The book entitled “Histomorphology of Genital Tract During Folliculogenesis in Goat” authored by Dr. R.P. Tiwari, Dr. M.R. Poyam and Dr. S.P. Ingole consist of gross and histomorphology of female genitlia of adult goat during folliculogenesis. Gonads and reproductive tract are directly concerned with successful reproduction and fertility in female animals. Ovary performs both exocrine and endocrine functions i.e. production of ova and sex hormones. The ovary is composed of the medulla and its outer shell. The medulla is primarily composed of blood vessels, nerves and connective tissue. The cortex contains ovarian follicles which are the ovarian compartment that enables the ovary to fulfill its dual function of gametogenesis and steriodogenesis.At birth or immediately thereafter, female mammals have a finite stock of ovarian follicles i.e. all primordial follicles are formed during the prenatal life. These follicles continuously grow and ovulate or undergo atresia.The steroidogenesis in follicle and corpus luteum cause histomorphological and functional changes in ovaries, oviducts, uterus cervix and vagina.