The books have been written, compiled, designed and edited by the third and fourth year architecture students, a statement issued by the college stated. 

“The two books cover all details of the historic cities, starting from their inception. The students have chronicled the growth of these cities in terms of their urban character and design features of the and the recent landmarks,” managing director of K J Educational Institute Vibhavari Jadhav said. 

The authors of the book also conducted an exhibition their work, titled, “Elysian”, in their college campus in Kondhwa. “The books were released during the exhibition. The text of the books is well-supported with ample photographs, sketches and maps in a bid to reach a larger spectrum of audience. The books would serve as a focused primer on architectural styles and its evolution in the cities of Mysuru and Chandigarh,” Jadhav said.