Vedic Mathematics and Hindu culture are intertwined to an extant that separating the two would be tantamount to a sacrilege. Exploring the Hindu pantheon, it introduces the fascinating gods and goddess who are worshipped in homes and temples all over India?from Shiva, the ascetic with matted hair, to Devi, the mother goddess who holds the whole universe within her womb. The eternal is the Upanishads also called 'Srutis' or gist of Vedas (knowledge of reality) does not reveal the life of any teacher, they simply teach the principles.

The first chapter of Gita is called Arjuna-Vishada yoga (The path of Arjuna's grief). Worship rituals are the most popular way of life in Hinduism. These ancient civilizations can be traced all the back to the very first millennium and classical forms of Hinduism have been found dating back to the six century.

He learnt a sacred Tantra kriya that enabled him to project his life-force or ‘prana' onto an inanimate object, an ancient tantra skill that he utilized at his crucifixion to eliminate all consciousness of bodily pain even as his soul lived on. This Tantra kriya is called ‘Kaya Pravesham' or Projection of Life-Energy onto an Object.

In the 1920's, Hatha Yoga was strongly promoted in India with the life long work of T. Krishnamacharya Krishnamacharya traveled through India giving demonstrations of yoga poses and opened the first Hatha Yoga School. We shall briefly see how Vedas treated the above subject as told in the earliest teachings of mathematics.

The Upanishads are often referred to collectively as Vedanta ("the end of the Vedas"), not only because they appear physically in the concluding pages of each Veda, but also because the mystical truths they express are seen by many as the culmination of all the other Vedic knowledge.