It is well known that India has given the lead to the world in the field of Mathematics and has produced several mathematicians of eminence like Ramanujan. The value of zero and the use of decimals were made known to the world by Indian mathematicians and these laid the foundation of complex mathematical calculations for scientific technology and development of computers.
It is however less known that the use of mathematics and mathematical calculations is an ancient scientific proven asset found in the Vedas and the Sutras. The author has made an in-depth study of these ancient scriptures and brought to our knowledge details of mathematics expounded in our old literature. The book clearly highlights simple steps incorporated in the Vedas of solving complex mathematical problems in an easier, logical and interesting manner. The Book presents a very sound theoretical exposition with numerous illustrative problems and explanatory notes for easier understanding of critical mathematical problems detailed in the Sutras. Wherever necessary charts have been given to enrich the knowledge. Chapters are logically set and graded to cover the whole of Vedic mathematics thereby facilitating readersto grasp the subject. Students will find chapters in this book containing simple and useful tips for easy and very interesting calculations. The unified approach to teaching of mathematics, outlined in the book as based on Vedic Mathematics is therefore most welcome and is of great relevance even today.
About the Author:
Mahesh Maheshwari (Tawani) is a Fellow member of the Institute of Charted Accountants of India. He has done Oracle and D2K course. He is mapping requirements and is providing customized software selection of appropriate technique, for various MIS reports, analyzing on system and co-ordinating with system design, integration and implementation. Application, maintenance and technical support of ERP like SAP are his main concerns. He has over 20years of experience of Finance and Software development in Audit, Media, Projects and Steel Ind.
Drawing sketches is one of his interests. He has conducted exhibition of sketches of Lord Ganesha, and Sri Hanumanji.
He has conducted seminars on Vedic Maths in Schools, Colleges, companies and other institutions.
As efforts based on his vast experience have been made to solve problems and perform calculations in a very interesting manner it would encourage minds for learning maths and it will not be a bugbear for the learners.