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Homeopathy for Students – ABC of Homeopathy



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Some guidance from Dr. Bhatia about how to learn homeopathy and use Hpathy for it, for young homeopathy students.

 

I wrote most of the text below as an editorial for Homeopathy 4 Everyone in July 2007. The editorial has been modified to serve as a permanent guiding post for the homeopathy students accessing Hpathy.com. After the editorial there are some more guidelines about using Hpathy for your maximum benefit.

Dear Students of Homeopathy,

This message is dedicated just to you …and today I want to share some parts of my own student life with you.

Most of us start our career in homeopathy not by choice but by chance. We are either pushed into this mysterious world by witnessing a ‘miracle’ cure, or in countries like India and Pakistan, by the rat-race of becoming ‘doctors’. When we enter college, most of us have no idea about what quality and quantity of education we are going to receive. The lack of uniformity and standards in homeopathic education makes the task of evaluating the education even more difficult. Some of us (very few), are lucky enough to get good mentors who show us the right path. For most others, learning homeopathy is an uphill and often very frustrating journey.

In India, the focus of homeopathic education is more on ‘allied’ subjects (Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology etc.) and even after spending five and a half years in a college, most students come out ‘raw’, as far as ability to practice ‘homeopathy’ is concerned. Clinical education is often missing or students get to witness single-symptom prescribers, who see 100 patients in a day, or they are exposed to multi-remedy and combination prescriptions right at the onset. It is a mad ‘rush’ – you go from one class to another, from one lecture to another, from one doctor to another with loads to study for every exam. There’s lot of stress on becoming a ‘doctor’ but hardly any focus on teaching the real art of case-taking, which needs ‘patience’ and ability to ‘observe’. The mind is not trained to see ‘beyond’ the allopathic diagnosis or the ‘keynotes’ of polychrests. There is so much focus on rote learning that most students spend nearly 6 years in colleges and still do not get a grasp on the most basic works of Hahnemann, Boenninghausen, Farrington, Kent, Lippe etc. And a large proportion of them have no idea about the works of Vithoulkas, De Schepper, Little, Sankaran, Sherr, Scholten, Massimo Mangialavori, Ramakrishnan and the like.

Outside India, the story is not very heartening either. There are courses that vary in their duration from part-time ‘weekend-only’ course to 6 year regular courses. The curriculum is often designed by individual homeopaths, with hardly any uniformity in teaching. There are schools that teach you ‘first-aid’ homeopathy, others that focus on so-called ‘classical’ homeopathy, still others that are heavily influenced by one ‘school of thought’ or one ‘author’ or ‘method’ – be it Boenninghausen, Kent, Sankaran, Scholten, Facial Analysis etc. The teaching of general medicine is often nonexistent. So here again, most of us come-out of our schools ‘half-baked’!

My story is also no different. I was pushed into homeopathy by fate. Just like every other medical aspirant in India, I also wanted to become an allopathic doctor. Although my father used to give us homeopathic remedies, I hardly had any idea about ‘what is homeopathy’. But once the fate pushed me into this stream, I started enjoying it. I loved Organon and devoured it eagerly – probably dozens of times during my college years. But in general, I also became part of the same ‘race’ to become a ‘doctor’. Cramming Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Forensic Medicine, Gynecology, Medicine and all other routine medical subjects year after year. Teaching of homeopathy was limited to ‘mugging’ materia medica for exams and going through ‘question-answer’ notes for Organon and Repertory.

As a student I had a unique advantage, in that I had access to computers, Internet and International journals from my early student days. This led me to learn more about ‘modern’ authors and works that were not taught in our college. In fact, I was probably the only one in my college at that time, who was aware of the ‘existence’ of George Vithoulkas, Rajan Sankaran, Jeremey Sherr, Jan Scholten, A.U. Ramakrishnan and other ‘popular’ homeopaths of modern times. Looking in hindsight, for most other students, it was like living in a homeopathic well, whose walls were made up of our curriculum and the ‘ideologies’ of our teachers. We were not allowed to experience the world outside that well.

Anyway, let’s move ahead. I was always ranked as a meritorious student, among the best in my class. Plus, I had better knowledge (as compared to others in my class) of Hahnemann’s work as well as of most modern authors. Clinically also, I apprenticed with homeopaths who were very ‘successful’ and used to see up to 120 patients/day. All this made me believe that I will be fairly successful. I thought I knew it all. I was so confident of my clinical success that before opening my first clinic, I once told my father – ‘Dad, you just wait and see. In six months, there will a line of people in my waiting room!’

I was wrong. The first 30 days of my independent clinical practice made me realize that ‘curing’ people is an entirely different ball-game. The ‘practice’ is not as easy as the ‘theory’ is. The ‘cures’ are not as frequent as we are made to believe. Case after case, I faced problems in remedy selection, potency selection, repetition, evaluating remedy response, case management and everything homeopathic. At the end of the first month I felt that I had wasted all my years in college and that I hardly knew anything about how to cure and how to manage a case successfully. I felt a darkness around me …and I lost most of my patients in the first 6 months!

What saved me in such hours of confusion, anger and frustration was – The Organon. Every time I felt low, every time I felt confused, I read The Organon. And every time I came back to my clinic with more vigour. I read more …about Hahnemann’s work, all other classics and even most modern literature. I started learning from my failures. Each case started teaching me that which my teachers couldn’t. It was just my obstinacy in not wanting to use complex remedies, that made me work harder on my homeopathic roots. I wanted to ‘cure’ and not just ‘palliate’. I had loved Hahnemann’s philosophy right from my very first year as a student. And seven years down the lane, I wanted to experience it in practice or I didn’t want to practice!

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Comments

  1. Ravi jain

    February 5, 2010

    Respected sir,
    I would like to thank you for putting such an inspirational article for the
    students on your site.Being a student i am also facing the similar situation
    as described by you,though i kept on ignoring it on the name of the studies
    in the college,but 2 days back when my final year exams got over ,it made me
    to think what to do next? It was a very crutial question as the parents also
    expect us now to earn someting after spending so many years in the
    college.During the last few years i came into contact with many homoeopathic
    physicians,each having their own philosophy of practicing homoeopathy in a
    unique way.It made me confused as to which one should i follow?But your
    article gave me the insight about the path which i have to follow.i.e. the
    path going back to my roots of organon & materia medica which i studied till
    date only for the sake of passing the exams.
    Lastly i woule like to thank you for your efforts for educating the students
    sharing the various articles from various homoeopaths through your portal
    hpathy.com.Wishing you success in your efforts in the near future.
    Thanking you,
    Regards,
    Ravi jain
    Intern student
    Dr.M.P.K.Homoeopathic medical college.
    Jaipur.

    • kavita aswani

      February 18, 2010

      respected sir i completely agree with my batchmate ravi jain.
      even i am facing the same problems after completing my final year exams.
      sir after spending 5 years in the clg still we dont know what it really is.
      but sir after reading your article for students i am also greatly inspired and and also would like to thank u for ur great efforts in encouraging students
      thank u so much sir
      with regards
      kavita nirankari

  2. neelam

    February 25, 2010

    Dear sir
    it was very glad to read ur article.iam also a student of final year and having same problem please once clear about the basics.what is your meaning to clear the basics.
    thanking you
    neelam

  3. neelam sharma

    February 27, 2010

    respected sir,
    to read you are experians i got moral saport. being a homo.student some time i alos feel nervous about my future bt after reding ‘i feel i have to do some thing special under you are guidens. than u sir

  4. Abdul Mughni Khan

    March 4, 2010

    Respected sir,
    I would like to thank you for a good quiz for Homeopathic remedy and knowledge
    of medical relation. Sir I am a student of BHMS 3rd year from Muzaffarpur Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital.
    thanks sir

  5. Mahavir Sangha

    Mahavir Singh Sangha

    March 12, 2010

    Dear Manish,

    I am studying classical homeopathy at North West College of Homeopathy, Manchester, UK. I like your article and appreciate your honesty. Basics are very important and Organon is our Bible. I believe that basic 84 Hahnemannian remedies would treat most of patients if one understands the remedies very well.

    Regards
    Dr. M S Sangha

  6. Dansinh dodiya

    March 31, 2010

    Thanks sir, i really face some internal problem like u feel i give some time to my pt .When i fail i frusted, but i study 4th bhms at rajkot homoeopathic medical colege rajkot. So thank u sir i alway learn from ur site .Thanks.

  7. rupa rao

    June 4, 2010

    thank u so much for ur lecture sir. i am a student of first year,i want to read about basics of homoeopathy but im not able to select a corect guideline ti it. so u please suggest me about the books which contain the essentials of homoeopathy.

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      Hpathy

      June 4, 2010

      Dear Rupa, first study for ‘learning’ and not for the final exams. Those who study for the exams often fail in the exam of life and practice. ‘Understand’ whatever you read.

      Reading the source books is essential. DO NOT depend on pass books, summaries and derivative works. Understanding the Organon is a MUST. Find someone who understands it well or read my online lectures. Use good books to study Materia Medica. I would recommend Hahnemann’s MM Pura, Clarke’s Dictionary of Practical MM, Vithoulkas’ MM Viva, Vermeulen’s Prisma and Morrison’s Desktop Guide.
      Remember there are NO short cuts. The more you put in, the more you will get!

      Best wishes,
      Dr. Manish Bhatia

      • Tahoo

        August 24, 2010

        Do you recommend Murphy’s Nature Materia Medica?- Thanks for all your excellent info?

  8. Vidya bhusan

    July 1, 2010

    Sir,Namaste,
    Many many thanks to u for such a nice inspiration.
    When i was reading your article i tought of about my position as im a 2nd BHMS student.As We always not found the proper guidence we become a homolopath(a mix brid of allopathy and homoeopathy).Our teacher teach one thing in the class room and practice another thing in their clinic.With such type of problems many new schools of homoeopathy make difficult to be a real homoeopath.
    In such a way ,as you advice for go to the base,i try my best to follow the base.

  9. Kitty A. Smith

    July 12, 2010

    I have begun my research into homeopathy because of a problem I experienced with puppies given the vaccinations required by law. My own human children were not given the typical vaccinations because I always felt that in many cases, the disease is far less dangerous than the vaccinations for it.

    I thank you for your website, I will be referring to it many times as I have need and wish to expand my knowledge. This is a great starting point.

    All the best,
    Kitty A. Smith

  10. Kay Campbell

    July 24, 2010

    I have been studying homoeopathy for the past 10 years but because my interest lies with companion pets (cats, dogs, horses etc.,) I am unable to find a college that deals with animal Homoeopathy.
    I have had wonderful success treating animals, and although I have Advanced Certificates, I am unable to obtain an actual Diploma, so I am unable to advertise as an Animal Homoeopath.
    I really would appreciate more topics on animal homoeopathy, especially as it can dispel the cynics who are convinced it is a case of mind over matter, as I have yet to come across an animal that believes in the ‘placebo’ effect.

  11. jill

    July 27, 2010

    As a student whois just about to finish her first stage of a Diploma in homoeopathy it is wonderful to have a wise mans thoughts about been a new graduate . Its so easy to go to the lecturer and get help but to be on your own evokes a sense of slight panic .

  12. sailaxmi hingolekar

    July 31, 2010

    hello sir…..iam studying 1st yr B.H.M.S in J.S.P.S homeo medical college,
    thanx 4 so much of information
    thank you.

  13. Shibnath Das

    August 27, 2010

    Dear Sir, I have gone through your website and found it a real interesting one. Thanks a lot sir.

    Thank You.
    Shibnath Das

  14. puneet kumar

    September 7, 2010

    sir,i am very thankful to u for providing such a great thing for those who are blind prescribers and upcoming homoeopaths.U Are requested to provide us such experiences.

    Thank you,
    FROM:Punet kumar
    B.H.M.S 3rd prof HIMACHAL PRADESH
    H.P

  15. arshad

    September 26, 2010

    sir.
    i read your articals these are very use ful and written in a good manner.but i have 2 problems.how i can get free homeopatic repertory of doctor kent.i tried my best to find out it through internet but very sorry to say that every one wants to earn money.how a poor student can efford the price of this book like me.i request you kindly send me this book on my e-mail address.or send me any other competent homeopatic repertary in english or urdu language.
    also guide me when ever i need guidence about any difficult case,what i should do.please tell me the e-mail address of a competent doctore who can provide guidence me with out his fee of advice.
    thanks
    Muhammad Arshad TAXILA
    PAKISTAN

  16. arshad

    September 26, 2010

    sir
    i shall wait for your answer.i need your help.can you guide me in a very difficult case its really a challenge for all homeopatic doctors.but i have just only one request that i can not pay your fee of concultency.
    looking for competent doctor.
    with best regards.
    arshad
    taxila pakistan

  17. arshad

    September 26, 2010

    Sir Doctor
    please dont mind about my mail becase i have no any way to address you.kindly reply me through my e-mail address.my mail address is arshad_5312@yahoo.com
    my brother has some brain problem and can not walk.perhaps it is loco motor anexia.i will give you all details about his deseise if you contact.
    thanks
    MUHAMMAD ARSHAD
    TAXILA
    PAKISTAN

  18. santhosh reddy

    October 7, 2010

    ….thank you sir ,when i gone through the article, i very much impressd

  19. SANJAY BHAGAT

    October 9, 2010

    thanks u sir for giving such an esteem article,m very impressed with it.it w’ll surely help me to be a good homoeopath.thanks again.
    SANJAY BHAGAT (JAMMU)
    3rd prof
    LMH MEDICAL COLLEGE LUDHIANA

  20. avijit majumdar

    October 20, 2010

    respected sir,
    i am a student of 3rd b.h.m.s in birbhum vivekananda homoeopathic medical college & hospital, w.b. many thanks for your article.sir i am also going through a double minded dilema.i.e.,what would i practice? single or polly medicine?is so easy to practice single medicine?what would be my path of thinking to prescribe in the chamber?mordern patient would tolarate me for 2 hrs to case taking him?would it be clinical interogation? while polly medicine also giving relife to the patient in a good number then why i would not be a good medical practicioner than a homeopath? i am very scared about these question .so please help me to clear this problems.it is a kind request to you.
    i have kent,cleark,lippe,alen,farington,hudge,vithoulkas(classical homeopathy),borick materia medica.give me suggest some name of great authors of materia madica to read.
    i saw some some difficulties to read organon.first of all in organon there is some thing which is not relevant for this complicated time,so it is very problimatic for me to digest it.how can i overcome it?2nd ly the language of organon is very tough.

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      Hpathy

      October 20, 2010

      You can only practice what you are trained in. If you have not learned classical homeopathy, don’t rush to open a clinic. It’s like rushing towards life long frustration. Find a good classical homeopath and apprentice with him for at least one year.
      Classical homeopathy does not mean a 2 hour case taking. Sitting with that in mind is nothing but prejudice – even for a classical homeopathy. It is the case that decides the time it needs, NOT the doctor. With diligence you can prescribe classically even in 10 minutes. Don’t fix a time. It can be 5 minutes or 2 hours depending upon the patient.
      Complex remedies can give relief but they are a poor form of allopathy. Do you really want to become a second grade allopath? What’s the point of learning homeopathy then?
      Manish Bhatia

  21. Sidra Saleem Siddiqui

    November 1, 2010

    Thank you very much for such an inspiring article it give new diversion to my thinking about homeopathy….now I believe that I will be the true Homeopath and serve the mankind in the better way…

    thank you very much again…
    Sidra Saleem Siddiqui
    4TH Profession,DHMS
    PCHMC
    PAKISTAN

  22. Davinder MARJARA

    November 11, 2010

    I tried to contact you through your e-mail webmaster@hpathy.org The mail always comeback as failed to contact.
    Please let me know which e-mail I can contact you.
    Thanks

    Davinder MARJARA

  23. mrunmayi

    December 3, 2010

    Thanks sir for sharing your expierence and for giving such important information ,i’m 1st year student.

    Thank you,

  24. sameena

    December 6, 2010

    Respected Sir,
    I am a final year student & I am glad that i recently found this wonderful site where we can know about our scope in homoeopathy & enhance our knowledge to the fullest.
    Thanking you,
    Sameena.B (solapur)

  25. Ajay neware

    December 14, 2010

    Hello sir.
    I feel so much refreshing 2day.. I jst give third year BHMS exam. N read your experience..
    I m so much confuse about our pathy n philosophy. N there are train of thought in my mind. Bt now i realise that “dont ever read only for exam. Read for excellence”
    thank u sir!

  26. DR.PAVITRA KATKAM

    December 16, 2010

    sir,its wonderful and motivating article,ME TOO FEELING CONFIDENT THAT I CAN CURE PATIENTS IF MY BASICS ARE STRONG.

  27. Dr. Kishor borade

    December 29, 2010

    i am the first yr student i had completed my general nursing course of three and half years then iam taking adimission to bhms then how will i study the homeopathy . i am doing the part time or night duty in govt.sector as male nurse and i am attending the lecture in morning hence iam missing my lecture hence please you help me sir

  28. tooba

    January 9, 2011

    Thank you sharing your feelings with us. I’m a second year student and I want some notes of “materia medica” please kindly gave me.

  29. samaita

    January 9, 2011

    Sir THANKS 4 ur wonderful encouragement. sir plz giv me a correct guideline.i cnt understnd how 2 read mat.med?in 1st year i was unhappy. bt now i’m glad 2 b a student of HOMOEOPATHY.I’m a studnt OF 2ND year, MIDNAPUR HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGE N HOSPITAL,MIDNAPUR,W.B.

  30. arsala

    January 23, 2011

    thx sir 4 this courageous noteee,,i m frm pakistan in 1 year of (pchmc) sir plz gve me idea nd related notes for pharmacy, anatomy

  31. dr shash

    February 22, 2011

    i really impressed by ur views
    homoeopath always learning by every
    case

  32. Dr.Liyi Karso(BHMS)

    March 20, 2011

    respected dr.bhatia, while reading your letter to the students ,i felt as if i am reading my own doubts… and it pains to realise that we all as homoeopathic students,whereever we may be,suffer from same ignorance and confusions about our own homoeopathy. But i really found much encouragement and guidance through letter. thank u.:) i wish i could learn under you. …:)

      • Dr.Liyi Karso(BHMS)

        March 21, 2011

        Respected sir, thank you so much for replying. I really got so happy and excited to see your prompt reply. Since the time I started following your wonderfully created Hpathy website, I have not spent a day without studying something from it… more importantly learning and liking it .:) And I really appreciate you for your eagerness and zeal towards helping and sharing your knowledge with everyone,especially students and confused fresh graduates like us:) Irony about most of our homoepaths is that they never appreciate their colleague`s way of prescribing and we interns get sandwiched between their ideologies and get more confused.: ( But your advice to follow the basics gave much a solace.:) ..thank u:) your follower, liyi:)

  33. Dr.Manoj kumar M.B.B.S

    March 23, 2011

    Respected sir,
    I always used to have great respect for homeopathy.I feel it would be a holistic approach to combine the advantages of both allopathy and homeopathy! I have completed my MBBS. I heard that there is a one year course in UK for allopathic practitionaires to learn homeopathy and get homeopathy degree.In which colleges is it available? Is it available in India too? Kindly reply. Thank you.

  34. Samina

    April 21, 2011

    Respected Sir,
    I am a bhms final year student and will soon complete my exams. I want to know which is a better field for internship and how should I proceed in this field. Could you suggest some advice .That would be of great help sir.
    Thanks,
    Samina

  35. Dr Sushma Mehta

    May 30, 2011

    Respected Sir
    i am very impressed with your article. though 10 years after completing graduation in homeopathy i was not able to cure some chronic cases which resulted in frustration and diverted me to use ready material available in market. your path showing article has built my confidence level.
    regards
    Dr Sushma Mehta
    KSPMS Homeopathy Medical College
    Latur
    Maharashtra
    Practicing at Vadodara.

  36. shanks

    May 30, 2011

    I had had my ist year study in nz and now am back in Fiji.
    Fiji has great herbal medicine and people here has used it for hundred of years.
    The medicine here are rare and sometimes not found anywhere else.
    what I would like to know is what are the relative medicine to those that are used in cases.Now why I asking this is because, for example Arnica is not found here and to get these supplies here will be a tremendous task especially if you are going through hard financial times.we do have Indian herb shops here ..we have a great migraine medicine here….1 treatment and you never get it back..now i have never heard of a treatment like that..please advise

  37. Dr.Naresh Panda

    May 30, 2011

    This article is Really a inspiring one.

  38. sejal

    June 16, 2011

    RESPECTED SIR
    I AM STUDENT OF FINAL YEAR .HAVE READ YOUR ASPIRING ARTICLE
    THANKS SIR
    CASE TAKING AND POTENCY SELECTION IS REALLY DIFFICUT TASK
    TRUELY TEDIOUS
    CAN I GET SOME MORE LIGHT ON THIS TOPIC FROM YOU
    AS HOMOEOPATHY IS FIELD OF MY CHOICE I WOULD LIKE TO MORE ABOUT FROM AN EXPERIENCED PERSON.

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      Alan V. Schmukler

      June 17, 2011

      Dear Segal,

      Case taking is an adventure, always new with each patient. You must be a good listener and a good detective. It’s always a challenge. If you find it tedious, you may be doing something wrong.

  39. kaleem shaikh

    July 6, 2011

    Thank you so much for appreciating and to encourage.

  40. Abhishek Choudhary

    July 7, 2011

    Dear Sir,
    I am really thankful to you for inspiring me. Our teachers usually tell us to get more focus on allied. But now I realize how important are Organon and Repertory also. The same thing was told to me 1 yrs ago by my ‘guru’ Dr. P.K. Banerjee (Pendra, Chhatisgarh) but I didn’t take his words that much seriously. Your words reminded me of my guru..
    and Sir, thank you once again for this awesome website.

    -ABHISHEK CHOUDHARY
    B.H.M.S. 2nd Year
    Vasundhara Raje Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital,
    Gwalior(M.P)

  41. Dr sonal patel

    August 9, 2011

    Hello, sir it is very true story for most of the homoeopaths in India we really get lost and get confused and we feel frustrated. Your advice is great to all students. I have out of 50 students only 2-3 students who practice, because they don’t get desired results

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    alext666

    January 16, 2012

    Dear Mr. Bhatia,

    Your article has helped ease my soul as I find myself in the last year of my 4 year degree studying to become a Homeopath. There are SO many things that I worry about and struggle with, and all the teachers keep telling me that I still have my whole life ahead of me at 25 years of age to learn Homeopathy, but this does not make me feel any better.

    It has been your words of WISDOM and what I keep trying to tell my teachers is that the basics I feel for myself are not solid enough to be practicing. It is not until you learn the basics so throughly that you can be confidently prescribing in my opinion. I value and appreciate your honesty and agree with you whole heartedly, that finding a mentor and someone who you can do your ‘apprenticeship’ with would make all the difference in understanding the principles, philosophy and art of what is a truly beautiful modality. Only through starting at the bottom of ladder and working your way up can be be a successful Homeopath, it’s not about being at the top!

    Thank you again for these much needed words of advice!

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    Dr AMIT PANDEY

    February 18, 2012

    Sir I am happy to learn about your experience in homoeopathy, but our honourable master Hahnemann himself fought with the govt of Germany for the right of homoeopathy at that time .Now the time has come to take our actual rights from the govt because we homoeopaths have lots of ability but the govt is not using our ability . So this is most essential to make our homeopathy popular in small villeges and every part of the country by the help of govt when all will come to know the miracle of homeopathy then this is easy for every homoeopath to establish his practice in time.
    Thanks and Regards
    Dr Amit Pandey
    National President
    Homoeopathy Medical Student Association of India
    managing director Homoeo miracle journal

  44. Farida

    April 6, 2012

    RESPECTED SIR, I am a first year in kenia school of homeopathy.I thank you a lot for your piece of advise.it has given some hope.

  45. Narayanprakash

    May 17, 2012

    Respected sir, thank u for sharing ur past and the advise. Bcos its a very Gud path for new upcoming homoeopaths like me. Ur article is not simply inspires, it made me to think and work. It teach to read more in organon. Thanking you, narayan prakash, r.v.s.homoeopathic medical college. Coimbatore.

  46. Tapan Datta

    August 2, 2012

    Dear Sir, there are some feelings of gratitude that words are insufficient to express. I offer you those feelings from the core of my heart.

  47. Sumanta

    August 29, 2012

    thanks sir for your valuable words.i am a 2yr B.H.M.S student.

  48. aijaz ali

    September 21, 2012

    sir please give us some useful books on homeopathy in urdu language in pdf format.
    thanks sir.

  49. aijaz ali

    October 13, 2012

    Sir I have recently completed the homeopathy online course, It was a very best experience to to get a treasure of knowledge free of cost, I really appreciate your efforts to make homeopathy easy
    and reachable to every one, Sir please introduce an advance course in near future in English and if possible in Urdu language because the Urdu is most speaking language of subcontinent and I suggest that as your slogan is that your aim is to give homeopathy knowledge free than please send the certificate free, or send it in the e-mail than every student print out the certificate.
    Yours faithfully
    AIJAZ ALI DAHOT

  50. Annu Giri

    April 27, 2013

    Respected sir,
    what else you shared its a true scene.I am a student of BSc in optometry and by chance i get admitted in this BHMS course. But as i started learning homoeopathy i cant resist myself by its influence. As you mentioned I too suffer the same no studies in colleges.
    I lost all my hopes and everyone suggesting me to pursue optometry. I must say that before reading this guidline i was feeling helpless and i was almost about to leave this homoeopathy due to lack of help.
    You definately give us hope and brighten the path which we have to pursue with honesty and with hard work.
    thanking u alot sir.
    (I did sucessfully the elementary course conducted by your hpathy.com before three months.
    I paid for the certificate but still i am waiting for it.
    please do the needfull sir)
    Annu Giri
    Patna( Bihar)

  51. vineeta

    May 30, 2013

    thank you for encouragement sir….as i had just given my first year exams and eagerly waiting for the result and in my vacations now i read alot about homeopathy and my way is to study from the begining and then only get the resul………….
    thanking u
    vineeta

  52. varuna singh

    July 8, 2013

    Respected Sir
    ,I hv dn my bhms degree from india.can u help i I can do my practise in srilanka?

  53. Akbar Ali

    August 27, 2013

    Dear Sir,
    Basically I am not a homepath but studying materia medica of different authors as hobby. Actually to be very true I am impressed by your artical for the reason that will enhance the interest of the students and new commers in this field and provide a guide line to achieve excellence in the field of homeopathy.
    Best Regards.

  54. NIKHAT

    September 24, 2013

    Respected sir,
    Thanks a lot 4 such an inspiring article…the things narrated by you were the same what iam going through as a student of 2nd year……i will follow the suggestions given by you by making my basics strong………..so as to become a good homeopath………i request you to keep encouraging the buds of future homeopths by your cases…..I thank again

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