It is indeed very crediatable to you to have carried on your research in Indian Chemistry and to publish the result in such comprehensive form. The publication is sure to attract the attention of those who are intreasted in making available to the public the past achivements in the field of science in India.
It is indeed very creditable to you to have carried on your research in Indian Chemistry and to publish the results in such comprehensive form. The publication is sure to attract the attention of all those who are interested in making available to the public the past achievements in the field of science in India. - Sir C.H. Setalvad, Vice-Chancellor, Bombay University
Hindu Chemistry and alchemy is a subject almost unknown and our indebtedness to the Indian's early contribution to the development of science was briefly dismissed in the Brief outline of the History of science (by Dr. Gerard Druce). We are therefore especially grateful to Dr. Bhudeb Mookerji for his compilation. The publication of all the volumes are eagerly awaited. - The Chemical News of London
The work,... will no doubt prove to be the greatest and the most comprehensive treatise on Hindu Chemistry and alchemy... The author is an eminent and successful physician, and most probably he has been able to earn a high reputation by prescribing the medicines described in the book under review. Physicians in general, we are sure, will be profited by the study of the book. - Bharatvarsha Magazine, Calcutta
These volumes are quite welcome, compiled, as they are from various works on Rasa-vidya from the age of Ramachandra up to the present time.
Preparations of mineral acids (and other chemical medicines) was known in India, according to the author, as early as the age of Ravana, and not introduced by the Portuguese as suggested by Dr. P.C. Roy.
The treatment has been thorough and practical and is quite legible to all. We anxiously await the publication of the balance volumes - Journal of Ayurveda, Calcutta
I consider you are performing one of the world's greatest works today, in making available the marvelous ancient wisdom of India, which is the only source and store-house of real knowledge. I shall anxiously await the publication of the remaining volumes of your priceless work. - Edward Peters, Detroit, USA