Broadly serves as a sequel to The Problem of Aryan Origins and Karpasa in Prehistoric India. The author effectively challenges the modern chronology.
Part One "lays out the traditional-Puranic scheme of Indian history and focuses on a crucial problem in India of the 4th century B.C. for which the Puranically derived answer oposes the current solution very impresively. It goes on to drive the modern chronologist into a corner from which there seems to be no logical escape."
Part two "aims at setting forth, in considerable detail, supporting evidence from old Western records which mostly derive from the `Indica' of egasthenes and bear upon the state of affairs in India in approximately 326 - 300 B.C."
Part three is occupied with the events and announcements credited with this period as well as the succeeding century.