Gurajada Apparao, who is referred to as Navayuga Kavita Chakravarthi – modern king of poetry, had penned the novel with an aim to expose corrupt mindsets in and around Visakhapatnam and Vizianagaram who had false notions about life and problem solving. The main story revolves around four characters named Gireesam, Madhuravani, Agnihotravadhanulu, and Ramappa Pantulu. Venkatesam, a school lad failed in examination, seeks support of Gireesam who has a knack to outsmart Akbar and Birbal with presence of cunning mind. He already is in a relationship with a widow who waits for his return to marry her. As Gireesam is not interested in marrying her in true spirit and that he already has live in relationship with prostitute named Madhuravani, he wants to escape from these women and persuades Venaktesam to take him along. In other words, it is the necessity of Gireesam to evade from payment dues and relationship commitments but he rather cunningly diverts attention from reality and sells his majestic influence over subject and mastery over English of British. This character also tries to show off its resources before the innocent Brahmin lad who fears face off with father Agnihotravadhanulu.