The book is a compilation of various samiti aspects of history of Maharashtra through articles by history scholars.
Many different topics are handled on various topics through articles, which are as follows. Gopal Chandorkar mentions the importance of graineries and warehouses on the fort Raigad, which remained intact even after the attack of the British in 1818 due to its specific architecture.
The archeological remains are also mentioned which are of the Satvahanas, Rashtrakutas and Chalukyas mainly the houshilds existing in Solapur along with the role of rivers like Bhima, Sona, Nira and Maan
Focusing on the importance of coins in the history, Dilip Balsekar mentions the details of coins due to which the period of the king used to be derived. He also mentioned few main coins during the post- Mughal period in Mumbai. Prabhakar Apte describes the detailed information and importance of various pilgrimages all over India. Along with it D.R.Ketkar explains the need to conserve the ?Deepmaals? [stone lamps] in the temples.
Other articles in the book contain, details relating to Tuljabhawani, arts, architecture, and music instruments directly relating to history. Various traditions and culture of various states are also analyzed with the topic of River Saraswati and water transport in it.
Scholars, history covers and such interest groups will be definitely benefited from the information provided in the articles of the book.