This autobiography-cum-travelogue-cum prose account narrates the personal experiences, observations and even subjective forecasts by a devout Sikh, freedom fighter and champion of Sikh cause. The book narrates his whole time service to the Sikh faith and its cause following his mental transformation by an encounter with late Sant Attar Singh. The bulk of his narration narrates his encounters and exchange of views with several national and international political stalwarts, radical freedom fighters and thinkers of his times. Though his experiences are rich and varied but some of his opinions and categorical projections are subjective, and arbitrary. His prose is readable but lacks in literary merit.