Creating Waves of Awareness
|10/17/2012 11:30 AM||Homeopathy and Cardiology with Dr Aadil Kasim|
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Dr Mahendra Singh – a legendary homoeopath, an ardent teacher of Homoeopathic philosophy, who had a passion to groom the future citizens of Indian in Homoeopathy, passed away on at 3.30 am on 15.10.2012.
It was a full auditorium with more than thousand five hundred delegates. The session continued beyond lunch time. When some delegates became restless a voice sounded from the dais. “please be seated till the session is over. The speaker is also hungry.” A pin drop silence followed. This charismatic voice belongs to Dr. Mahendra Singh, the name synonymous with homoeopathy in India for more than forty years.
Hailing from Bihar from an ordinary family, he graduated from The Calcutta Homoeopathic Medical College in 1960. Started teaching Organon since 1962. He was known for his concern for the poor, downtrodden and suffering people. This he had inherited from his family.
He held various positions as a teacher of Organon and in the national arena as Chairman of Education Committee, Central Council of Homoeopathy. He was elected as National President, Homoeopathic Medical Association of India.
He authored several books. His latest work - First corrected, re - translated edition of Organon of Medicine is amazing. Last Monday, on 08.10.12, in morning he had a fall in his room, and had inter-trochanteric fracture of left femur. He was hospitalised and operation was planned for 9th. But due to some anomalies in his blood count and potassium level, Operation was postponed till everything was OK. And ultimately, he was operated on afternoon of 12th. He was fine after operation. But after about 3 hrs, he started giving signs of distress. Ultimately was put in ICU, then next day on ventilator. But things started going from bad to worse, and he left us in the early morning on Monday, (15th October, 2012).
Such Stalwarts can never be replaced as is the case with the respectable Prof. Mahendra Singh. Please join me in prayers for rest and peace for his departed soul