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Vineet Patawari

Vineet Patawari, Founder – QuickerMaths.com

I am Vineet Patawari and my passion for Mathematics encouraged me to start this blog - QuickerMaths.com. I am an MBA (PGDM) from IIM Indore and a Chartered Accountant. My graduation was in commerce from St.Xavier’s College, Kolkata. Currently, I am heading Kredent Academy – a capital market training institute and CareerSkills - a vocational training institute. I have been a web entrepreneur and have started other websites like - Fireup.co.in and MoneyBol.com.

In last few years I’ve conducted various seminars and workshops on Vedic Mathematics for students, teachers and working professionals.

Schools, colleges, institutes, societies or clubs can contact me directly for seminars or workshops.

Why QuickerMaths.com?

This site is dedicated to help everyone learn useful applications of Vedic Mathematics and the fun of maths in general.

It talks about the subject – Vedic Mathematics – which is extremely interesting and very useful in a lot of circumstances ranging from simple day to day calculations to competitive examinations.

All the posts are well researched and I try to put them forward in a very simple way.

It is absolutely FREE. You can contribute by sending your questions, suggestions and feedbacks.

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We are always looking for Writers, Maths Lovers, Puzzle Maniacs who can write good original quality posts on QuickerMaths.com. Please contact us if you would like us to consider you. You can also mail us at vineetpatawari@gmail.com

In return you will get full credit for the post, an author page with a bio and your website (if any) will also be linked at the bottom of every post you contribute.

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  • The post/article should not be reproduced anywhere else on the web including your own blog (neither party benefits from duplicate content)
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Hi, I'm Vineet Patawari. I fall in love with numbers after being scared from them for quite some time. Now, I'm here to make you feel safe with numbers and help you come out of Maths Phobia!


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    sir i want to buy mathmatices book for learning math fast .so plz suuggest me which book i want to purchases.

  3. Vedic Mathemtics says:


    Kudos for the great work. There is a long debate on Vedic mathematics is neither Vedic nor Mathematics followed by Mathematican Prof Dani of TIFR.

    What would be your taken on this.


  4. vinod kumar says:

    Plase make me clear about the usage of Yaavadunam method of squaring any digits say 479*479 and 978*978

    • vinod kumar says:

      978 is 022 less then the base i.e. 1000 so Yaavadunam method suggests that whatever is less or more than the base subtract or add the difference from the digit Here subtract 022 from the digit say 978-022 so left hand side of the answer will be 956 and RHS of the answer will be Square of the difference i.e. 22*22=484 So the answer is 956484
      479*479 HERE BASE IS 500 SAY half of the usual base 1000 so we will divide the LHS by 2 i.e 479-021=458 divide by 2 gives 229 that is LHS and square of 21=441 is RHS of answer the combining the results we get 229441

  5. Rohit says:


    That’s very good site…

    hey can u post something regarding comparing heavier fractions as required in DI section in CAT??

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  8. VINAY says:

    Three persons A, B, and C are standing in a queue. There are five persons between A and B and eight persons between B and C. If there be three persons ahead of C and twenty one persons behind A, What could be the minimum number of persons in the queue?

  9. VINAY says:

    Dear Sir Please solve this Direction Problem from REASONING === Manisha ranked sixteenth from the top and twenty ninth from the bottom among those who passed an examination. Six boys did not participate in the competition and five failed in it. How many boys were there in the class?

  10. sugandh says:

    hi ,
    can you let me know how can i improve maths as i am bit afraid of maths ,basics not clear.

  11. ravi says:

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  14. apoorva says:

    Hello sir……… i am a thorough follower of your blog…… really want to thank you for making me love maths because of your shortcut methods…. hats off to all your efforts……. sir can you please post some basic tips to solve data interpretation problems like approximation, and graph problems???

  15. ramu says:

    sir U are really a source of information and inspiration for the students like us.
    I am really happy from your vast information on Maths.I want you to provide more tips on Reasoning such as Syllogisms,arrangements and so on.
    Really I am happy that you are providing enough ideas to crack the exams easily.
    Really I am surprised to see you being CA,MBA from IIM helping others like this…
    I don’t have any word in my dictionary to praise you…HATS OFF!
    Let God may give you every thing you wish!Good Luck
    and finally I have one question, i.e.How can an ordinary student can reach the height of extrordinary? or is there any natural power like intelligence for most
    intelligent students? waiting for ur reply….mail me at ramutn.tn@gmail.com

    • Thanks Ramu for such a wonderful comment, though I am not sure if I deserve so much praise. I will try to write more frequently on Reasoning.

      To answer your other question, one needs seer passion for his work achieve excellence. No one is born genius. Work Hard. Stay Focused.


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  17. Jawahar k says:

    Excellent. Keep posting

  18. Zoltan says:

    I just ran through a couple of examples of Vedic maths and was fascinated. It certainly inspires me to do more — perhaps Vineet, you should write a book on this… I for one would certainly read it.

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  24. anand says:

    after long time , finally got excellent Maths Forum.Thanks for blog.Since I am preparing for MBA…..QA is achille’s heel…..but I am sure,with blog ike …i will definitely conquer my QAphobia…..
    I small suggestion…PLs compile all tips in PDF….for ease in going through fundas….

    thnks once again…

  25. cupolas says:

    Youre so cool! I dont suppose Ive read anything like this before. So nice to find somebody with some original thoughts on this subject.

  26. kumar says:

    One more trick: if p is prime(except 2,3 and 5) then the number

    N=11111………….(p-1) 1′s is always divisible by p

  27. sumeet sharma says:

    great tricks sir!!!
    can u plz enlighten us with
    1.basics of vedic mathematics
    2.Use of vedic maths in modern day QA solutions.

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Who is behind QuickerMaths?

I am Vineet Patawari - PGDM (IIM Indore), ACA, B.Com(H). My passion for Mathematics, specially Vedic Maths encouraged me to start QuickerMaths

I believe that if trained properly using powerful tools like Vedic Maths, the immense intellect of human mind can be ignited instantly - find out more

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