

a. Whatever the extent of the deficiency
b. Square of any number
c. Explanation, examples and exercise

Chapter 5: Anthyayordas'ake'pi | 9.31 Mins

a. When final digits add upto 10
b. When the sum of final digit is the base and previous parts are same
c. Explanation, examples and exercise

Chapter 4: Ekanyunena Purvena | 9.33 Mins

a. Explanation on one less than the previous one
b. Multiplication by 9,99,999,.....
c. Explanation, examples and exercise

Chapter 3: Paravartya Yojayet | 41.15 Mins

a. Explanation on transpose and adjust
b. Multiplication when numbers are close to the base
- When both numbers are below the base
- When both numbers are above the base
- When one number is above and other is below the working base.
c. Examples and exercise

Chapter 2: Nikhilam Navatas'caraman Das'atah | 4.18 Mins

a. Explanation on all from nine and last from ten
b. Examples and exercises

Chapter 1: Ekadhikena Purvena | 7.12 Mins

a. One more than previous one
b. Square of numbers ending in 5
c. Examples and exercise

Bonus Chapter 4: Chapter 16: Application of Vedic Mathematics in Competitive exams | 12.14 Mins

a. Competitive exams can be solved very easily and quickly using Vedic Tricks
b. Saves time and writing work during exams
c. Here I will be Explaining few Aptitude questions using Vedic method.

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Mrs. Nandini, Teacher

The Beginners Guide is the best course for students to learn basics of Vedic Maths and it encourages to calculate mentally

Mrs. Padmashree, Proud Mother

Tricks are very good and it makes my kid think the logic behind every answer. Looking forward to the other courses in Roadmap

Mrs. Rekha, Proud Mother

After every chapter my son takes the exercise problems as a challenge and works in the same pattern as thought. A great course!

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