Learn and Teach Vedic Mathematics

Learn and Teach Vedic Mathematics

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Item Code: IDI537
Author: Dr. S. K. Kapoor
Publisher: Lotus Press
Edition: 2013
ISBN: 8189093019
Pages: 308
Cover: Paperback
Other Details 8.3" X 5.3
Weight 380 gm
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Ved Rattan Dr. S. K. Kapoor is disciple of Yogiraj Sri Sripad Babaji Maharaj, Vrindavan and H. H. Maharishi Yogiji Maharaj.

Dr. Kapoor is continuing with the old traditions and is reviving the ancient discipline of Vedic Mathematics and Vedic Geometry.

Going by the saying that Author is known by the books Authored by him, it can be well said in respect of Ved Rattan Dr. S. K. Kapoor that he is deserving disciple of enlightened Gurus.

Present Book of the Author, is his sixth publication. Step by step, Dr. Kapoor is taking his readers in his books one after the other and the present one "Learn and Teach - Vedic Mathematics", following 'Glimpses of Vedic Mathematics', (2003) and Vedic Geometry (1994-95), 'Fermats Last theorem and Higher Spaces Reality Course' (1996-97), 'Foundation of Higher Vedic Mathematics' (1998-99),'GoldBack Theorem' (2000-01). (Published by M/s Arya Book Depot, Karol Bagh, New Delhi).

Dr. Kapoor has been awarded GURU GANGESHWARANANDA VEDA RATNA PURASKAR 1997 by Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan for his excellence and research in the field of Vedic Sciences and Mathematics. The Ved Ratna Puraskar, as these are called, have come to be accepted as highest epitomes of al honours that a Vedic scholar can strive to achieve in his life time.


Dr. Kapoor's approach to Vedic Mathematics is a geometric one, based on the structure of the Vedas and the Vedic literature. This therefore, offers a new approach to the teaching of mathematics, which has many important and profound implications. Though children deserve and expect a holistic education modern teaching remains fragmented and lacks coherence, so the unified approach to mathematics teaching outlined in this book and based on Vedic texts is very welcome.

Dr. Kapoor has demonstrated that the organization of knowledge in the Vedic literature mirrors the structure of Vedic Geometry. This Vedic Geometry transcends our familiar three-space geometry as it includes higher-dimensional spaces; all spaces having a four-fold structure. These are real space, which can be experienced by transcending the lower-dimensional space. The practice and understanding of transcendence is vital in education. Higher states of consciousness, which correspond to the experience of higher-dimensional spaces, need to be included in any educational system, so hat children recognise what they are already aware of: that reality goes beyond the familiar world of three dimensional space.

Every discipline should be taught in a way that brings out its full range and potential. The Ganita Sutras expounded by Sri Bharati Krsna Tirthaji cover all of mathematics, both pure and applied, and as Dr. Kapoor has shown, these have their own geometric format. Dr. Kapoor's approach to the teaching of mathematics is therefore a coherent and integrated one, which can transform mathematics education into a powerful tool for individual development. But first teachers must learn the Vedic system and how to teach it, and to this end Dr. Kapoor has given courses on learning and teaching Vedic Mathematics which are currently being made freely available on the Internet.

Foreword by Kenneth R. Williamsv
Ancient Wisdom

IUrge to Know
IILearn and Teach
IIIFour Courses: First Course: Learn and Teach Vedic Mathematics on Geometry Formats
IVSecond Course: Vedic Mathematics for Beginners
VThird Course: Mathematics Chase of Sanskrit
VIFourth Course: Transcended Basis of Human Frame
VIIWhy Vedic Mathematics
VIIIGlimpses of Vedic Mathematics
Ganita Sutras's Geometric Formats
IGanita Sutras Text
IIFormat of Ganita Sutra-1
IIIFormat of Ganita Sutra-2
IVFormat of Ganita Sutra-3
VFormat of Ganita Sutra-4
VIFormat of Ganita Sutra-5
VIIFormat of Ganita Sutra-6
VIIIFormat of Ganita Sutra-7
IXFormat of Ganita Sutra-8
XFormat of Ganita Sutra-9
XIFormat of Ganita Sutra-10
XIIFormat of Ganita Sutra-11-16
Space Book
IIA, An, The
IIIThat, This
VI(Mirror, Content)
VII(Linear, Order)
XVedic Mathematics operations
VMO-1 Beginning
VMO-2 Joint
VMO-3 Language/Statement
VMO-4 Mathematics
VMO-5 Oneness is to understand as that "One go" is "One"
VMO-6 Continuum and Transcendence
VMO-7 Source-Square-Beginning
VMO-8 (1, 2, 3, 8)
VMO-9 Interval-Lock-to Mind-Lock Square to Cube Lock/Hyper
VMO-10 One, Free; Lock, Key
VMO-11 Sunlight Tradition
VMO-12 Four Cubes
VMO-13 Four squares and four middle rays
VMO-14 Bottom end to World top
VMO-15 This (Eye) to That (Eye)
VMO-16 Entity-Entities
VMO-17 Content-Mirror and Mirror-Content
VMO-18 Line, Lock and T-20
VMO-19 Mind's Eye, Minds & Eyes
VMO-20 Bend Area, Bended middle
VMO-21 Sun God
VMO-22 Trinity of Gods
VMO-23 Hyper Surface Manifest from Un-manifest
XISpace Book Chapter: Order/Four
Sequential formulations first, second, third and so on.
Sun God Creator
Sequential formulations One, tow, three and so on.
Shrimad Bhagwad Geeta
IGeeta Study Zone Chase Step-1
IIGeeta Chapter-1
1. Geeta Parninam Shaloka (i)
2. Geeta Parinam Shaloka (ia)
3. Geeta Parinam Shaloka (ib)
4. Geeta Parinam Shaloka (ic)
5. Geeta Parinam Shaloka (id)
6. Geeta Parinam Shaloka (ie)
7. Geeta Parinam Shaloka (if)
IVElectronic Configurations tables (Chapter 1 to 18)
VChase as Manifestation Layer (3, 4, 5, 6)
Features of Basics
Basics features formulations
Initial Lessons
1Lesson-1 Ganita Sutras
2Lesson-2 Ganita Upsutras
3Lesson-3 Ganita Sutra-1
4Lesson-4 Number Cone
5Lesson-5 Domain Boundary ratio
6Lesson-6 Geometric Components Formulation
7Lesson-7 Existence of Higher space
8Lesson-8 Outward and Inward Expansions
9Lesson-9 Geometries of 3-Space
10Lesson-10 (2n +1) geometries for n-Space
11Lesson-11 Requirement of 960 cubes to net 6-Space domain
For Cosmic Intelligence Learning from Stage-1
2Mathematics Activity
3Lesson-1 Counting with rule from 1 to 10
4Lesson-2 Number line
5Lesson-3 counting with Rule from 10 to19
6Lesson-4 Counting with Rule from 20 to 29
7Four Weeks Training Course for First Stage Vedic Mathematics Teacher
8Group One: Lesson 1 to 10 for First Week of First Semester of Training Course
Lesson-1 Oral Counting
Lesson-2 Symbols writing appraisal
Lesson-3 Matching of Counts 1 to 10 with their writing symbols
Lesson-4 Setting of Counting pebbles in slots of numbers line
Lesson-5 Repeated picking up of two pebbles at a time and their setting
Lesson-6 repeated picking up of three pebbles at a time and their setting
Lesson-7 Repeated picking up of four pebbles at a time and their setting
Lesson-8 Repeated picking up of five and six pebbles as alternative picks and their setting
Lesson-10 Repeated picking up of nine and ten pebbles as alternative picks and their setting
1Appendix-1 List of Lessons 1 to 126 of VM Course-1
Learn and Teach Vedic Mathematics on Geometric formats
2Appendix-2 List of Lessons 1 to 112 of VM Course-2
3Appendix-3 List of Lessons 1 to 84 of VM Course-3
4Appendix-4 List of Lessons 1 to 81 of VM Course-4
5Appendix-5 Transcendental basis of Vedic Mathematics
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