The peach is indigenous to China and reached the world by the route of Persia therefore its Latin name means "Persian plum." It is considered as a symbol of Immortality and Friendship. It is the second most vital stone fruit in Pakistan. Its harvest season is from May to September. The book "Sensory Evaluation and Proximate Analysis of Peach" shows the information based on experiment to increase the Shelf life and Nutritional Quality of Peach by using Gamma Radiation Cobalt-60. The book covers different topics from the production of Peaches Worldwide to Modern Processing Techniques that are employed in Peach Export. Moreover, Varieties of Peaches, Nutritional Facts, Experiments regarding sensory attributes and different parameters such as % of Weight loss, Moisture loss, Ash content, Crude fiber, Crude fat, Total soluble solids (TSS), Decay %, pH and Titratable acidity are discussed in detail. All the Results are supported by Figures and Tables. The experiment proved that 0.75 kGy is an effective dose for maximum shelf life extension of Peaches. It is expected that this technique increases the Peach export rate in a positive sense by overcoming the quarantine barriers.