The occluded root: how modern war was waged upon old healing arts

by Rahul Goswami In every market-street in the city of Bombay (which later came to be called Mumbai), and outside most of the larger and busier commuter railway stations, sat vendors of medicinal plants and herbs. There were usually no more than two or three at each market centre. They would spread their collection on … Continue reading The occluded root: how modern war was waged upon old healing arts