The family is the first and most essential school for the education and training of the young for all the qualities of a perfect manhood, the general and special preparation for the fulfilment of the duties and enjoyment of the privileges which are implied in the various relations of our complex life. It is conceded, in view of the various elements of human nature, that marriage may have other ends than the propagation of offspring, and the education of moral persons for private and public life and its relations may afford the means for the attainment of those ends. But the incidental issues of an institution are surely compatible witthrh its primary intention, and should be sought in connection with and mainly through the accomplishment of that. The author has elaborated the principal of the Family and the State. This book describes about the marriage in detail and discusses the extension of the family with heredity and working women. It has enlightened the problems faced by the parents during parenting and tried to suggest some remedies for its prevention.