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About The Book

One of the most valuable treasures of Ayurvedic Samhitas, Cikitsasarasamgraha has so far been confined to a few persons. Now the present work is being introduced to bring out its latent knowledge to the English speaking people, particularly for the Western medical practitioners.

This work contains diagnosis, prognosis, symptoms and treatment of the diseases in a very comprehensive manner. Hence it has been divided in two volumes.

Volume I (Nidanadhikara to Slipadarogadhikara)
Volume II (Vidradhi to Dipana-pacanadravya-laksanadhikara) Index & Appendixes

It contains at the end several important appendices on Plants (with Latin names), diseases etc. And a Sanskrit-English glossary of technical terms used in the text, and to crown all this, a valuable deliberation on the entire text by the learned translator.

About The Author

Dr. Nirmal Saxena, is well-known for his out-standing contributions in the fields of Ayurveda and History of Sciences. In the course of nearly twenty eight years dedicated to research the contributed innumerable articles to reputed national and international journals in History, Medicine and Science.

Born on November 4, 1952 in the family of a Vaidya Krishna Kumar, he got his university education at Banaras Hindu University. He completed his Ph. D. On topic, "Development of Indian Medicine from 1400 to 1600 A. D."

Passing through a chequered career of lecturer in History at Triloknath Postgraduate College, Tanda, Faizabad, he joined as Project Investigator under the History of Science Programme of Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi. Completed four projects, 1. "A Critical Study of Yogaratnakara" (1991), 2. "English Translation of Vaidya Jivana of Lolimbaraja" (1996), 3 "English Translation of Camatkara Cintamani of Lolimbaraja" (1999), 4. "English Translation of Vangasena's Cikitsasarasamgraha" (2003), sanctioned by the National Commission for History of Sciences in India.

Preface

One of the most valuable treasures of Ayurvedic Samhitas, Cikitsasarasamgraha has so far been confined to a few persons. Now the present research work is being undertaken by me to bring out its latent knowledge to the English speaking people and particularly for the western medical practitioners.

It will not only prove to be a modern ciritical treatise having historical background but also a book which can be relied on for Indian medical system.

Cikitsasarasamgraha, the immensely valuable text needed since long a faithful and simple translation into English, communicating the ideas as they are without divulging into dogmatic details which make the situation terse particularly for a new scholar.

This work contains diagnosis, prognosis, symptoms and treatment of the diseases in a very comprehensive manner. Hence it has been divided in two Volumes.

Volume I (Nidanadhikarah to Slipadarogadhikarah)

Contains following chapters-
Nidanapancakam (The five ways of diagnosis), Jvara-cikitsa (Treatment of fevers), Pitta jvara cikitsa (Treatment of fever due to pitta), Kapha jvara cikitsa (Treatment, of fever due to kapha), Vata pitta jvara cikitsa (Treatment of fever due to vata and pitta), Pitta kapha jvara cikitsa (Treatment of fever caused by pitta and kapha), Vata kapha jvara cikitsa (Treatment of fever caused by vata and kapha), Sannipata jvara cikitsa (Treatment of fever caused by sannipata), Visama jvara (intermittent fever), Jirna jvara (chronic fever), Atisara (diarrhoeas), Grahani disorder, Piles (Haemorrhoids), Indigestion, Visucika (Gestroenteritis), Bhasmaka (excessively digestive fire), Intestinal worms (Helminths), Pandu roga (anaemia), Kamala (Jaundice), Halimaka (chlorosis), Raktapitta (innate haemorrhage), Rajayaksma (Pulmonary tuberculosis - Consumption), Chest - wound and wasting, Cough, Hiccough, Dyspnoea, Hoarseness of voice, Anorexia, Vomiting, Thirst (polydipsia), Fainting, Alcoholism, Burning sensation of the body, Insanity, Epilepsy, Vatavyadhi (Specific vatika disorders, Vatarakta (Gout), Urustambha (Stiffness of the leg); Amavata (Rheumatism), Sula (Colic), Parinamasula (Colic during or after digestion), Udavartta (upward movement of vayu), Anaha (hardness of bowels), Gulma (Abdominal lump), Hrdroga (heart disease), Urograha, Mutrakrcchra (Dysuria), Mutraghata (retention and suppression of urine), Asmari (Vesical calculus), Prameha (Polyurea), Obesity, Udara (abdominal enlargement), Sotha (Oedema), Prameha (Polyurea), Obesity, Udara (abdominal enlargement), Sotha (Oedema), Amtra vrddhi (swellings of the scrotum), Bradhna (scrotal swelling at the junction of lower abdomen (below urinary bladder and scrotum), Galaganda (goitre), Gandamala (cervical adenitis), Granthi (cyst), Arbuda (Tumour), Slipada (filaria).

Volume II (Vranasothadhikarah to Dipanapacana
dravyalaksanadhikarah )

Vidradhi (abscess), Vrana-sotha (Inflammation), Agantuka vrana (Traumatic ulcers), Bhagna (Fracture of bones), Nadi Vrana (sinus), Bhagandara (fistula - in - ano), Upadamsa (soft chancre), Sukadosa (Disorders of penis), Kustha (leprosy and skin diseases), Udarda, sitapitta and kotha (urticaria, skin rashes and erythema, allergy etc.), Amlapitta (acid gastritis), Visarpa (Erysipelas), Visphota (eruptions), Snayuka (guinea worm), Masurika (Chicken pox), Ksudra roga (minor diseases), Mukha roga (Diseases of mouth), Karna - roga (diseases of ear), Nasa - roga (Diseases of nose), Diseases of the eye, Siro - roga (Diseases of head), Stri roga (Diseases of women), Diseases of the eye, Siro - roga (Diseases of head), Stri roga (Diseases of women), Bala roga (Diseases of children), Visa roga (Diseases due to poison), Jaladosadiyogadhikara (Disorders due to water etc.), Rasayanadhikara (Promotive therapy), Vajikarana (aphrodisiacs, Snehapana (unction), Svedadhikara (sudation), Vamanadhikara (emesis), Virecanadhikara (purgation), Bastikarmadhikara (enema), Dhumapana (Smoking), Kavaladhikara (Gargles), Nasyadhikara (Nasal evacuation or snuffing), Svasthavrattadhikara (Ways for keeping good health), Dravyagunadhikara (Properties of drugs), Ganapathadhikara (Description of drug groups), Samsodhana samsamana rasadrvyadinam vargadhikara (Description of drug groups), Samsodhana samsamana rasadrvyadinam vargadhikara (Groups of drugs which are used for purification of body disorders and liquid materials), Dhanyavargadhikara (Groups cereals), Mamsavargadhikara (Properties of meat), Sakaphalavargadhikara (Ordinary food items vegetarian food) and non - vegetarian items of meat, Matsya vyanjanagunadhikara (Properties of food items prepared from fish), Drava-dravyadhikara (Liquid items), Aristadhikara (Signs and symptoms indicative of death of the patient), Dipana pacana dravyalaksanadhikara (Definition of dipana and pacana etc.), Vangasenotpatti.

A historical introduction has also been added in the beginning. At the end following appendices have also been given.

Contents
Prefaceiii-iv
Introductionv-ix
Acknowledgementsxii
Contentsxiii-xiv
VOLUME I (Nidanadhikarah to Slipadarogadhikarah)
Chapters
Topics
Page no.
1Mangalacaranam1
2Nidanapancakam (The five ways of diagnosis)2
3Nidanadhikara2-19
4Jvara chikitsa (treatment of fevers)20-102
5Atisaradhikarah (diarrhoeas)103-138
6Grahani disorder139-164
7Piles (haemorrhoids)165-207
8Indigestion208-222
9Visucika (gestroenteritis)222-226
10Bhasmaka (excessively intense digestive fire)227-228
11Intestinal worms (helminthes)229-234
12Pandu roga (anaemia)235-249
13Raktapitta (innate haemorrhage)250-270
14Rajayaksma (pulmonary tuberculosis-consumption)271-287
15Chest - wound and wasting288-293
16Cough294-314
17Hiccough315-319
18Dyspnoea320-327
19Hoarseness of voice328-331
20Anorexia332-337
21Vomiting338-346
22Thirst (polydipsia)347-352
23Fainting353-357
24Alcoholism358-365
25Burning sensation of the body366-369
26Insanity370-382
27Epilepsy383-390
28Vatavyadhi (specific vatika disorders)391-452
29Vatarakta (gout)453-473
30Urustambha (stiffness of the leg)474-477
31Amavata (rheumatism)478-489
32Sula (colic)490-502
33Parinama sula (colic during or after digestion) 305-513
34Udavarta (upward movement of vayu)514-519
35Anaha (hardness of bowels)520-522
36Gulma (abdominal tumors)523-539
37Hrdroga (heart disease)540-546
38Urograha, Mutrakrcchra (dysuria)547-554
39Mutraghata (retention and suppression of urine)555-561
40Asmari (vesical calculus)562-572
41Prameha (polyurea)573-586
42Obesity587-594
42Udara (abdominal enlargement)595-621
43Sotha (oedema)622-637
44Amtra-vrddhi (swellings of the scrotum)638-644
45Bradhna (scrotal swelling at the junction of lower abdomen (below urinary bladder and scrotum)645-646
46Galaganda (goitre)647-650
47Gandamala (cervical adenitis)651-654
48Granthi (cyst)655-658
49Arbuda (tumour) 659-662
50Slipada (filaria)663-669
VOLUME II (Vidradhirogadhikara to Dipana-pacana-dravyalaksanadhikara)
53Vidradhi (abscess)671
54Vrana sotha (inflammation)678
55Agantuka vrana (traumatic ulcers) (accidental wounds)690
56Bhagna (fracture of bones)702
57Nadi vrana (sinus) 707
58Bhagandara (fistula - in - ano) 713
59Upadamsa (soft chancre)718
60Kustha (leprosy and skin diseases)729
61Udarda, sitapitta and kotha (urticaria, skin rashes and erythema, allergy etc.)762
62Amlapitta (acid gastritis) 765
63Visarpa (erysipelas) 775
64Visphota (eruptions) (small pox) 983
65Snayuka (guinea worm) (thread worm)788
66Masurika (chiken pox)790
67Ksudra roga (minor diseases)801
68Mukha roga (diseases of mouth)828
69Karna-roga (diseases of ear)855
70Nasa-roga (diseases of nose)869
71Disease of eye882
72Diseases of siro-roga (head disease)945
73Stri roga (diseases of women)959
74Bala roga (diseases of children)1002
75Visarogadhikara (diseases due to poison)1035
76Jaladosadiyogadhikara (disorders due to water etc.) 1061
77Rasayanadhikara (promotive therapy)1064
78Vajikarana (aphrodisiacs)1113
79Snehapana (unction)1124
80Svedadhikara (sudation)1129
81Vamanadhikara (emesis)1132
82Virecanadhikara (purgation)1137
83Bastikarmadhikara (enema) 1145
84Dhumapana (smoking) 1171
85Kavaladhikara (gargles)1175
86Nasyadhikara (nasal evacuation or snuffing)1177
87Svasthavrattadhikara (ways for keeping good health) 1183
88Dravyagunadhikara (properties of drugs)1190
89Ganapathadhikara (description of drug groups)1200
90Samsodhana samsamana rasadravyadinam
vargadhikara (groups of drugs which are used for
purification of body, cure of body disorders and
liquid materials.)



1206
91Rtucaryadhikara (seasonal routine - regimen)1210
92Dhanyavargadhikara (groups cereals) 1217
93Mamsavargadhikara (properties of meat) 1220
94Sakaphalavargadhikara (chapter on vegetables and fruits)1223
95Vyanjana - mamsa-vyanjanadhikara
[ordinary food items (vegetarian food) and non-vegetarian items of meat]
1230
96Matsya Vyanjana-gunadhikara (properties of food items prepared from fish)1237
97Drava - dravyadhikara (liquid items)1241
98Aristadhikara (signs and symptoms indicative of death of the patient)1250
99Dipana pacana dravyalaksanadhikara
(Definition of dipana and pacana etc.)

1273
100Vangasenotpatti1277
Appendix - I
Plant names with botanical identification1278
Appendix - II
Units of weight with metric equivalents1307
Appendix - III
Diseases mentioned in Vangasen's Cikitsasarasamgraha with their nearest modern equivalents1308
Sample Pages



Vangasena Samhita or Cikitsasara Samgraha Of Vangasena (Two Volumes)

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2004
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About The Book

One of the most valuable treasures of Ayurvedic Samhitas, Cikitsasarasamgraha has so far been confined to a few persons. Now the present work is being introduced to bring out its latent knowledge to the English speaking people, particularly for the Western medical practitioners.

This work contains diagnosis, prognosis, symptoms and treatment of the diseases in a very comprehensive manner. Hence it has been divided in two volumes.

Volume I (Nidanadhikara to Slipadarogadhikara)
Volume II (Vidradhi to Dipana-pacanadravya-laksanadhikara) Index & Appendixes

It contains at the end several important appendices on Plants (with Latin names), diseases etc. And a Sanskrit-English glossary of technical terms used in the text, and to crown all this, a valuable deliberation on the entire text by the learned translator.

About The Author

Dr. Nirmal Saxena, is well-known for his out-standing contributions in the fields of Ayurveda and History of Sciences. In the course of nearly twenty eight years dedicated to research the contributed innumerable articles to reputed national and international journals in History, Medicine and Science.

Born on November 4, 1952 in the family of a Vaidya Krishna Kumar, he got his university education at Banaras Hindu University. He completed his Ph. D. On topic, "Development of Indian Medicine from 1400 to 1600 A. D."

Passing through a chequered career of lecturer in History at Triloknath Postgraduate College, Tanda, Faizabad, he joined as Project Investigator under the History of Science Programme of Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi. Completed four projects, 1. "A Critical Study of Yogaratnakara" (1991), 2. "English Translation of Vaidya Jivana of Lolimbaraja" (1996), 3 "English Translation of Camatkara Cintamani of Lolimbaraja" (1999), 4. "English Translation of Vangasena's Cikitsasarasamgraha" (2003), sanctioned by the National Commission for History of Sciences in India.

Preface

One of the most valuable treasures of Ayurvedic Samhitas, Cikitsasarasamgraha has so far been confined to a few persons. Now the present research work is being undertaken by me to bring out its latent knowledge to the English speaking people and particularly for the western medical practitioners.

It will not only prove to be a modern ciritical treatise having historical background but also a book which can be relied on for Indian medical system.

Cikitsasarasamgraha, the immensely valuable text needed since long a faithful and simple translation into English, communicating the ideas as they are without divulging into dogmatic details which make the situation terse particularly for a new scholar.

This work contains diagnosis, prognosis, symptoms and treatment of the diseases in a very comprehensive manner. Hence it has been divided in two Volumes.

Volume I (Nidanadhikarah to Slipadarogadhikarah)

Contains following chapters-
Nidanapancakam (The five ways of diagnosis), Jvara-cikitsa (Treatment of fevers), Pitta jvara cikitsa (Treatment of fever due to pitta), Kapha jvara cikitsa (Treatment, of fever due to kapha), Vata pitta jvara cikitsa (Treatment of fever due to vata and pitta), Pitta kapha jvara cikitsa (Treatment of fever caused by pitta and kapha), Vata kapha jvara cikitsa (Treatment of fever caused by vata and kapha), Sannipata jvara cikitsa (Treatment of fever caused by sannipata), Visama jvara (intermittent fever), Jirna jvara (chronic fever), Atisara (diarrhoeas), Grahani disorder, Piles (Haemorrhoids), Indigestion, Visucika (Gestroenteritis), Bhasmaka (excessively digestive fire), Intestinal worms (Helminths), Pandu roga (anaemia), Kamala (Jaundice), Halimaka (chlorosis), Raktapitta (innate haemorrhage), Rajayaksma (Pulmonary tuberculosis - Consumption), Chest - wound and wasting, Cough, Hiccough, Dyspnoea, Hoarseness of voice, Anorexia, Vomiting, Thirst (polydipsia), Fainting, Alcoholism, Burning sensation of the body, Insanity, Epilepsy, Vatavyadhi (Specific vatika disorders, Vatarakta (Gout), Urustambha (Stiffness of the leg); Amavata (Rheumatism), Sula (Colic), Parinamasula (Colic during or after digestion), Udavartta (upward movement of vayu), Anaha (hardness of bowels), Gulma (Abdominal lump), Hrdroga (heart disease), Urograha, Mutrakrcchra (Dysuria), Mutraghata (retention and suppression of urine), Asmari (Vesical calculus), Prameha (Polyurea), Obesity, Udara (abdominal enlargement), Sotha (Oedema), Prameha (Polyurea), Obesity, Udara (abdominal enlargement), Sotha (Oedema), Amtra vrddhi (swellings of the scrotum), Bradhna (scrotal swelling at the junction of lower abdomen (below urinary bladder and scrotum), Galaganda (goitre), Gandamala (cervical adenitis), Granthi (cyst), Arbuda (Tumour), Slipada (filaria).

Volume II (Vranasothadhikarah to Dipanapacana
dravyalaksanadhikarah )

Vidradhi (abscess), Vrana-sotha (Inflammation), Agantuka vrana (Traumatic ulcers), Bhagna (Fracture of bones), Nadi Vrana (sinus), Bhagandara (fistula - in - ano), Upadamsa (soft chancre), Sukadosa (Disorders of penis), Kustha (leprosy and skin diseases), Udarda, sitapitta and kotha (urticaria, skin rashes and erythema, allergy etc.), Amlapitta (acid gastritis), Visarpa (Erysipelas), Visphota (eruptions), Snayuka (guinea worm), Masurika (Chicken pox), Ksudra roga (minor diseases), Mukha roga (Diseases of mouth), Karna - roga (diseases of ear), Nasa - roga (Diseases of nose), Diseases of the eye, Siro - roga (Diseases of head), Stri roga (Diseases of women), Diseases of the eye, Siro - roga (Diseases of head), Stri roga (Diseases of women), Bala roga (Diseases of children), Visa roga (Diseases due to poison), Jaladosadiyogadhikara (Disorders due to water etc.), Rasayanadhikara (Promotive therapy), Vajikarana (aphrodisiacs, Snehapana (unction), Svedadhikara (sudation), Vamanadhikara (emesis), Virecanadhikara (purgation), Bastikarmadhikara (enema), Dhumapana (Smoking), Kavaladhikara (Gargles), Nasyadhikara (Nasal evacuation or snuffing), Svasthavrattadhikara (Ways for keeping good health), Dravyagunadhikara (Properties of drugs), Ganapathadhikara (Description of drug groups), Samsodhana samsamana rasadrvyadinam vargadhikara (Description of drug groups), Samsodhana samsamana rasadrvyadinam vargadhikara (Groups of drugs which are used for purification of body disorders and liquid materials), Dhanyavargadhikara (Groups cereals), Mamsavargadhikara (Properties of meat), Sakaphalavargadhikara (Ordinary food items vegetarian food) and non - vegetarian items of meat, Matsya vyanjanagunadhikara (Properties of food items prepared from fish), Drava-dravyadhikara (Liquid items), Aristadhikara (Signs and symptoms indicative of death of the patient), Dipana pacana dravyalaksanadhikara (Definition of dipana and pacana etc.), Vangasenotpatti.

A historical introduction has also been added in the beginning. At the end following appendices have also been given.

Contents
Prefaceiii-iv
Introductionv-ix
Acknowledgementsxii
Contentsxiii-xiv
VOLUME I (Nidanadhikarah to Slipadarogadhikarah)
Chapters
Topics
Page no.
1Mangalacaranam1
2Nidanapancakam (The five ways of diagnosis)2
3Nidanadhikara2-19
4Jvara chikitsa (treatment of fevers)20-102
5Atisaradhikarah (diarrhoeas)103-138
6Grahani disorder139-164
7Piles (haemorrhoids)165-207
8Indigestion208-222
9Visucika (gestroenteritis)222-226
10Bhasmaka (excessively intense digestive fire)227-228
11Intestinal worms (helminthes)229-234
12Pandu roga (anaemia)235-249
13Raktapitta (innate haemorrhage)250-270
14Rajayaksma (pulmonary tuberculosis-consumption)271-287
15Chest - wound and wasting288-293
16Cough294-314
17Hiccough315-319
18Dyspnoea320-327
19Hoarseness of voice328-331
20Anorexia332-337
21Vomiting338-346
22Thirst (polydipsia)347-352
23Fainting353-357
24Alcoholism358-365
25Burning sensation of the body366-369
26Insanity370-382
27Epilepsy383-390
28Vatavyadhi (specific vatika disorders)391-452
29Vatarakta (gout)453-473
30Urustambha (stiffness of the leg)474-477
31Amavata (rheumatism)478-489
32Sula (colic)490-502
33Parinama sula (colic during or after digestion) 305-513
34Udavarta (upward movement of vayu)514-519
35Anaha (hardness of bowels)520-522
36Gulma (abdominal tumors)523-539
37Hrdroga (heart disease)540-546
38Urograha, Mutrakrcchra (dysuria)547-554
39Mutraghata (retention and suppression of urine)555-561
40Asmari (vesical calculus)562-572
41Prameha (polyurea)573-586
42Obesity587-594
42Udara (abdominal enlargement)595-621
43Sotha (oedema)622-637
44Amtra-vrddhi (swellings of the scrotum)638-644
45Bradhna (scrotal swelling at the junction of lower abdomen (below urinary bladder and scrotum)645-646
46Galaganda (goitre)647-650
47Gandamala (cervical adenitis)651-654
48Granthi (cyst)655-658
49Arbuda (tumour) 659-662
50Slipada (filaria)663-669
VOLUME II (Vidradhirogadhikara to Dipana-pacana-dravyalaksanadhikara)
53Vidradhi (abscess)671
54Vrana sotha (inflammation)678
55Agantuka vrana (traumatic ulcers) (accidental wounds)690
56Bhagna (fracture of bones)702
57Nadi vrana (sinus) 707
58Bhagandara (fistula - in - ano) 713
59Upadamsa (soft chancre)718
60Kustha (leprosy and skin diseases)729
61Udarda, sitapitta and kotha (urticaria, skin rashes and erythema, allergy etc.)762
62Amlapitta (acid gastritis) 765
63Visarpa (erysipelas) 775
64Visphota (eruptions) (small pox) 983
65Snayuka (guinea worm) (thread worm)788
66Masurika (chiken pox)790
67Ksudra roga (minor diseases)801
68Mukha roga (diseases of mouth)828
69Karna-roga (diseases of ear)855
70Nasa-roga (diseases of nose)869
71Disease of eye882
72Diseases of siro-roga (head disease)945
73Stri roga (diseases of women)959
74Bala roga (diseases of children)1002
75Visarogadhikara (diseases due to poison)1035
76Jaladosadiyogadhikara (disorders due to water etc.) 1061
77Rasayanadhikara (promotive therapy)1064
78Vajikarana (aphrodisiacs)1113
79Snehapana (unction)1124
80Svedadhikara (sudation)1129
81Vamanadhikara (emesis)1132
82Virecanadhikara (purgation)1137
83Bastikarmadhikara (enema) 1145
84Dhumapana (smoking) 1171
85Kavaladhikara (gargles)1175
86Nasyadhikara (nasal evacuation or snuffing)1177
87Svasthavrattadhikara (ways for keeping good health) 1183
88Dravyagunadhikara (properties of drugs)1190
89Ganapathadhikara (description of drug groups)1200
90Samsodhana samsamana rasadravyadinam
vargadhikara (groups of drugs which are used for
purification of body, cure of body disorders and
liquid materials.)



1206
91Rtucaryadhikara (seasonal routine - regimen)1210
92Dhanyavargadhikara (groups cereals) 1217
93Mamsavargadhikara (properties of meat) 1220
94Sakaphalavargadhikara (chapter on vegetables and fruits)1223
95Vyanjana - mamsa-vyanjanadhikara
[ordinary food items (vegetarian food) and non-vegetarian items of meat]
1230
96Matsya Vyanjana-gunadhikara (properties of food items prepared from fish)1237
97Drava - dravyadhikara (liquid items)1241
98Aristadhikara (signs and symptoms indicative of death of the patient)1250
99Dipana pacana dravyalaksanadhikara
(Definition of dipana and pacana etc.)

1273
100Vangasenotpatti1277
Appendix - I
Plant names with botanical identification1278
Appendix - II
Units of weight with metric equivalents1307
Appendix - III
Diseases mentioned in Vangasen's Cikitsasarasamgraha with their nearest modern equivalents1308
Sample Pages



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I recieved my Mahavir pendant today. It is wonderful. I was recently in Delhi and as it was a spiritual trip visiting Jain temples in Rajasthan, Agra, Rishikesh and Delhi i did not have the opportunity to shop much. The pendant is beautiful and i shall treasure it. I have attached a picture of me in India. Your country and the people will always be in my heart.
Evelyn, Desoto, Texas.
I received my Order this week, It's wonderful. I really thank you very much.
Antonio Freitas, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
I have been ordering from your site for several years and am always pleased with my orders and the time frame is lovely also. Thanks for being such a wonderful company.
Delia, USA
I recviced Book Air Parcel(Nadi-Astrology). I am glad to see this book. Thankx. Muhammad Arshad Nadeem Pakistan.
Muhammad Arshad Nadeem
It is always a great pleasure to return to Exotic India with its exquisit artwork, books and other items. As I said several times before, Exotic India is far more than a highly professional Indian online shop; it is in fact an excellent ambassador to the world for the splendour of Indian wisdom and spirituality. I wish a happy and successful New Year 2017 to Exotic India and its employees! You can be very proud of yourself!
Dr Michael Seeber (psychiatrist and psychotherapist, Essen/Germany)
My last order arrived in a reasonable amount of time, regarding the long way it had to take! I am glad to find this and some other ayurvedic remedy, as well as books and much other things at your online-store and I am looking forward to be your customer again, some time.
Andreas, Germany.
Намаскар! Честно говоря, сомневался. Но сегодня получил свой заказ. Порадовала упаковка, упаковано всё очень тщательно и аккуратно. Большое спасибо, как раз подарок к Новому Году! Namaskar! Frankly, I doubted. But today received my order. We were pleased with the packaging. Everything is packed carefully and accurately. Thank you very much, just a gift for the New Year!
Ruslan, Russia.
Thanks for the great sale!! It really helped me out. I love Exotic India.
Shannon, USA
I have got the 3 parcels with my order today and everything is perfect. Thank you very much for such a good packaging to protect the items and for your service.
Guadalupe, Spain
Great books! I am so glad you make them available to order, thank you!
Yevgen, USA
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