Math can be interesting if played, acted or crafted. It shall be taught in such manner to kids so that they can enjoy it. Even though math is created by humans it is everywhere around us and if we feel it then it can be a part of our daily life. This book follows similar method to teach basic math. It teaches addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in a fun way through acting, drawing and craft that all of us can enjoy.
This book is your everyday friend philosopher and guide. First it explains 7 principles of joyful living. Then it explains how Vedas is an integrated science. Finally, it helps you with daily astrological guidance. This includes Muhurta, compatibility with friends and partners, beneficial and not so beneficial planetary positions. It also offers various remedial measures for each Nakshatra. Every Nakshatra has a deity and a symbol. Various stories are associated with each deity. The book explains hidden meaning of each story. The book also explains hidden meaning of a symbol of Nakshatra. We have given original references from Vedas for various Vedic stories to maintain the originality. Natu...
Vedic Math is simple and easy way of mathematics. It is mental and therefore 2 to 5 times faster than conventional methods. It is also very helpful in competitive exams. Vedic math has only 16 main formulae and these formulae cover most of the methods. Therefore, the methods are repeatable and easy to understand. Vedic math is also helpful to quickly check answers. It was invented by Shankaracharya Shree Bharathi Krushna Teerthaji Maharaj. This book is first in its series. It is an attempt to structure Vedic Math as per school curriculum. I am confident that you are enjoying Vedic math and the book.
As a student of Vedhic astrology, one of the challenges that I faced was to study classical texts. We have so many texts and every text has some exceptional content. Most of the translators did not get a chance to validate principles mentioned in the texts and due to this; the accuracy of translation was reduced. Due to all the reasons mentioned above, I started noting my own observations while studying various classical texts. Over the period, I also felt that novice students of astrology could progress faster if they get validated knowledge. This is also good for the development of Vedhic astrology. Therefore, I decided to publish my notes from various classical texts as a manual. This is a good reference book for novice student of Vedhic astrology.
Indian culture is one of the most ancient cultures in the world. Even though it is ancient, it is full of modern scientific ideas. This covers many ideas right from cosmology to personality and brain. It is also interesting to know how ancient Indians developed life sciences that are so accurate and applicable even today. This books touches many more discoveries from Indian culture and explains scientific basis behind them. This book covers knowledge of Indians about Cosmology Solar system Evolution of life on earth Monsoon It also explains Indian method of developing life sciences Applications of Indian sciences in Indian culture Indian typology for evolution Indian concept of god So called idol worship and its purpose Diversity and its purpose Personal evolution and much more
Vedic Math is simple and easy way of mathematics. It is mental and therefore 2 to 5 times faster than conventional methods. It is also very helpful in competitive exams. Vedic math has only 16 main formulae and these formulae cover most of the methods. Therefore, the methods are repeatable and easy to understand. Vedic math is also helpful to quickly check answers. It was invented by Shankaracharya Shree Bharathi Krushna Teerthaji Maharaj. This book is second in its series. It is an attempt to structure Vedic Math as per school curriculum. You may enjoy Vedic math and the series of books. This book covers methods for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Vedic Astrology is an advanced science. It is based on many principles in quantum physics. This book connects common ideas between quantum physics and Vedic Astrology. This will help astrologers to understand key principles better and help them apply those with confidence. The book connects Vedic astrology with 1. Triune brain theory 2. Multiple intelligence theory 3. Quantum physics 4. Fetus development 5. Body clock 6. Modern astronomy It also explains 1. Important principles for analysis 2. Building blocks of Vedic astrology 3. How significations of houses and signs were decided 4. 9 various states of planets 5. Planetary war, conjunction and associaltion of planets 6. How to analyse Rahu and Kethu And much more
All of us want to grow and we have been taking sincere efforts to grow. Sometimes we grow with good pace and sometimes we may grow at a slower pace. All of us would want to grow exceptionally and also want to enjoy what we do. We also want our growth and joy to last for a long time. This book offers a model that helps you to grow continuously and enjoy the journey. As a first step it helps you to know yourself better. As a second step it suggests you to adopt few behaviours and attitudes. It offers you methods to identify your values. And finally, it elaborates few skills to learn. This book also offers the difference between Goal and a Purpose. The book also explains shortfalls of Goals and the need of a Purpose. It gives guidelines to identify the purpose and live with purpose of life. The author adds his rich experience and offers effective tips to be successful and happy in life with the help of modern scientific concepts.
Unique to Vedic Astrology, nakshatras are constellations that add more depth to horoscope analysis. Learn about the 27 nakshatras, starting from Ashwini all the way up to Revathi, and uncover their secrets. You know the 12 zodiac signs, but did you know each sign can be further subdivided into nakshatras which changes the flavor of the sign ever so slightly? In this book, you will learn about each of the 27 nakshatras, its sign, its planetary ruler, its ruling deity, its qualities and its full array of characteristics (both positive and negative). This will help you delve much much deeper into the personality of the native. You will then look at a real life example (the horoscope of a former president), and look at how the nakshatras in his chart defined him as a person and a leader.
Komilla Sutton is a co-founder of the British Association for Vedic Astrology. She is renowned as both a practitioner and teacher of the science with students and clients all over the world. Readers of her previous books (The Essentials of Vedic Astrology, The Lunar Nodes and Personal Panchanga) have long been asking for a book on the nakshatras, the lunar mansions - so here it is.