The book contains metaphorical aphorisms in the form of sixteen sutras and thirteen sub-sutras, which Krishna Tirtha states allude to significant mathematical tools. The range of their asserted applications spans from topic as diverse as statics and pneumatics to astronomy and financial domains. Tirtha stated that no part of advanced mathematics lay beyond the realms of his book and propounded that studying it for a couple of hours every day for a year equated to spending about two decades in any standardized education system to become professionally trained in the discipline of mathematics.
However, numerous mathematicians and STS scholars (Dani, Kim Plofker, K.S. Shukla, Jan Hogendijk et al) note that the Vedas do not contain any of those sutras and sub-sutras. When challenged by Shukla, a mathematician and a historiographer of ancient Indian mathematics, to locate the sutras in the Parishishta of a standard edition of the Atharvaveda, Krishna Tirtha stated that they were not included in the standard editions but only in a hitherto-undiscovered version, chanced upon by him; the foreword and introduction of the book also takes a similar stand. Sanskrit scholars have also confirmed that the linguistic style did not correspond to the time-spans but rather reflected contemporary Sanskrit.
Dani points out that the contents of the book have "practically nothing in common" with the mathematics of the Vedic period or even with subsequent developments in Indian mathematics. Shukla reiterates the observations, on a per-chapter basis. For example, multiple techniques in the book involve the use of high-precision decimals. These were unknown during the Vedic times and were introduced in India only in the sixteenth century; works of numerous ancient mathematicians such as Aryabhata, Brahmagupta and Bhaskara were entirely based on fractions. Some of the sutras even run parallel to the General Leibniz rule and Taylor's theorem (which, per Krishna Tirtha, were to be yet studied by the western world during the time of his writing) but did ultimately boil down to the sub-elementary operations of basic differentiation on polynomials. From a historiographic perspective, India had no minimal knowledge about the conceptual notions of differentiation and integration. Sutras have been further leveraged that analytic geometry of conics occupied an important tier in Vedic mathematics, which runs contrary to all available evidence.
Dani believes Krishna Tirtha's methods to be a product of his academic training in mathematics[b] and long recorded habit of experimentation with numbers; nonetheless, he considers the work to be an impressive feat. Similar systems include the Trachtenberg system or the techniques mentioned in Lester Meyers's 1947 book High-speed Mathematics. Alex Bellos points out that several of the calculation tricks can also be found in certain European treatises on calculation from the early Modern period.
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III. Space book 1. (English pairing). 2. A An The. 3. That this 4. One. 5. Two. 6. (Mirror content). 7. (Linear order). 8. (The end Be end God). 9. Seed Space seed Seed space seed. 10. Vedic mathematics operations. 11. Space book chapter order/four sequential formulations first second third and so on.
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ForewordPreface by Author1ANCIENT WISDOM FEATURES1. Ancient Wisdom2. Scriptures formatsi. Om (Y)ii. Vediii. Idol of Lord Brahma (B )iv. Idol of Lord Shiv (C)v. Incarnations of Lord Vishnu (D)vi. Measure and measuring-rodvii. Shad-Chakra Format of Human Bodyviii. Vishwa Rupaix. Trishapta (3and7)x. Things transform with attention at origin3. Aspects of Working Rulesi. (1,2,3,8)ii. 03 to 13iii. 13-edged cube4. Aspects of Formatsi. Vykata, Avyakata, ayakato-avyakatat and Purushaii. external gods and 13 internal godsiii. Installation of Shiv lingam at the centre of the mystic symbol.iv. 120 years cyclev. Wheel of cause Brahman5. Sri Gorakshako Upanishad6. Sthapatya, Sankhya and Ganita7. Sri-Sri-Shiv-Maha-Puran.8. Urge of transcendental glimpse of Vedic mathematics9. Transcendental worlds flourishing as Brahm Jyoti10.Manifested formats to their transcendental bases.11.Triloky (A) and Trinity of Gods (B C D )12.Perfecting intelligence13.Twenty Six meters range14.Numbers Value Format15.Format of Ganita Sutras2GANITA SUTRASIntroductoryGanita Sutra-1Ganita Sutra-2Ganita Sutra-3Ganita Sutra-4Ganita Sutra-5Ganita Sutra-6Organization coreGanita Sutra-7Ganita Sutra-8Ganita Sutra-9Ganita Sutra-10Ganita Sutra-11Reverse orientationGanita Sutra-16Ganita Sutra-15Ganita Sutra-14Ganita Sutra-13Ganita Sutra-123GANITA UPSUTRAS1. Introductory2. Reflection as operation3. Half Two4. Transition from Upsutra-1 to Upsutra-25. Transition from Upsutra-2 to Upsutra-36. Transition from Upsutra-3 to Upsutra-47. Transition from Upsutra-4 to Upsutra-58. Ganita Upsutra-59. Central Core10.Upsutras 10 to 1311.Thirteen edged cube4LESSONS FOR SELF LEARNERS1. Counting with rule2. Mathematics activity3. Numbers cone4. Negative numerals5. Numbers line6. Replacement of bigger numerals7. Addition of two digits number8. Multiplication of two digits numbers9. Focus: ganita sutra-1 Ganita Sutra-110.Applied values of Ganita Sutra-111.Sankhiya Nishtha and Yoga Nishtha12.Domain-boundary ratio13.Geometric components formulationOf interval, square & cube (a+2)n, n= 1,2,314.Existence of higher spaces15.Outward and inward expansions16.Geometries of 3 space17.2n+1 geometries for n space18.Requirement of 960 cubes to net 6-space19.Writing tables the Vedic mathematics way20.Different place values systems21.Vedic Mathematics. Science & Technology22.Glimpses of domains ahead23.Real 5 space5ANNEXURES1. Devnagri alphabet2. Devnagri alphabet format3. Devnagri alphabet Script formats4. Ganita Sutras text5. Ganita upSutras text6. Sutras text words7. UpSutras text words8. Sutras and upsutras text letters9. Consolidated Sutras Consonants distribution10.Consolidated Sutras vowels distribution11.Consolidated Upsutras Consonants distribution12.Consolidated Upsutras vowels distribution13.Sutras Letters Formats14.Upsutras Letters Formats15.Consolidated litbles16.Sutras vedic code value17.Sutras numbers values formats18.Structural Features sum up19.Parallel to order of creation20.Structural steps Sutras Formats-121.Structural steps Sutras Formats-222.Structural steps artifices formats-123.Structural steps artifices formats-224.Hyper cubes sequence-125.Hyper cubes sequence-2 & 326.Hyper cubes sequences-427.Transcendental Basis of Vedic Mathematics 2b1af7f3a8