Teach children Vedic maths, PM Modi urges parents during Mann Ki Baat

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Updated on Apr 24, 2022 16:59 IST

During ‘Mann Ki Baat’ he said that Mathematics has never been a difficult subject for Indians, a big reason for this is Vedic Mathematics.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi during ‘Mann Ki Baat’ has urged parents to teach Vedic maths to their children. Modi stated that students can solve big scientific problems with Vedic mathematics.

PM Modi said: “I would like all parents to teach Vedic maths to their children. With this, their confidence will not only increase; the analytical power of their brain will also increase and yes, whatever little fear some children have about Mathematics, that phobia will also end completely.”

During ‘Mann Ki Baat’ he said that Mathematics has never been a difficult subject for Indians, a big reason for this is Vedic Mathematics. “The credit of Vedic mathematics in modern times goes to Shri Bharati Krishna Tirtha Ji Maharaj. He revived the ancient methods of calculation and named it Vedic Mathematics. The most important thing about Vedic Mathematics was that through it you can do even the most difficult calculations in your mind in the blink of an eye. You must have seen videos of many such youths learning and teaching Vedic maths on social media these days,” Prime Minister said.

He spoke with Gaurav Tekriwal from Kolkata, who for the last two-and-a-half decades, he has been taking this movement of Vedic mathematics forward.

Sharing his experience Tekriwal said: “When I was applying for business school twenty years ago, it used to have a competitive exam called CAT. There were many maths questions in it, which had to be done in little time. So, my mother brought me a book called Vedic Mathematics. Swami Shri Bharatikrishna Tirtha Ji Maharaj had written that book. And in that he gave 16 sutras. In which mathematics used to be very simple and very fast. When I read that, I was very inspired and then my interest was awakened in Mathematics.”

“I understood that this subject, which is a gift of India, which is our heritage, can be taken to every corner of the world. Since then I made it a mission to take Vedic Mathematics to every nook and corner of the world. Because the fear of mathematics haunts everyone. And what can be simpler than Vedic Mathematics,” he added.

He informed that his organization goes to schools, and also gives online education. He said: “The name of our organization is Vedic Maths Forum India. Under that organization, we teach Vedic Maths 24 hours a day through the internet.”

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ABHAY ANAND
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Abhay an alumnus of IIMC and Delhi University, has over a decade long experience of reporting on various beats of journalism. During his free time he prefers listening to music or play indoor and outdoor games.

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Instead, cbse and central and state board can introduce Vedic math for children, under the main curriculum math, and there by children will understand how important it is and also they will know how to use it properly. We as adults know it is important and therefore will learn. But at such a youn...Instead, cbse and central and state board can introduce Vedic math for children, under the main curriculum math, and there by children will understand how important it is and also they will know how to use it properly. We as adults know it is important and therefore will learn. But at such a young age, kids won't understand if parents tell, they are bound to neglect it. Also the time a child spends at school is more than the time he or she spends at home. Home is a place for the child to relax, refresh and do whatever he or she likes. U think that studying should be done at school, or else why should we send them if not for a proper education as priority? So my opinion that Vedic math should be included in the syllabus adjoining with main mathematics

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