This is a comprehensive treatise on the matrimonial laws of all the Indian communities including Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Parsis and Jews. Essentially the book is written for the practitioners of law and judges whose business is to provide relief to the persons/s laboring under yoke of unhappy or broken marriages. It may also help scholars, researchers and reformers of law. Along with portraying as law is today it also gives constructive ctiticism with the exposition of certain law or principles thereof. Since the work is written for practitioners of law and judges. High Courts Rules framed under the matrimonial statutes Rules for registration of marriage of different states and Family Court Rules of different States are appended for easy reference.