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Vedic Mathematics

Vedic Math

Vedic Math Vedic mathematics is useful to do mathematical calculations with speed and accuracy calculations are an integral of any profession today and an important skill also. Vedic maths is based on sixteen sutras, which were unravelled by swami Bharati Krishna Tirtha Ji Maharaj, the Shankaracharya of Govardhan peeth, Puri. The Sixteen Sutras  Ekadhikena Purvena                                        […]

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ABACUS- A must for Right Brain working

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Dr Toshio Hayashi, Doctor of Engineering, Director of Research Institute of Advance  Science and Technology in his Lecture on August 24, 2000 brings out beautifully why it is necessary for the children to become Abacus Learners at a very early age as it will help them to develop their Right Brain activity His research is […]

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Right Brain working for Abacus Learners

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Ms Kimiko Kawano, a  Researcher has been studying for the past ten years, the behaviour of  Brain waves (EEG Electroencephalography) among students by subjecting them to various kinds of brain activities like listening to music or calculating mathematical problems. Their statistical analysis confirmed the hypothesis that the right side of the brain is active in […]

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Vedic Math

Vedic Math

Vedic mathematics is an ancient system of  Indian Mathematics which was rediscovered from the Vedas by Sri. Bharati Krishna Tirthaji (1884-1960) from the Vedas between  1911 and 1918. According to his research  Vedic mathematics collection of Techniques and sutras to solve mathematical concepts in an easy and faster way. It consists of 16 sutras or […]

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Ripple effects of Abacus Learning.

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Ripple effects of Abacus Learning. Let us explore the Research study made on the effects of Abacus Learning from the perspective of a Psychologist by Ms ShizkuoAmaiwa, Professor, Shinsu University, Faculty of Education. Her studies show that abacus study, besides improving the calculating ability byway of abacus and mentally also have beneficial ripple effects on […]

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ABACUS Was this invented by the Ancient Chinese?

Abacus

ABACUS  Was this invented by the Ancient Chinese? ABACUS was used as a tool for counting things very long ago, even before the claim of it as an invention of Ancient Chinese during the Ming Dynasty (1364-1644 CE) period. Hence Chinese may not have invented the ABACUS but a modern look on ABACUS came from […]

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Vedic Mathematics

Vedic Mathematics

Vedic Math benefits Vedic mathematics increases concentration and creativity It reduces scratch work and finger counting It helps to solve problems 10 to 15 times faster It also read to improve memory and  greater mental ability It generates the interest of children towards mathematics and science Mathematics probia eradicated Improves better logical and analytical skills […]

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Abacus

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Mental Math

Abacus practice not only improves the mathematics and creates interest in mathematics and also improve overall academic skill. Science has proved those who are practices abacus continuously can develop the unused right side of the brain which contributes to the whole brain development of individuals. Abacus education enables the child’s concentration, listening skills, speed, accuracy, […]

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Vedic Math

Vedic Math

ADVANTAGES OF VEDIC MATHEMATICS It is very original, totally unconventional and provides a new thinking and approach. It encourages mental calculations. It is easy, simple, direct and straightforward. Math’s, a dreadful subject is converted into a playful and blissful subject, which we keep on learning with smiles on the face and joy in the heart. […]

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Abacus Tool

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The word Abacus in latin, taken from Greek, word abax, which means flat surface. The earliest counting tables or boards may simply have been lines drawn in the sand. These evolved into actual tables with grooves in them to move the counters. The oldest counting board that has been found is called the salamis tablet. […]

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