Vedic Mathematics is a book written by the Indian Hindu cleric Bharati Krishna Tirthaji
and first published in 1965. It contains a list of mental calculation techniques claimed to be based
on the Vedas. The mental calculation system mentioned in the book is also known by the same name or
as "Vedic Maths". Its characterization as "Vedic" mathematics has been criticized by academics,
who have also opposed its inclusion in the Indian school curriculum.

bharathi krishna tirtha's book Vedic Mathematics is a list of sixteen terse sutras,or
aphorisms,discussing strategies for mental calculation. Bharati Krishna claimed that he
found the sutras after years of studying the Vedas, a set of sacred ancient Hindu texts
"Vedic Mathematics" sutras. For mathematic,Bharathi Krishna gives several algorithms
for whole number multiplication and division,(flag or straight)division,fraction
conversion to repeating decimal numbers,calculations with measures of fixed
units,summation of a series,squares and square roots(duplex method),cubes and cube
roots(with expressions for a digit schedule),and divisibility(by osculation)

J V Nayak is the founder and CEO of the institution. He is an engineering graduate (B.E.)
and M. Sc. in mathematics. He was a lecturer at Karnataka regional engineering college,
Suratkal. CLV abacus started in the year 2006. We teach abacus, vedic mathematics and calligraphy.
We started the institution in 2006 with 50 students. Till now, we have trained and are training more
than 15000 students in Vedic mathematics. mathematics in 43 schools.