Translations of Ancient Hindu Medical books, have been unnumbered. I myself have had the foremost of them. But they are not in touch with the real need of the people. Moreover those translated volumes are not within the means of every aspi-rant for Hindu medical lore. It may be therefore safely hoped that this Hindu Practice of medicine will be appreciated by them yielded as it does-all the gems of the Hindu medical science in one vessel and that for a nominal price. What is the best in a Charaka, a Susruta, a Bhabaprakasa or a Baobhat has been thrown into this Hindu Practice of Medicine. It is indeed an epitome of the whole Hindu medical science. To add to its practical utility I have put in whatever I have founded out by my practice which is tolerably long.