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By Dhaval Bathia. Can you multiply by and get the answer in a single line? Can you find the cube root of or in just 2 seconds? Can you find out how much money a person has without him telling you? Can you solve squares, square roots, Algebra and Geometry questions in a jiffy?! All such amazing techniques are mentioned in this book which will help you befriend numbers and score very good marks in your exams.

The book is divided into three parts — Basic, Intermediate and Advanced. Enough solved examples are given for easy understanding. A practice exercise is given after every chapter to enable the student to test himself. Filled with illustrations and graphical designs it is a very handy guide for all students aiming to score high marks in math and crack competitive exams.

Since a very young age, I had a passion for learning mindpower sciences. Most of my time was spent reading books and the remaining time was spent impressing friends with my mental abilities. I used to do so-called strange things like multiplying three-digit numbers in my mind, memorizing a pack of well shuffled cards, predicting the days on which dates in the century would fall and so on. These activities were more as a source of entertainment to me than anything else.

In my wildest dreams I had never imagined that one day I would become a faculty on these subjects. People often ask me how I as a college student landed up in this world of Vedic mathematics and training people in memory improvement and study skills.

Well, honestly speaking, I am not sure myself exactly when I started these activities — because there was no specific starting point but rather a process that evolved. When I finished my tenth standard exams, I had a long vacation before college would begin.

With the desire that I do something productive in my days of leisure, my father brought some books for me on quick calculations. He knew that I was very good at mental mathematics and so probably he thought that I needed to polish my abilities and some good books would help.

I read the books with keen interest and understood the systems. But as time passed by, I completely forgot about it. About a year later, one of our family friends who is the Principal of a school came to my place.

She asked me whether I would do a seminar for her standard ten students on quick calculation and especially Vedic Mathematics. Not that I suffered from stage-fear or anything like that, but the thought of formally teaching a whole group of similarly aged students was not instantly acceptable.

The lady did not try to convince me any further but only said to me, Think again, you are losing an opportunity. The next day I called her up with an affirmative answer. The seminar was arranged after three days.

When I entered the auditorium, I was filled with some skepticism and pessimism as among my audience were students who played cricket with me on weekends and now I had to teach them a subject which they hated with all their heart!

I vividly remember the two hours of that introductory lecture. As I unfolded the techniques to the audience, I could actually see that they were bedazzled with its workings. As the lecture progressed, the excitement and enthusiasm increased amongst the crowd and even their mathematics professors joined them.

They became deeply engrossed in the lecture and never realized when the two hours had passed by. I received some wonderful feedback from the students. They seemed to be all charged up. And believe it or not, one girl actually came and told me that she lost all her fear for mathematics after attending my lecture. The professors asked me to come once again. All in all, it was indeed the most memorable experience of my life. That same night, when I came home I became absolutely thoughtless for a moment.

From the very next day, I became sort-of famous in my community with the word spreading around that a very young boy is teaching magic in mathematics. Since then, phone calls started coming from parents, teachers and other schools. I was so overwhelmed with this wonderful response that I was suddenly filled with a tremendous sense of gratitude towards Vedic mathematics. I thought, since this science has given me such a lot of happiness and a feeling of self-fulfillment, it is only fair that I engage in the cause of making it popular and easily accessible to the general public.

Four years have passed since I gave my first seminar and till date I have conducted hundreds of sessions interacting with thousands of people from all parts of the country. Many leading schools and colleges have implemented the systems that I teach. The management of these institutions has reported that students have shown praiseworthy improvement in their exam performance after learning these systems.

Since most of the content of my seminars was oral, I often received complaints from people that they failed to retain the techniques in the long run.

I was urged to publish my systems in a written format so that it could be used as a reference work whenever required. They urged me to write a book on the techniques that I teach. Many readers of my first book wrote to me that they liked the introductory techniques of Vedic Mathematics in my book but they wanted to learn the systems in detail.

They insisted that I deal with the subject in a comprehensive manner. Initially, I was a bit skeptical about writing another book when I had just published my first.

Being a college student, there was a lot of commitment involved in my mainstream studies, extra-curricular activities and pursuing my professional degrees. Thus, I had to wait for a while before I commenced writing the typescript of this book. My very first concern when I started writing this book on Vedic mathematics was how should I deal with the subject.

There were tons of books already present in the market and the Internet was also filled with innumerable research articles on Vedic mathematics. When such a lot of information was already available, I had to start searching for a strong reason to write another book.

Not that I had to prove myself to someone or something like that, but a strong purpose would help me give a focus to the contents of the book. I would be able to write the book in such a way that it had a certain appeal and meaning to the reader. I was not interested in writing another book on the same subject, but was keen on giving a strong identity to my book. Upon discussion with other colleagues who teach Vedic Mathematics and on the basis of feedback received from the participants of my seminars, I made the following realizations:.

They wanted to learn techniques which would help them solve mathematical problems in the least time possible. They needed a book that would make the entire subject so simple that even an average student would be able to understand it. The schools wanted a book which would guide beginners and help them understand the subject right from the basics. With these concerns in mind, I included specific techniques mentioned in the book which are of immense help to students appearing for competitive exams.

For example, the study of cube-roots is divided into two parts — perfect cubes and imperfect cubes. Similarly, the study on square roots has also been divided into two parts. Students while preparing for competitive exams will encounter perfect cubes and perfect squares in different questions and they can find their roots instantly with the techniques described independently in these chapters. Although not a part of traditional Vedic Mathematics, I have also included techniques on magic squares, remembering calendars, calculating dates, etc.

Thus, this book not only has techniques of Vedic Mathematics but also includes many other methods which can be used by students appearing for competitive exams. Not all these techniques are a part of Vedic Mathematics but I have not refrained from using them.

The second concern was that of younger students who generally came up with the complaint that they found it very difficult to understand Vedic Mathematics. This concern of theirs prompted me to deal with the subject from the very basic level.

I have used the simplest possible language throughout the book. The book is divided in three parts — Basic, Intermediate and Advance. The chapters are arranged in the ascending order of the difficulty involved in the calculation procedure. Thirdly, every chapter is concluded with a small summary and practice exercise to enable the student to test himself.

The problems in the exercise are arranged in the increasing order of difficulty. Thus, it will facilitate the students to practice problems with different levels of difficulty and check the answers with the chapter-wise solutions given at the end of the book.

Fourthly, I have used a lot of visual effects and diagrams along with explanations which will aid the student to understand better. And lastly, I have written the book in a conversational style so that you can understand it entirely by yourself and will not feel the need for any external support to explain the techniques.

Throughout the book, you will feel that I am talking to you and will feel the presence of a teacher while reading the chapters. You will find an answer to most of your queries in that section. And there are those who give and know not pain in giving, nor do they seek joy, nor give with mindfulness of virtue;They give as in yonder valley the myrtle breathes its fragrance into space.

To all people from the media for acting like the breeze that carried the fragrance of my messages across vale and brook. To all people who have created obstacles in my work: had you not given me autumn, how would I have realized the value of spring?

To my Gurus. They showered their rain of knowledge on me when I was a bud so that I blossomed and become a beautiful flower. And even after I had blossomed, their teachings stayed with me in the form of dewdrops. He graduated from the prestigious Narsee Monjee College of Mumbai. He is also one of the youngest faculties to train students in Vedic Mathematics.

He gave his first seminar on Vedic Mathematics at the age of At seventeen, he started training Vedic Mathematics and other mind-power sciences to professors in various educational institutions and urged them to spread his. Upload Sign In Join. Home Books Science. Create a List. Download to App. Length: pages 2 hours.

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Dhaval Bathia born 26 June is an Indian educationist and author. His books have been translated and published in more than 15 languages. Born in a business family from Mumbai , he was an able student. He did his schooling with St. Anne's High School, Orlem Malad. During his early college life, he came across Vedic Mathematics, a set of techniques designed by an ancient Indian spiritual guru.