Cikitsa-sammilani, vol. 11 (1894)

Cikitsa-sammilani, vol. 11 (1894)

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Abstract

Printed by Sharat Shashi Jantra, 227 Cornwallis Street, Calcutta. This monthly journal on medicine is one of the earliest of this kind in Bangla, where all the three disciplines of medicine prevalent in India, Allopathy, Homeopathy and Ayurveda, were represented. Debates on differences in these three disciplines of medicine were also published. All the editors and contributors of this periodical were celebrated medical practitioners of the time. Annadacaran was a noted allopathic doctor, while Abinascandra and Sitalcandra were famous ayurvedic doctors of that time. Detailed case histories of the patients and lines of treatment were published in this magazine. The health and health education policy of the government were also reviewed and criticised in this periodical. The idea of introducing Ayurveda as a discipline in the medical institutes by the government was strongly advocated in this periodical.

Document type: Periodical
Date: 1894
Language: Bengali
Version: Secondary publication
Date Deposited: 16 July 2009
Faculties / Institutes: Research Organisations / Academies > Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta
DDC-classification: General serials and their indexes
Controlled Subjects: Bengali, Ayurveda, Homöopathie, Allopathie, Zeitschrift, Geschichte 1885-1894
Uncontrolled Keywords: Bengali , Ayurveda , Homöopathie , Allopathie , Zeitschrift , Geschichte 1885-1894, Bengali , Medicine , European Medicine , Indigenous Medicine , History 1885-1894
Subject (classification): Medicine
Countries/Regions: India
Series: Journals - Bengali and Assamese > Cikitsa-sammilani
Volume: 11.1894