Prasanta Banerji Homeopathic Research Foundation(PBHRF)

プラサンタ・バナジー ホメオパシー研究財団



The Prasanta Banerji Homeopathic Research Foundation is located in the heart of the busy city of Kolkata, India.

The area that the research foundation uses for its office is located in the premises of 10/3/1 A Elgin Road, Kolkata 700020, India, which houses the clinic of Dr. Prasanta Banerji and Dr. Pratip Banerji.

Our team consists of the principal doctors, very able, fully qualified assistant physicians – who help the principal doctors to deal with the large volume of patients, office executives and data entry personnel – who are the essential for the documentation and administration of the clinics, medicine compounders - and other staff i.e. Cleaners, Security etc. Each play their role and are essential to the functioning of the institution.



Since 1993, the Foundation has consciously endeavoured to extend homoeopathic treatment facilities to underprivileged people in rural and semi-urban areas outside Kolkata – by encouraging trained homoeopaths attached to the clinic to practice and attend patients on fixed days of the week, during fixed hours in these areas. The opening of these clinics has helped spread awareness about homoeopathy, and also brought proper homoeopathic treatment facilities closer to people, who have really needed them – mainly on account of their low costs. Moreover, patients living in areas near these clinics who earlier used to go to Kolkata for treatment by the Foundation’s homoeopaths, have also been greatly benefited.


Our mission

The aim of the PBH Research Foundation is to establish “The Banerji Protocol’ as a scientific and effective mode of medicine. This Foundation offers comprehensive health care as well as gives scientific establishment to bring the treatment form to its rightful position as the medicine of the masses.


Social Cause


Free Facilities

In Kolkata, where the Foundation is headquartered and where its trustees operate as practising homoeopaths, pathological tests, CT Scans, MRIs, ECGs, etc. are conducted and their costs borne by the Foundation with a view to help underprivileged patients.


The Ashutosh Mukherjee Road Clinic

This clinic is a fully charitable one. Daily attendance of patients is approximately 300 – 400. This clinic is attended by the Deputy Managing Trustee, Dr. Pratip Banerji. Here, each and every patient is examined personally by him. No consultation fees are charged to any patient. This is done for the purpose of service to the less than privileged, as it is common knowledge that India is a developing nation and needs all the charitable service that can be given.


Managing Trustee


Prasanta Banerji

Founder & Managing Trustee, PBHRF

Dr. Prasanta Banerji is famed for establishing 'The Banerji Protocol' of treatment. A protocol that has brought lucidity and user friendliness into a treatment form using ultra dilutional medicines. He made the treatment form easy to learn and practice and this has allowed replicability in science. It is due to his sole efforts in this respect, that the modern scientific establishment has recognized and accepted the 'The Banerji Protocols' of treatment using ultra-dilutional medicines into mainstream healthcare.

Dr. Prasanta Banerji is a consultant physician educated at the Mihijam Institute of Homeopathy Medical College and Hospital (MIHMCH), received Institute Fellowship in 1956, runs a clinic having an average daily attendance of 1000-1200 patients, with a team of doctors.

Dr. Prasanta Banerji has been an Honorary Advisor to the Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, as a member of a key advisory group of experts, and also of an apex committee. Dr. Banerji has also been a Member of the Program Advisory Committee for the National Cancer Control Programme of the Goverment of India's Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

(quoted from PBHRF website:





この研究財団のオフィス住所は、10/3/1 A Elgin Road, Kolkata 700020, Indiaで、Drプラサンタ・バナジーとDrプラティップ・バナジーのクリニックがある。
















Ashutosh Mukherjee Roadクリニック














Jan 2015

Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH) officially invited Japanese Homoeopathic Medical Association (JPHMA) for interactive seminar with the CCRH scientists on Friday 27 February 2015.




JAN 2015

Honorary guest speaker from

WHO South East Asia Region,

Dr Kim Sung Chol, Technical Officer, Traditional Medicine will give a presentation.

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Dr Kim Sung Chol



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