Immoral Traffic Prostitution in India. An acclaimed book on the plights of the victims of trafficking and prostitution in India. A useful guide for all the agencies enforcing the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act. A bible for the Police Officers in the given subject The title “Immoral Traffic - Prostitution in India” would no doubt be a handy treatise for the guardians of law and morals. It will help them rise up to the occasion in tackling the problem of trafficking and prostitution, which had led to the rise and spread of HIV/AIDS. Dealing with the subject with dexterity, the author Thiru V. Sithannan lists out the various laws enacted by the Government of India and the States, elaborating on the efficacy, the ways and implementation of the Acts in letter and spirit. A current of humanism is discernible throughout the book. The author not only expresses his compassion for the victims of prostitution but is also equally concerned with their rescue, rehabilitation and honourable placement in society on par with others. Apart from narrating the historical background and the impact of prostitution, the author has also drawn a comparative picture of the legal status of Immoral Trafficking in other countries along with the description of related instruments of Law aimed at combating this menace. The title is a scholarly attempt at a very appropriate time when the scourge of HIV/AIDS is catching up as wild fire capable of affecting economic future of the country.