Hello, my name Is Krishang Bhardwaj, and I am going to tell you what I thought was the most interesting and useful thing that we learned in the 2nd class of the 201 courses. What I thought was interesting and useful was VEDIC MATH.
VEDIC MATH is divided into 16 SUTRAS or word Formulae and 13 sub-Sutras, this collection of sutras and sub-sutras are found in the ATHARVEDA. These Sutras were re-discovered by Bharti Krishnaji. Bharti Krishnaji was born on 14th March 1884 at Tinnievelly, Tamil Nadu, India. He was awarded Saraswathi by the Sanskrit Association of Madras in 1899. He also had 6 master’s degrees, he had Master's in Sanskrit, English, History, Philosophy, Mathematics and Science from the Bombay centre of the American College of Science, Rochester, New York. After he participated in India’s freedom movement, he went to Sringeri Matha and got Sannyasa under Shankaracharya in 1909. Then Bharti Krishnaji went into deep meditation and studied Metaphysics and the Vedas, from 1911 to 1918 which led him to rediscover the 16 sutras of VEDIC Math, Vedic math covered all the branches of mathematics. Examples are Algebra, Conics, Geometry, Trigonometry, Arithmetic etc. I can't wait to start implementing the Vedic Maths tricks into my daily Life.