The Shindy raised by the ding-dong of 1965-War had momentarily clouded rational judgement. Soon after the dust and fog of War had settled down, the searching minds asked the question - what was all this about? The end results? The balance sheet? They were not there in the clash of metal against metal, nor in the biggest tank battle(s) fought after the Second World War. Nor could one find the answers in strategic concepts, or territorial gain or loss. The book is the story of those momentous battles, fought and not-fought - a birds' eye view presenting a composite picture through all the three Indo-Pak Wars.