He is said to have reconstructed the ancient system of Vedic Mathematics from certain Sanskrit texts which other scholars had dismissed as nonsense. The methods he showed and the simple Sutras on which it is based are extraordinarily simple and easy to apply, and the whole system possesses a unity not found in conventional mathematical methods. His life was devoted to helping those individuals he could and also helping to bring about world peace and spiritual renewal. This short article aims to show something of his character and life and is drawn mainly from an introduction by Mrs Manjula Trivedi in the book "Vedic Mathematics" by Bharati Krishna. She looked after Bharati Krishna in the last years of his life and afterwards took charge of the Foundation he set up in Nagpur in the Sri Vishwapunarniman Sangha. According to Manjula Trivedi, Bharati Krishna "named as Venkatraman in his early days, was an exceptionally brilliant student and invariably won the first place in all subjects in all the classes throughout his educational career.
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Sinha served as its President. Manjula Trivedi] In February he went on a trans-oceanic tour to America to speak on world peace and Vedanta, staying three months in Los Angeles, California traveling via the United Kingdom. This was the first tour outside India by a Shankaracharya in the history of the order. Manjula Trivedi] He attended many national and international religious conferences and many other "yoga" workshops.
He remained the Shankaracharya of the Govardhan Matha until his death in Mafatlala, a generous Mumbai business magnate and math devotee of the late Swami Sankaracarya. His treatise on this field of mathematics is a fundamental work on speed and accuracy in basic mathematics.
The Vedic Math ideal is a mental calculation and one-line notation. The foundations of Vedic Mathematics were mentioned in the Vedas themselves and even in the Vedanta scriptures. These had lain unused for many millennia, till the Swami rediscovered them. His book, "Vedic Mathematics", comprises many algorithms.
He revealed his source in the ancient Hindu Vedas. Some are intuitively reconstructed from the "Atharva" Veda and from Parisistas appendix of the "Atharva" Veda. Alas, many advanced formula were promised but not given in his first and only book. It was to be proofread and published in the USA but was send back to India in after his death. In , this manuscript was published by Motilal Banarsidass, Varanasi, India and reprinted four times in the s.
Manjula Trivedi, the dedication to "Vedic Mathematics"] His book, "Vedic Mathematics", included sixteen terse formulas for mental mathematics. For arithmetic, we are given several algorithms for whole number multiplication and division, flag or straight division, fraction conversion to repeating decimal numbers, calculations with measures of mixed units, summation of a series, squares and square roots duplex method , cubes and cube roots with expressions for a digit schedule , and divisibility by osculation.
For fractional expressions, a separation algorithm and fraction merger algorithms are given. Other techniques handle certain patterns of some special case algebraic equations. Just an introduction to differential and integral calculus is given.
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His father was P. Narasimha Shastri, originally a tehsildar at Tirunelveli , in Madras Presidency , who later became the Deputy Collector of the Presidency. Ranganath Shastri was a judge in the Madras High Court. Venkataraman passed his matriculation examination from Madras University in January , where he also finished first. According to his own testimonials, Sanskrit and oratory were his favorite subjects.
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Shakaran He believed in the ancient Vedic tradition of all-round spiritual and cultural harmony, and his ambition for humanity was a world-wide cultural and spiritual renewal. The Tibetan Medicine and amthematics Health. The Supreme Yoga 2 Vols. Reflections on My Life and Writings, Vol. For arithmeticBharatikrishna gives several algorithms for whole number multiplication and division, flag or straight division, fraction conversion to repeating decimal numbers, calculations with measures of mixed units, summation of a series, squares and square roots duplex methodcubes and cube roots with expressions for a digit scheduleand divisibility by osculation. The Collected Works of J.
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I do, however, find references to a mail-order diploma bill by the same name operating out of newspaper classifieds. Given that the only "source" provided for these academic credentials is in the preface to a book by the subject of the article himself, how do we feel about keeping this assertion here? I also added an external link that I hope is informative. Thanks to the author; I learned much. I will return to add page citations of history and algorithms. Larry R. Furthermore, alas, the master key to generate Pi was not given in his rewritten manuscript.
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