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Math can be interesting if played, acted or crafted. It shall be taught in such manner to kids so that they can enjoy it. Even though math is created by humans it is everywhere around us and if we feel it then it can be a part of our daily life. This book follows similar method to teach basic math. It teaches addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in a fun way through acting, drawing and craft that all of us can enjoy. You may call 08087000955 or send an email to gaurishb@gmail.com.

Prosperity n Joy turns 4!


        This was another exciting year for PnJ. This year our focus was on Vedic Math and we released 3 books on Vedic Math. We also started conducting courses for younger kids.
        The first book we released was 'Vedic Math for 8th class', second book was 'Vedic Math primary school arithmetic' and third book is 'Drawing and Feeling Math'. Vedic Math courses and books got very good response from all of you and I want to Thank you for your affection.
        Recently we launched an interesting course and this is to learn math with craft, art, acting and gaming. Everyone including us are thrilled with this. 
        We even released a book of Kalyani's Poems (Najar) and many people liked it. Some of them sent awesome reviews, some others sent their notes on her poems. Some are reading them regularly and presenting it in public forums with prior permission.
        In coming year, we want to design and deliver new courses and I want to publish my next research book on Vedic Astrology. This book will be Part 2 of 'Untold Vedic Astrology'.
I want to thank all of you for your support and encouragement. Let us prosper and enjoy together. Feel free to reach out at gaurishb@gmail.com every time you think I am of any help to you. See you soon.

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