The abstract of my talk at MIT differs from my presentation, posted at http://ckraju.net/papers/presentations/MIT.pdf.

The point I made in the talk was that MIT teaches calculus and trigonometry wrongly. This is just because Europeans failed to understand the mathematics they imported from India. For example, the very words “trigonometry”, “zero”, “surd”, “sine”, indicate European *conceptual* mistakes and failure to understand imported Indian mathematics. We should therefore *not* blindly copy the MIT MOOC courses, but teach calculus differently, contrary to the recommendation made by Sam Pitroda.

A video of the question and answer session would hopefully soon be online.