Presidential Takeover of State Government is a unique book giving a comprehensive guide on the contours of Article 356 of the Constitution of India. The book analytically highlights the delicate subject of Centre-State relations and enlightens the readers as to how the provision of Article 356 is not violative of the State autonomy. The satisfaction of the President and obligations of the Governor during the failure of constitutional machinery of a State has been cogently put forth. The author has critically analysed and examined the cases of justified use of Article 356 and also covered cases wherein the use of power evoked a great deal of controversy. This book shall be of great help to legal practitioners, academicians, university/college libraries, Government offices, et al.