CONTINUITY OF PATIENT CARE

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Rammohun Roy

  • rajah; born Radhanagar, Bengal, May 1772; died at Bristol, England, Sept. 27, 1833. Rejecting Hindu religion early age, published "A Gift Monotheists", a protest against idolatry priestcraft. He embraced moral principles Christianity, issued "The Precepts of Jesus, the Guide to Peace and Happiness"(1820); an English abridgment sacred books Vedanta(1826); numerous pamphlets concerning condition India.
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