About Dr. B. K. Bose (Homeopath)

Dr. B.K.Bose is one of the eminent Indian homeopaths. He was born in 1879. During his student life, he was actively involved in Indian political activities.

As a result, he left for France and from there to the U.S.A. expecting a prospect of help but here he had to face various other difficulties. He got admitted into the New York Homeopathic College and Flower Hospital to continue his studies in homeopathy. Later he stayed at Ann Arbor for two years.

A friend of Dr. Bose introduced him to Dr. James Tyler Kent, M.D. This incident is considered an important event in the life of Dr. Bose. Dr. Tyler advised him to join in to the Hering Medical College and impart knowledge of homeopathy. In this college, Dr. Bose came in contact with Sir John Weir of the Royal Homeopathic Hospital who was then an outgoing student.

In order to improve his knowledge, he studied in  Kansas City University where he obtained M.D., D.O. degree and then returned to India. He started his first ever medical practice at Calcutta. In the year 1910, he joined the political movement against partition in Bengal. 

Then shifted his practice to Banaras. Here he became the family physician of Shri Motilal Nehru, father of Jawaharlal Nehru. Later on, he migrated to Calcutta and played a crucial role in the creation of the Calcutta Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital. He died in the year of 1977.

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