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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 3293-3296


Dr. Swathi K.S, Dr. Priya K.pillai, Dr. ShyamveerGurjar, Dr. Mayukh Sharma, Dr. Jyoti Yadav, Dr. Deepak Sharma.

Rasa JalaNidhi is a compilatory book in Rasashastra, where it includes the matter from varied books that are extinct currently . The book is an ocean of Indian Chemistry and Alchemy of the 20th century. The present work is an expository of the text Rasa JalaNidhi and to focus on its contributions and specialities in the field of Rasashatra.

Key words: Rasa jalanidhi, Rasashastra, Ayurveda.

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