Vedic Mathematics is a book written by the Indian monk Bharati Krishna Tirtha, and first published in 1965. It contains a list of mathematical techniques, which the author claimed were retrieved from the Vedas and supposedly contained all mathematical knowledge. These claims have been since rejected in their entirety.
Vedic Mathematics is a method of calculation used by sages in ancient times. Memory plays an important role in this arithmetic technique. in the book Vedic Mathematics: 1, there are sixteen formulae that helps to simplify time consuming arithmetic operations. These formulae need lesser calculations and the process is mostly executed mentally unlike the modern process.
Bharti Krishna Tirthaji has explained each formula in a clear and simplified way. The book focuses on the birth of knowledge from intuition, an innovative approach, different from that of modern times.
The various mathematical subject matter such as Calculus, Factorization, Equations, Multiplication, Division and so on are discussed with clarity in the book. Each of the methods explained in the different chapters are made easy to understand.