# Vedic Mathematics Book

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## Vedic Mathematics Book

Vedic Mathematics is written by the Indian monk Bharati Krishna Tirtha, and first published in 1965. It contains a list of mathematical techniques, which the author claimed were retrieved from the Vedas and supposedly contained all mathematical knowledge.

In simple words Vedic Mathematics is a collection of Techniques / Sutras / methods to solve mathematical arithmetics problems in an easy and faster way. It consists of 16 Sutras (Formulaes) and 13 sub-sutras (Sub Formulae) which can be used for problems involved in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, conics.

### Vedic Mathematics Book Contents

Here are some topics which will help you to learn Vedic math in an easy way:

• Introduction to vedic mathematics
• Analysis of vedic mathematics by mathematicians and others
• Views of Prof. S.G.Dani about Vedic Mathematics from Frontline
• Neither Vedic Nor Mathematics
• Views about the Book in Favour and Against
• Vedas: Repositories of Ancient Indian Lore
• A Rational Approach to Study Ancient Literature
• Shanghai Rankings and Indian Universities
• Conclusions derived on Vedic Mathematics and the Calculations of Guru Tirthaji – Secrets of Ancient Maths
• Introduction to Basic concepts and a fuzzy model
• Introduction to FCM and the Working of this Model
• Definition and Illustration of Fuzzy Relational Maps (FRMS)
• Definition of the New Fuzzy Dynamical System
• Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps with Examples
• Description of Neutrosophic Relational Maps
• Description of the new Fuzzy Neutrosophic model
• Mathematical analysis of the views about vedic mathematics using fuzzy model
• Views of students about the use of Vedic Mathematics in their curriculum
• Teachers views on Vedic Mathematics and its overall influence on the Students Community
• Views of Parents about Vedic Mathematics
• Views of Educationalists about Vedic Mathematics
• Views of the Public about Vedic Mathematics
• Observations
• Students’ Views
• Views of Teachers
• Views of Parents
• Views of the Educated
• Observations from the Views of the Public
• REFERENCE
• INDEX