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Indian alchemy

S. Mahdihassan

Indian alchemy

or, Rasayana : in the light of asceticism geriatrics

by S. Mahdihassan

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Published by Vikas in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Alchemy -- India.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesInstitute of History of Medicine and Medical Research, New Delhi.
      StatementS. Mahdihassan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQD18.I3 M3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 139 p. :
      Number of Pages139
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4083320M
      LC Control Number79912825

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Indian Alchemy: Soma in the Veda by S. Kalyanaraman. The book is an epoch-making work-a paradigm-shift in Vedic studies-which identifies soma Indian alchemy book electrum (god-silver metallic compound). Soma is referred to in the Rgveda as the should of the Yajna (atmayajnasya).

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About the Book In Indian Alchemy Dr. Mahdihassan attempts to elucidate the point the Alchemy is a science through which the higher states of being reveal themselves with.

Indian Alchemy: Soma in the Veda (Book) Book Details. ISBN. Title. Indian Alchemy: Soma in the Veda. Author. Srinivasan Kalyanaraman. Publisher. Munshirm Manoharlal Pub Pvt Ltd. Publication Date.

Buy This Book. $ plus shipping. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization. Ancient. From the Jacket: The book is an epoch-making work - a paradigm-shift in Vedic studies - which identifies soma as electrum (gold-silver metallic compound). Soma is referred to in the Rgveda as the soul of the yajna (atmayajnasya).

The path-breaking identification is based on textual evidence and a penetrating analysis of the Indian alchemical tradition, spanning nearly five millennia.

This book is an essential reference for anyone interested in Indian yoga, alchemy, and the medieval beginnings of science. About the Author. David Gordon White is Distinguished Emeritus Professor of Religion at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is the author of several books, including Cited by: - Buy Indian Alchemy: Soma in the Veda book online at best prices in India on Read Indian Alchemy: Soma in the Veda book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : S.

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Mukherji. The more general name for the Indian science of alchemy or proto-chemistry is Rasaśāstra (रसशास्त्र in Sanskrit), or "The Science of Mercury," in Nepali, Marathi, Hindi, Kannada and several other languages.

Early Indian alchemical texts discuss the use of prepared forms of mercury or cinnabar (see samskaras).However, there is also ample mention of the preparation of.

Indian alchemy. The oldest Indian writings, the Vedas (Hindu sacred scriptures), contain the same hints of alchemy that are found in evidence from ancient China, namely vague references to a connection between gold and long life.

Written as a textbook for university examinations in rasaśāstra (applied alchemy), this is the most complete and systematic English-language survey of Indian alchemy from an applied scientific perspective. Mahdihassan, S. Indian Alchemy or Rasayana in the Light of Asceticism Geriatrics. New Delhi: Vikas, Ayurveda Prakasha is one of the important ancient texts on ancient Indian Alchemy written by Shrimad Madhava Upadhyaya in circa 16thth century AD.

Three commentaries are available on this text. An Introduction to the Tamil Siddhas: Their Tantric Roots, Alchemy, Poetry, and the True Nature of their Heresy - Layne Little; Reflections on the Poetry of Ramalingar - Layne Little; Avaiyar's Vinayagar Agaval - Layne Little; Late mediaeval Indian alchemical apparatus.

Indian alchemical apparatus. Early Indian Alchemy There are four Vedas, each of which contains hymns, ritual and sacrificial duties, and philosophical writings. The Vedas introduced the practice of magic. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kalyanaraman, S.

(Srinivasan), Indian alchemy. New Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers, © DICTIONARY OF INDIAN ALCHEMY AND POLY HERBAL FORMULATIONS Book Summary: Indian Alchemy (Rasa Shastra) and Pharmacy (Bhashajeya Kaplana) are important branches of Ayurveda.

Efficacy of several mineral (Shilajit as antoxidant and antidiabetic) and polyherbal formulations (Trikatu as bioavailability enhancer) has been proved by modern investigations.

ANCIENT TEXTS Books direct from India. Ayurvedic texts are the cornerstone of Ayurvedic medicine as it has been written down by great Rishis or sages for the benifit of all mankind. The trinity of Charaka Samhita, Shushruta Samhita and Ashtanga Hrdyam are the main texts but in fact each family had their traditional texts handed down through the centuries and enscribed on palm leaf.

Ras Ratnakar book is about ayurveda and alchemy which comes in 3 parts: Part 1 - Ras Ratnakar Ras Khand Part 2 - Ras Ratnakar Rasayan Khand Part 3 - Ras Ratnakar Ridhi Khand Details of Book: Author - Dr.

Indradev Tripathi (Ras khand and Rasayan khand) and Dr. Swaminath Mishra (Ridhi Khand) Publisher - Chaukhamba L. Our first book, Real Alchemy, provides a glimpse into the general theory and practices surrounding the Art of Alchemy as handed down in the Western World.

This second work delves more deeply into "the why of the how" behind laboratory alchemy and elaborates greater detail on some of the mineral works of Alchemy both ancient and modern.

Indian alchemy derived its colour and flavour to a large extent from the Tantric cult. Then, during the iatro-chemical period all the previous accumulated alchemical ideas were put into something more practical and tangible. a number of preparations of mercury and other metals were evolved as helpful accessories in by: 3.Set against the brilliantly drawn backdrop of India at the turn of the millennium, The Alchemy of Desire tells the story of a young couple, penniless but gloriously in love.

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