Vedic math is a powerful technique that can help you to solve mathematical problems in a much shorter time when compared to our conventional method. Vedic Mathematics for Beginners will show you the basics of this technique, which include memorizing simple formulae and knowing how to go about solving various types of problems with ease. Such as calculating times tables up to 99, Magic with 11, Squaring with 5 in seconds, square roots in one line, and much more.
Vedic Mathematics is not just for calculating magic numbers, but for any numbers.
To know the meaning and benefits do refer to our previous blog on our website or podcast on Advantages of Vedic Mathematics.
The importance of Vedic Maths
Vedic maths is not just a set of math tricks to help you solve problems in your head. It is a way of thinking and seeing that can be applied to many fields, including science, technology, and everyday life.
The Vedic Maths System was created in ancient India with the intention of making mathematics easier for children to learn It also helps students to understand concepts more deeply and quickly.
It is a holistic approach which means it can be used on all levels from simple arithmetic, division, and fractions to algebra, trigonometry, and calculus.
The difference between Vedic Maths and Conventional Maths
Vedic Maths and conventional math are two different approaches to answering real-world questions.
Conventional Maths or mathematics based on the western world is the math that is taught in schools.
Vedic Maths or the mathematics based on Indian philosophy is the math that is taught in the Vedic School System. In Vedic Maths, you learn math in a way that makes sense to you as a person, treating you like a human being and not as a mathematical formula.
It is also higher math, where mathematics is a subject in itself, not just a tool for calculating.
We will discuss in detail the differences between Vedic Maths and Conventional Maths in a future blog & podcast.
Who can learn Vedic Maths for Beginners
It is applicable for students from grades 3-12, students writing competitive exams, parents, and teachers. I am sure that when students learn Vedic Maths, their math anxiety will disappear. Kids will enjoy mathematics and solve sums in the conventional method using Vedic tricks, and this is going to be helpful as they go to higher classes.
Vedic Mathematics is applicable for students who are writing competitive exams, as it has been shown to help them finish their papers on time. Aside from this, it can be beneficial in a number of ways, such as speeding up the calculation process, making the paper easy to read and understand, and increasing an individual's confidence and self-esteem.
Vedic Maths Tricks can be incredibly useful for competitive exams such as the various state-level entrance exams, Indian Railways and banks, and even for examinations like the Civil Services Exam.
It helps in the fast calculations as there will be aptitude questions. Students can solve the answers mentally in seconds, instead of spending hours working on them.
It also reduces the burden of long mental calculation. The mathematical concept is made easier - it reduces scratchwork and delivers answers instantly.
Parents and teachers are the pillars and support for children. So encourage them, I’m sure the kids will perform very well in their academics. Try to teach them the tricks and make maths easy and interesting. You will not only learn and teach, but you will also grow by earning an extra income by tutoring Vedic Maths.
In general, mathematics is an integral part of our day-to-day lives, without mathematics, it would be extremely difficult to survive, especially Vedic Mathematics is very simple and quick in itself.
For example, the formulas and tricks help us to calculate fast in a grocery shop or to calculate and Cross-check a bill.
What can you learn as a Beginner and what I teach with the Beginners Guide?
As a beginner, you need to first learn the basics and the foundation must be strong. With that in mind, make sure that you are consistent with your progress in order to see the best results.
We have a number of courses on our website. You can take a look at the Roadmap and the first course is The Beginners Guide to Vedic Maths.
Under the Beginners guide course, we have 18 chapters, which includes the Vedic sutras plus a few bonus chapters. Here is where you will learn Vedic maths from scratch. Vedic sutras will have English translation and mathematical meaning along with examples and exercise sums. Even a person from a non-maths background can learn this course and become a master in mathematics.
What next after learning the beginner's guide?
Once you complete Beginners guide to Vedic Maths, you can get started with the next course, i.e., Multiplication Mastery, here you have 11 chapters and it's explained in detail.
Then comes Division mastery, and followed by Fraction, HCF-LCM, Square, Cubes and its roots, then comes VM tricks and Competitive papers,.. etc.
Under Beginners Guide to Vedic Maths you have Sutras which explains the basics, whereas, in individual courses you have problems explained in detail.
So friends, hurry up, get started with the Beginners Guide, and become a Master in Mathematics.