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Vedic Mathematics

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This epoch-making and monumental work on Vedic Mathematics unfolds a new method of approach. It relates to the truth of numbers and magnitudes equally to all sciences and arts. The book brings to light how great and true knowledge is born of intuition, quite different from modern Western method. The ancient Indian method and its secret techniques are examined and shown to ...more
Paperback, 367 pages
Published December 1st 1992 by Motilal Banarsidass
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Stewart
I own this softcover edition -- I first read the original hardbound edition of 1965 (Altgeld Hall/Math Library, UIUC), which has the authentic movable-type (Sanskrit) India ink typography look & feel -- Absolutely marvelous! Not entirely easy reading, initially. I recommend "The Bhagavad Gita According to Gandhi" as an excellent introduction to the writing style and cultural background that Krishna Tirthaji uses and references in "Vedic Mathematics."
Gunjit
the definitive book on vedic mathematics.
Covers almost all generic areas, however can be a little hard to comprehend in the beginning.
Nonetheless helped me a lot in improving speed and accuracy.
Supersci9.2
A great book revealing many possible ways mathematical problems can be solved easily with simpler calculations and tricks ( as mentioned in indian vedas or devised by indian guru's ).
It gets somewhat difficult to understand it or memorise the tips and tricks or vedic mathematical methods because we all are bound to the present day methods and are not very familiar with other ways to solve mathematics easily. But if one is able to memorise all the methods and tricks mentioned and taught in this b
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Nov 30, 2014 Avani rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: mathematicians
Terrifying and glorious insight into the minds and talents of ancient Indians
Ujjwol
Awesome piece of Vedic Literature.
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