THIS interest which for many years now has been displayed by Indian workers on phenomena of light scattering has produced a large volume of valuable observations and many important and far-reaching results. While, since 1928, investigations have been predominantly concerned with different aspects of the Raman effect, other branches of light scattering have received attention. Many individual papers have appeared, but periodically a symposium of papers is published. These are most helpful in weaving together the various topics. The one under review* on “Fluorescence, Light Scattering, and the Raman Effect”worthily follows the traditions created by previous symposia and maintains the same high standard.