The 1 service you should be using in 2009…

In this Year 2009, there’s 1 thing that I see as becoming
critical to education.

… and that one thing is to “become more transparent” with
what we’re doing in our activities to take Vedic Math to more
and more people across the globe.

As the internet grows and develops, one thing is becoming
evident. We cannot ignore the fact that social media is taking
over the internet.

It’s no longer enough to have just a one way communication between
Vedic Math Teacher and Students. In my opinion it needs to be a 2
way conversation.

A 2 way conversation where you get to see what I’m doing,
working on, etc. each day, and vice versa.

In 2009 it’s my goal to become closer friends with everyone
and each of my students to be able to help them with their Math.

I can’t stand the “big unaccessible Teacher” mindset, and
hopefully you can tell that I like more of a “personal approach”.

With that said, I’ve finally set up a Twitter account. If you
don’t know what Twitter is, just “Google it”, but I’m assuming
most people know what it is.


Ok, so if you want to:

1. See what I’m doing on an hourly basis

2. View random pictures I take throughout the my travels of
Workshops, Students, Classes, Campuses etc

3. Know what books I’m currently learning from

4. Puzzles on Vedic Math

5. Contests, Offers, Tips and Methods on Vedic Math

… and so on, then visit below and follow me on Twitter.

Follow these steps to follow me on Twitter:

Step 1: Go to:
and click the “follow” button under my picture.
If you don’t have an account already, then
proceed to step 2 below.

Step 2: If you don’t have an account already, you’ll need to do this:
=> Go to and Join Today.

Step 3: That’s it!

If you don’t have a Twitter account, you really should get one,
because Twitter is honestly the next big thing. Don’t miss out
on this one while it’s still new.

Go there now and register your name, and start to follow!

Hope you had a nice Holiday, and I hope to hear from you on Twitter!

the last week of Jan. Do catch up if you are there.

Talk soon,
Gaurav Tekriwal
The Vedic Maths Forum India

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