The problem is as follows: There is a point magnetic dipole embedded at the center of a sphere (radius R) of linear magnetic material of permeability μ. What is the magnetic field inside the sphere? I know that this problem has been solved in many books.But I am trying a different method. Since the magnetic field of a magnetic dipole takes the same form as electric field of an electric dipole, I calculated the electric field inside a sphere (of linear dielectric material of permittivity ε) having a point electric dipole embedded at the center. And then just replaced ε by 1/μ and the electric dipole moment 'p' by the magnetic dipole moment 'm' and of course epsilon naught by one over mu naught. But the answer does not match the correct answer. Is this method of mine wrong?