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## Study of mathematics through indian veda's : A review

Tarunika Sharma 1 , Rashi Khubnani 1 and Chitiralla Subramanyam 1

Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd Journal of Physics: Conference Series , Volume 2332 , Futuristic Research in Modeling of Dynamical Systems (FRMDS 2022) 03/05/2022 - 05/05/2022 Online Citation Tarunika Sharma et al 2022 J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 2332 012006 DOI 10.1088/1742-6596/2332/1/012006

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Vedic Mathematics a method of conceptual calculation also reasoning. It has 16 sutras (formulas) and 13 sub-sutras(corollary). Vedic Mathematics formulas, which are mathematical concepts founded proceeding antediluvian Indian scripts called Veda meaning, knowledge reiterated by SWAMI SRI BHARATI KRISNA TIRTHAJI MAHARAJA. Due to its versatile nature and speed, it applies to many fields. This paper is an array of growth and development in the field of Vedic mathematics with a special focus on the structure of Vedic multipliers and Vedic algorithms like Urdhva Tiriyagbhyam and Nikhilam algorithms. Further an over view of Vedic Mathematics with NEP2020 is deliberated.

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## Design of High Performance ALU Using Vedic Mathematics

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The fundamental and the core of all the Digital Signal Processors (DSPs) are its multipliers and the speed of the DSPs is mainly determined by the speed of its multiplier. IEEE floating point format is a standard format used in all processing elements since Binary floating point numbers multiplication is one of the basic functions used in digital signal processing (DSP) application. In this work VHDL implementation of Floating Point Multiplier using Vedic mathematics is carried out. The Urdhva Tiryakbhyam sutra (method) was selected for implementation since it is applicable to all cases of multiplication. Multiplication of two no’s using Urdhva Tiryakbhyam sutra is performed by vertically and crosswise. The feature is any multi-bit multiplication can be reduced down to single bit multiplication and addition using this method. On account of these formulas, the carry propagation from LSB to MSB is reduces due to one step generation of partial product.

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Dandapani Gautam

The Analysis of Four Fundamental Mathematical Operations in Ancient Sanskrit Text

Daya Tiwari

Exposition of the Chakrawal Method: A Gen of Bhaskara’s Algebra

Ravi Asrani

History of Multiplication: Classical Period in Indian Mathematics

Prabha S.Rastogi, Sandhya Nitin

Squaring a Circle and Vice Versa Made Easy Up To Any Desired Approximation

Two Approximations of the Sine Function: A Comparison

Anant Vyawahare, Sanjay Deshpade

Study of Applications of Graph Theory in ancient Indian shlokas (scripts)

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Chhanda Shastra of Pingalacharya

Shaifali Joshi, Anant Vyawahare

Myths and Facts about the Inventions by Ancient Scholars in the Vedic Mathematics Arena

Dr G.S.Babu, P.C.Reddy

Indispensability of Numbers and Numerals of Indian Intellectual Traditions and their Scientific Role

Dr Daya Shankar Tiwary

The Third Diagonal

Prof.A.Vyawahare, G.Ghormade

Origin of 360 degrees

Contributions of Kerala to Mathematics

Bharathi Krishna Tirtha’s Vedic Maths and early Indian mathematics: comparison of the fundamental arithmetic operations

Arvind Prasad

Lilavati and Vedic Mathematics

Jayanta Acharya

Relevance of Shulbasutras of the Yajurveda : Modern Context

Dr. Daya Shankar Tiwary

The Side of a Regular Polygon – Lilawati Method

Dr. A.W. Vyawahare, Sanjay M. Deshpande

Contribution of Indian Mathematics to the World

Multiplication Techniques: Ancient Indian Methods vis-à-vis Tirthaji’s Methods in Vedic Maths

Application of Vedic Mathematics in High Speed Systems – A Survey

Raymond Austin

Designing of Digital Circuits using Vedic Mathematics for Engineering Applications

G Sreelakshmi

Design and implementation of 64-bit Vedic Multiplier for DSP Application

AP Chavan, Divya H, A.Prathibha

Optimization of Total Reversible Logic Implementation Cost using Vedic mathematics

Dr S Praveen

Comparative study of adders used in designing High speed Vedic Multipliers for VLSI applications

Raghavendra Prasad

A Survey on Implementation of Vedic Mathematics Sutras in Information Technology

Ethnomathematics – An effective pedagogical tool to enrich math teaching

A Comparative Study on Teachers’ Consciousness Towards Vedic Mathematics in District Mohali and Barnala (Punjab)

Sukhwinder Kaur, Pooja Rani

A Fuzzy Model for Analysing Vedic Mathematics

Ravi K M, R.G.Shivakumar

Vedic Maths – A Merit in management of competitive Examinations

Shastri, Hankey

Aggrandizing Human Potential of Computation through Indian Intellectual Traditions of Vedic Algorithms

Dr. Smitha S

Vedic Mathematics as a part of school curriculum- a Controversy

Sumita Bansal

Vedic Mathematics: Its impact on Children with Special Needs

Pooja Rani, Sukhwinder Kaur

Vedic Maths in Education

G. Sankaranarayanan, A. Subramaniam

Jayanthi Saravanan

Teaching Vedic Math to Non-Traditional Audiences

Richard Blum

Impact of Vedic Mathematics in Education

Samrudh J, R. Prasad

Deeper Reasons Why Students Find Vedic Mathematics So Enjoyable

Alex Hankey, Vasanth Shastri

Challenges to Assimilating Vedic Maths in the Maths Classroom

Vedic Maths as a Pedagogic Tool

James Glover, Kenneth Williams

Converting a Number to a Palindromic Number

Ramyanitharshini Balaji

A Unique Way of Computing the Product of Two Numbers Ending in 5: An Application of Sub-Corollary Antyayordasake’pi

Factorisation and Differential Calculus

Kenneth Williams

Evaluation of Permutations and Combinations

The Use of Vedic Mathematics in Modular Arithmetic and Prime Factorisation

Usha Sundararaman

Binomial Expansions and the “Naughty” Calculus

James Glover

By Mere Observation

Building Polynomials from Separate Roots: An Ultimate Vindication of Vertically and Crosswise

Nathan Annenberg

Multiplication by Nines and its Astronomical Applications

Kennth Williams

Sum and Difference of Squares

Connection of Paravartya Sutra with Vedic and Non-Vedic Mathematics

Krishna Parajuli, et al

Divisibility Checks using Osculation

Muthuselvi Prabhu

Practical Mathematics

Advaita and the Sutras of Vedic Mathematics

A New Approach to Solving Linear Equations

Ashwini Kale, Anant Vyawahare

Connection of Vedic Mathematics to Modular Arithmetic

A Novel Approach to Squaring Technique using Vedic Mathematics applied with EdSIM51

S.Sarma, Dr G.D.Babu

Finding Sums of Powers of Roots of Polynomials

Applying the Ekadhikena Purvena Sutra to Investigate Prime and Fermat Pseudoprime Numbers using a Multiple-precision Arithmetic Library in C/C++

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Application of Vedic Sutras in Binary Arithmetic and Binary Logic

Muthuselvie Prabhu

Totally Self-Reliant Trigonometry

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Geeta Ghormade, Anant Vyawahare

A Deeper Look into Tirthji’s Methods for Generating Recurring Decimal Strings

Marianne Fletcher

Comparing Conventional Iterative Methods to the Vedic Method of Determining Roots of Cubic and Quartic Equations

Innovative Method of Multiplication (Advancement of Ekadhikena Purvena Sutra)

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Finding Cube Roots: Nepali and Vedic Method

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A Prime Number Investigation using Binary Strings Generated by using the Ekadhikena Sutra

Solution of Right-Angled Triangles using Vertically and Crosswise

Vedic Mathematics Devices for Squaring

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A New Approach to the Teaching of Coordinate Geometry

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A Novel Approach of Multiplying Four Numbers near a Base

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Vasant V Shastri, Alex Hankey

Vyashti Samashti – A Sutra from Sankaracarya Bharati Krishna Tirtha

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Robert McNeil

An Investigation into the Working of the Ekadhikena Purvena Sutra, and how it can be used to Identify Prime Numbers

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The Vedic method of Indian mathematics is thought to be ancient. It has acted as a priceless gift to the nation through ancient eras of India. The Vedic mathematics was constructed using 16 formulas called sutras and 13sub-sutras(sub formula). The Vedic mathematics is designed in a way that calculations are carried out mentally. The main fact about Vedic mathematics was, for any difficult problem the answer should be calculated in one line. Vedic formulas can be used in these areas and often applied to practical, trigonometric, conic, and differential, and advanced mathematics. Vedic mathematics is a part of four Vedas Sthapathya-Veda, which covers the concepts of civil engineering and architectures this is an upa-Veda of atharva Veda. Sutra is given a very short formula to carry out difficult mathematical calculations in a very easy and simple manner and to executing them mentally. These sutras are used for multiplications, division, factorization, recurring decimals and solutions of simple equations. Quadratic equations, integration by partial fraction and differential calculus are used. Some topics of geometry such as Pythagorean theorem, and some theorems of Apollonius and it also covers more advanced mathematics such as analytical expressions of straight line and analytical conics.

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This study examined at how Vedic Mathematics solves basic math problems using Vedic Mathematics. The ancient approach of Indian mathematics is known as Vedic mathematics. It employs a one-of-a-kind computation method based on the 16 sutras and 13 sub-sutras including a variety of modern mathematical problems such as trigonometry, arithmetic, geometry, factorization, quadratic equations, and calculus. This study summarizes some important sutras from Vedic mathematics with examples. Additionally, we highlight some recent applications of Vedic mathematics from existing literature.

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Vedic Mathematics was rediscovered and reconstructed by Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji from ancient Sanskrit texts Veda early last century between 1911 – 1918 is popularly known today is Vedic Mathematics. It is an extremely refined, independent and efficient mathematical system based on his 16 formulae and some sub-formulae with simple rules and principles. The main purpose of this paper is to communicate a new approach to Mathematics, offering simple, direct, one-line, mental solutions to mathematical problems. In the way of basic mathematical operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication and division can be done in simple ways, and results are obtained quickly and can be checked in a minute by using the Vedic techniques. In this system, for any problem, there is always one general technique and also some special pattern problems. This paper especially concentrates only on the specific pattern of elementary operation of Vedic Mathematics.

Atara Shriki

As practicing the manipulations of algebraic expressions might be considered as ‘dry’ and tiresome, I thought it would be possible to ‘spice it up’ by presenting students with some of the Vedic Mathematics rules. The rules are clearly presented in these short videos, and verifying them requires students to employ basic algebra. In addition, this can serve as a good opportunity to present students with some ideas rooted in the history of mathematics.

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https://www.ijert.org/labview-an-interactive-teaching-tool-for-few-concepts-of-vedic-mathematics https://www.ijert.org/research/labview-an-interactive-teaching-tool-for-few-concepts-of-vedic-mathematics-IJERTV3IS090801.pdf The computer technology and internet are the powerful tools and provides effective way of learning atmosphere for engineering disciplines. Virtual instruments is one of the efficient teaching tools for students which have been incorporated by many academic institutes. LabVIEW software's application can be used to teach the concepts of Vedic Mathematics. For fast and effective learning an interactive Graphical User Interface (GUI) has been developed to demonstrate the stepwise procedure of Vedic Multiplication Concepts like Ekadhikena Purvena and Urdhva Tiryagbhyam. The paper aims to provide some background knowledge about the designed tool and to show alternative delivery methods, which may change the traditional practices. This tool is user friendly, cost effective and compatible in all working environments. The main focus of the paper is to deal with common problems faced by the institutions and the educators and also provides some guidance for choosing the most appropriate tool required. Finally, the paper contemplates the future trends and provides some discussion.

History of Science in South Asia

The purpose of this paper is to review the general organization of knowledge in the Kriyākramakarī, a sixteenth-century treatise of Kerala mathematics. Specifically, I will argue that the authors' interest in justification or proof is integrative, rather than hierarchical or cumulative. In other words, the purpose of proofs in the Kriyākramakarī is to connect various different aspects of mathematics, rather than just establish results by means of previously known results.

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