Governor Bandaru Dattatraya today released the book 'Five sons of Himachal Pradesh' written by litterateur, social worker and retired officer from HP Information and Public Relations Department Shiv Singh Chauhan. The book focuses on the contribution made by former Chief Ministers of Himachal Pradesh towards the development of the state.Appreciating the efforts of Shri Chauhan, the Governor said that this year we were also celebrating the Golden Jubilee of full Statehood of Himachal Pradesh. He said we should remember the efforts and vision of our leadership in taking the state forward on the path of development and prosperity. The author has brought his experiences working with the governments to readers through this book. He said that it was very important for the future generations to understand the history of the state.Shiv Singh Chauhan presented a collection of his books to the Governor which included Mamta Ke Mandaar, Katran Se Parivartit Hoti Naari, Ek Safal Rajneta and Himanchali Shaktipeeth.The 90-year-old Shri Chauhan, who belongs to Solan district, has throwed light on the political and economic changes, development in health, education, road construction, agriculture and horticulture, industrialization etc. through this book. Shyam Lal Sharma, a former engineer, who has served in the Public Works Department of the state at the time of formation of Himachal Pradesh, also shared his experiences of that era with the Governor.Yadavinder Singh Chauhan, son of Shiv Singh Chauhan, who retired from the post of Joint Director from the Information and Public Relations Department was also present on the occasion.