His Holiness Jagadguru Shankaracharya Shri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji Maharaja is the father of Vedic Mathematics. He was a gifted person and had done his Masters in seven subjects including Mathematics.
He compiled and authored the monumental work ‘Vedic Mathematics’ which is the foundation for all Vedic Maths work across the globe.
We owe deeply to Tirthaji for helping the world with Vedic Maths so that it helps children shed the Math phobia and make math fun and interesting.
His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Nishchalananda Saraswati who is the current Shankaracharya of Puri is carrying forward the tradition of Vedic Mathematics after Tirthaji.
He is an eminent mathematician and a scholar and has authored over seven books in the field of Vedic Mathematics.
It’s his vision that the world learn and understand Vedic Mathematics and it be promoted globally for the benefit of mankind.
She adds a 16-digit number with another one and multiplies the result with an equal array of numbers almost instantaneously, finds the cube root of the resultant and pops up with an answer in just about the time taken for a wink.
Humanly not possible as even to ask the question would, in its shortest possibility, take a minute. Rated as one in 58 million for her stupendous mathematical feats by one of the fastest super-computers ever invented – – the Univac-1108 – – Shakuntala Devi is a genius par excellence.
Gaurav Tekriwal is the founder President of The Vedic Maths Forum India. Gaurav has extensively travelled the world in his endeavor to promote High Speed Vedic Maths from South Africa to Dubai, from Thailand to Oman among other countries.
Gaurav’s communication abilities and the knowledge of the subject have made him an invited guest speaker at prominent schools, colleges and universities across the globe.
Vishwanath Govind Unkalkar is the author of the Bestseller book ‘Magical World of Vedic Mathematics’ and has done significant research on Vedic Mathematics.
He regularly trains students on the topic and travels between the United States and India to promote the cause of Vedic Mathematics.We love him due to his humbleness and down to earth approach when teaching the subject.
Prof. P.K.Srivathsa from the Indian Institute of Science has been promoting the cause of Vedic Mathematics in the academic circles over the last twenty years.Prof. Srivathsa’s knowledge and oratory skills makes him a very sought after speaker in various national and international conferences.
His research deals with combining Vedic Maths and Information Technology and would be soon releasing his four part voluminous work on the subject.
Dr. Thapliyal current research interests include reversible logic, 3D ICs, conservative logic, emerging technologies, Vedic mathematics, design of efficient arithmetic units, design of field-programmable gate array (FPGA) architectures for emerging nanotechnologies, and FPGA-based system design.
He was awarded Rs. 100 000 by the State Government of Uttaranchal, India, for his research on Vedic mathematics. He is currently serving as the IEEE Computer Society representative in IEEE GOLD.
Dhaval Bathia is the author of the International Best Seller ‘ Vedic Mathematics made Easy’ which has been translated in over ten languages.
He has been credited to bring Vedic Mathematics to the mainstream globally through television and by the use of technology.His workshops has a powerful impact on youth and adults alike.
Vineet Patawari’s passion for Mathematics encouraged him to start his blog – QuickerMaths.com. He is an MBA from IIM Indore and a Chartered Accountant.
In last few years he has conducted various seminars and workshops on Vedic Mathematics for students, teachers and working professionals.
His website is dedicated to the spreading of Vedic Mathematics – which is extremely interesting and very useful in a lot of circumstances ranging from simple day to day calculations to competitive examinations.
Being an enthusiastic educator,Vinay Nair has been imparting the knowledge of Vedic Mathematics, since 2009.
He conducts courses, workshops and seminars in schools, colleges and camps on Foundation & Advanced Courses of Vedic Maths for an audience anywhere between 10 to 75 years of age.