It is always fun and exciting to be giving presentations and conducting workshops across India. This month we are at the city of Kurukshetra in the Indian State of Haryana. Yes! It is a land of historical and religious importance.

The importance of the place is attributed to the fact that the Kurukshetra War of the Mahabharata was fought on this land and the Bhagavad Gita was preached on this land during the war when Lord Krishna found Arjuna in a terrible dilemma. So it is indeed a blessing to be writing to you from this very land from the campus of National Institute of Technology (NIT).

Today was the first day of the VM Workshop at NIT where over 180 students attended in two sessions. The sessions were organized by Prashant Sharma and Govind Gaur of NIT and we are grateful to them for spreading the idea of Vedic Maths in Haryana.

I love travelling especially to Punjab and Haryana in North India because of the Dhaba culture. Nothing can beat the authentic taste of Chole Bhature with Sweet Lassi and Hot Gulab-Jamuns had in Dhabas. Yes…my travels bring out the foodie in me. Tomorrow on the menu…Sarson da Saag and Makke di Roti with Lassi! Oye Hoye Hoye Hoye Punjabi food da Jawaab Nahin.So if you too are from an Institute in India or abroad and are reading this and would like to organize a day or two-day workshop on Vedic Mathematics like the NIT in your campus please do contact us at