"Indian Flying Fox of Assam" or "Ecobiology of Indian Flying Fox Pteropus giganteus Brunnich, 1782 of Assam" is a comprehensive research oriented book for researchers who require an introduction to fruit bat ecology and biology. In the literature review section, the text draws on a wealth of examples from around the Old World tropics and subtropics particularly on Flying foxes. Brief description on the study area and its climatic condition are integrated in the beginning of the text followed by the ecobiological findings on the major objectives of the Ph.D. thesis like taxonomy and external morphology; distribution, habitat selection and roosting behaviour; food and feeding habits; breeding and parental care; diurnal behaviour; and the population status along with the prevailing threats and conservation related issues of Pteropus giganteus in the lower reach of the Brahmaputra Valley of Assam, India. A discussion, summary and references are found at the end of the book. Moreover the author is the pioneer worker in the field of bat research in Northeast India (a Biodiversity Hot Spot) and deserves credit for being the first Ph.D. holder from Assam in a chiropteran/bat fauna.