The contents of this books are –
Bibliography.– Rajkhanda, Vishvasinchacharitam, Rajo-pâkhyâna, Sangita-sankar, Harabhaktitaranga, Major Jenkins’ Report, Maharajvansâvali, Beharodanta, Rajavansâvali, Lecture of Anandachandra Ghosb, One Authoritative paper etc. Completion Settlement Report, Account of the Coooh Behar State, Kochbiharer Itihas, Kochbihar Rajyer Sanksipta vivaran, Introduction to Damodarcharita, Coooh Behar State and its Land Revenue Settlement, The Resettlement of the Town of Cooch Behar, Copy of the Decree of the Chaklajat case, Mercer and Chauvet’s Report, Cooch Behar Select Records, Baharistan-i-Ghaibi, Rudrasinha’s Buranjee, Samudranarayan’s Vansabali, Kharganariyan’s Vansâvali, Kamarupa Vansavali, Bijni Vansavali. Gandharvanarayan’s Vansavali: Bijniraja-vansa. An Account of Assam, The Koch kings of Kamrupa and other works.
Name of the Country.-Changes in name. Situation,
Ancient Kamrupa. Some countries menționed in the Puranas, Accounit in the Puranas,
Poplar History,-Rajabali, Samudragupta, The Dynasty
of Naraka, The Pala dynasty, The Koch Kingdom, The
Siva Dynasty, Mohammad Bakhtiyar, Manikchand
Gopichand, King Havachandra, Rule of the Kacharis
Jalpeshwar, Chhutiya and Ahom dynasties, Ali Mech and Baro Bhuiyas.
Kamatapur.-Condition of the town, Some villages, The tank of Bholanath, of The tank of the King’s motber.
Kamatesvar.-Durlabhvanarayan, Kametesvar in Ahom Buranjee, Kântesvar (Kametesvar) in Gosanimangal, Niladhvaja, Chakradhvaja, Kamatesvari Gosani, Nilambar, Roads, temple and the fort. Extent of the Kingdom, Invasion by the Mahomedans, Conquest of the fort, Durlabhendra of Fengus, Chandan and Madan.
Condition of the Country.-Historical materials, King who conquered all countries, Travellers, Learning and civilisation, agriculture, arts and trade, animals, Manner of administration, Wealth and customs.
Religious reformers.-Goraksanath, Sonarai and Guru Nanak and Teg Bahadur, Sankardeva, Madhabdeva, Damoderdeva, Preachers of Mahomedanism-Toran Pir, Kamal, Ismail Gazi, Pagla Pir, Geyasuddin, Satyapir, Ekdil Saha, Gazi Pir, Five Pirs and Khoaj pirs.
Chapter VII. – The Haihaya dynasties.
Chapter VIII. – Maharaja Visvasingha
Chapter IX. – Maharaja Naranarayana
Chapter X. – Maharaja Laxminarayana, Maharaja Birnarayana, Maharaja Prannarayana
Chapter XI. – Maharaja Modnarayana, Maharaja Basudevnarayana, Maharaja Mahindranarayana, Maharaja Rupnarayana, Maharaja Upendranarayana, Maharaja Devendranarayana.
Chapter XII. – Maharaja Dhairyendranarayana, Maharaja Rajendranarayana, Maharaja Dharendranarayana, Maharaja Dhairyendranarayana 2nd time
Chapter XIII. – The Raikat family, The Panga Raj family, Kachar Raj family, Durrang Raj family, Tje Bijni Raj family, The Beltola Raj family.
Chapter XIV. – Mahamedan connections
Chapter XV. – Narayani Coins
Chapter XVI. – Clash between Najir and Goswami
Chapter XVII – Bhutan Duars
Chapter XVIII. – The Coochbehar Treaty
Chapter XIX. – Chronological Discussions.