Bharati Krishna Tirthaji |

Following books are highly recommended

1. Vedic Maths by Atul Gupta

2. How to become a Human calculator by Aditi Singhal

Happy Learning

~harish sk

List of articles are

02:

**Multiplication by 999.... [with same number of digits]**

03:

**Multiplication by 999.... [with greater number of digits]**

04:

**Multiplication by 999.... [with lesser number of digits]**

05:

**Navashesha - remainder of 9**

* 06: Navashesha - verification of product of two number

* 07: Navashesha - verification of sum of two number

* 08: Navashesha - verification of subtraction of two number

* 09: Navashesha - verification of square of two number

* 10: Quotient of division by 9 (Method 1)

* 11: Quotient of division by 9 (Method 2)

* 12: Multiplication by 11

* 13: Divisibility test by 11

* 14: Multiplication by 111

* 15: Nikhilam - Multiplication of numbers less than 100

* 16: Nikhilam - Multiplication of numbers above than 100

* 17: Nikhilam - Multiplication of numbers one above 100 and one below 100

* 18: Nikhilam - Multiplication of numbers with secondary base 50 and primary base 10

* 19: Nikhilam - Multiplication of numbers with secondary base 50 and primary base 100

* 20: Nikhilam - Multiplication of numbers with secondary base 500 and primary base 100

* 21: Nikhilam - Multiplication of numbers with secondary base 500 and primary base 1000

* 22: Nikhilam - Multiplication of numbers with secondary base 40 and primary base 10

* 23: Nikhilam - Multiplication of numbers with secondary base 60 and primary base 10

* 24: Nikhilam - Multiplication of numbers with secondary base 300 and primary base 100

* 25: Urdhva Tiryak - Multiplication of two 2 digit numbers

* 26: Urdhva Tiryak - Multiplication of two 3 digit numbers

* 27: Urdhva Tiryak - Multiplication of 3 digit and 2 digit number

* 28: Urdhva Tiryak - Multiplication of two 4 digit number

* 29: Division

* 30: Square of number ending with 5

* 31: Product of number starting with same digit and sum of decimal place is 10

* 32: Dwanda - Introduction

* 33: Dwanda - Square of 2 digit number

* 34: Dwanda - Square of 3 digit number

* 35: Dwanda - Square of 4 digit number

* 36: Dwanda - Square of 5 digit number

With Vedic Maths, one can do wonders. :)

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