The book deals with the subject of 'good and bad' days in the life-history of Buddhism. The most remarkable thing, that the book has to reveal for us is the harmonious existence of Buddhism and Sivaism side by side without a crimonies and per-sections. This process of effecting harmony among different religious sects was initiated and put into day to day practice by none other than the kings themselves. The kings not only erected temples to venerate Siva, Buddha and Visnu but also allowed their queens and ministers to express freely their adoration for the deities of their heart-felt choice. These gestures from the top, in fact, in long way to establish religious tolerence giving way to harmonious living among the people belonging to different other groups.
This book on History of Buddhism, is besides of other things, undoubtedly, of historical significance at the time of crisis in the life of Indian People.