The book Sculptural Art of Mansar a well authored treatise on the sculptural remains from excavations at Mansar, documents the sculptures both from Satvahana period. It is for the first time that such a large collection of superb sculptures have been recovered from the ancient capital of Eastern Vakatakas, which was named Pravarapur. It fact there sculptures acted as models for paintings at Ajanta. Though they have the effect of Gupta Art, they carry their own style and could be termed as Pravarapur Art predominantly made on rose coloured sandstone they are examples of fine deliveation and adored the main Siva people at Pravarapur. Satvahanas of Vidarbha used different medium for their sculptural art.
The book gives a glimpse of sculptural art flourishing in Vidarbha from 2 century B.C. to 5 century A.D.