The Goal to study Anatomy is to achieve perfect knowledge which is basic science that forms firm foundation of the whole act of medical science, the knowledge of anatomy should be taught taking into consideration its importance in homoeopathic practice Nevertheless study of anatomy should be so planned and taught in such a way as to give a general working knowledge required for clinical subjects about the structure of the human body. The minor details of Anatomy should be reduced to the minimum. Major emphasis should be laid on functional anatomy of the living subject rather than on the static structures of the cadaver, and on general anatomical positions and relations of the viscera, muscles, blood-vessels, nerves and lymphatics. Study of the cadaver is only a means to this end. Students should not be burdened with minute anatomical details which have no clinical significance.