The book “Learning Geometry by Visually Impaired Children in High School” is the exploration of Mr. Aryal’s experiences on the integrative setting. This is an attempt to develop different learning and teaching strategies for visually impaired children especially in Mathematics. These strategies are made suitable for visually impaired children in integrating classroom setting. Critical ethnographic method was used to develop these strategies to secondary school children. This books also discussed about justice and emancipation of visually impaired children. This also focuses on the child right approach to learn every subject as well as mathematics in the case of Nepal. This book has concluded that the wrong assumption that visually impaired children can not read mathematics especially geometry has replaced with the verse that they also can read if appropriate methodologies and essential equipment use by mixing love and affection in the integrative classroom.