“Purvamnaya Vaidikaganita Prasikshana Prakalpa” is the name blessed by the 145th H.H.Shreemajjadguru Shankaracharya Nischalananda Saraswatiji of Govardhan Math; the Holiest place of Puri, Odisha. Govardhan Math is 2500 years old math of eastern India where Rig veda is taught and Vaidik Ganit is rediscovered by the 143rd Shankaracharya of this math. We are happy to be blessed by Gurudevji to give permission to teach students of the “Gurukul” at Govardhan math. Very often we have opportunity to discuss Vaidik mathematics with H.H.Shreemajjagadguru Nischalananda Saraswatiji, the Shankaracharya of Govardhan math; Puri.
Since last 12 years we are offering classes at different schools, colleges and Universities of Odisha and training teachers for promoting Vaidik Ganit.
We organise camps at different places of and train students and teachers of different schools and colleges.
I was very keen to understand the subject Mathematics from my childhood but I
really enjoyed the subject when I got the book Vedic mathematics by Jagadguru
Bharati Krishna Tirthaji maharaj. It took long three years to understand the different
words used in that book because those were in sanskrit.
Now the race began and I worked hard day and night on this subject which
helped me to innovate new formulae on mathematics. My hard work helped me to
find the relationship between the sixteen sutras of vedic mathematics and the
different algebraic formulae. I believe it is the blessings of Gurudev (Jagadguru
Nischalananda saraswatiji) and maa Saraswatiji to understand this subject.
I render my special thanks to Gurudev, Venket Shastriji, Prof. Kumar Devaduttaji Ankita Mohapatra, Prakashji of Govardhan peetha and the team of KIIT University who guided, inspired and helped me a lot to develop this PaaS Portal.
In the early part of the 9th century, when Adi Shankaracharya was wandering in the southern part of the India, he happened to pass through a village called Sri Bali (Shivalli, near Udupi in present day India).
In that village there was a pious and learned Brahmin named Prabhakara, he had a 13 year old son who had a pleasant, angel like face; his actions appeared rather strange to the people around. So they thought that the boy was simply an idiot.
The boy was now 13 year old and he never spoke a word. So everyone believed him to be dumb. When Prabhakara (the boy's father), heard of this sage who would be visiting his village, he went to see Adi Shankara and requested him to come to his house and bless the unfortunate child.
When Ramanujan fell ill, Hardy came to his residence to visit Ramanujan in a taxi with a number 1729. That day, he made a comment to Ramanujan saying that the number of the taxi he came appeared to be very dull number. Ramanujan corrected him instantly saying that it was an interesting number and explained that it was the smallest natural number that could be expressed as the sum of two positive cubes, in two different ways (i.e., 1³ + 12³ and 9³ + 10³.)