A brief introduction to those involved in Vedic Mathematics
Bharati Krsna Tirthaji (1884-1960)
Jagadguru Sankaracarya Sri Bharati Krsna Tirtha
Maharaja was the the Sankaracarya (major religious leader) of
Govardhana Matha Puri. He is said to have reconstructed the ancient
system of Vedic Mathematics from certain Sanskrit texts. All that
is left of his work is an introductory text called Vedic Mathematics.
Who we are
is the Web Master for this site. Hopes at some
point to spend some time mastering the techniques of Vedic Mathematics,
rather than sorting the technical side of this web site. Currently
he is helping to develop an Internet based course on Vedic Mathematics
based on the material written by Kenneth Williams, for this web
Actively promotes knowledge about Vedic Mathematics
and has developed a range of material for teaching/learning Vedic
Mathematics, which are available through this web site (see the
Vera's speciality is teaching young learners and
those who have difficulty with understanding arithmetic. She has
written her first teacher's manual "Pebble Maths" and
is shown here with one of her very happy students, Ella (who went
from the bottom of her class, to the top in a matter of 3 months).
Richard is an Actuary who has been teaching Vedic
Math nationally and internationally for over 15 years. He is also
the author of Math is Not a Four Letter Word An Introduction
to the Study of Vedic Mathematics.
Brian Mc Enery holds a PhD in Computational Physics from University
College Cork, and has been conducting research into strategies
for presenting vedic mathematics through animation based software
platforms for the past 15 years. During this time he has made
presentations on vedic mathematics at all levels throughout the
educational system in Ireland, including presentations to government
agencies. Presently he has initiated the Core
Computational Project amongst the aims of which is to develop
a software engine for presenting vedic computational knowledge
on a variety of platforms.
Formerly a teacher of mathematics at the Maharishi
school in Skelmersdale to students between 11 and 16 years of
age. He helped develop the Cosmic Computer Vedic Mathematics course
which he taught to students at the school.
Other authors of books on Vedic Mathematics
Co-author of 'Introductory Lectures on Vedic Mathematics' and 'Vertically
Geometry for an Oral Tradition.
The Circle Revelation.
Co-author of 'Introductory Lectures on Vedic Mathematics'
and 'Vertically and Crosswise'.
Has written the books Vedic Mathematics for Schools
Books 1,2 and 3.
Researcher of Vedic Mathematics and has written
several books on his work. His work concentrates on more complicated
applications and is probably not suitable for most beginners.
See his web site for further details www.vedicganita.org
Combines work in Sacred Geometry with Vedic Mathematics.
His work has a special emphasis on teaching especially children. See
his web site for further details www.jainmathemagics.com
Founder of the orgnisation Magical
Methods, which promotes the teaching of Vedic Mathemics.