The fad of Indian romanticism ushered in by three incredible forces influenced the fate of modern Indian literary works. These forces were Sri Aurobindo’s look for the divine in man, Tagore’s pursuit for the attractive in Nature and man, and also Mahatma Gandhi’s tryouts with truth and non-violence. Sri Aurobindo, through his verse as well as a philosophical treatise, ‘The Life Divine,’ offers the prospect of the ultimate revelation of divinity in everything. He composed mostly in English. Tagore’s pursuit for elegance was a spiritual pursuit, which attained fulfillment in the final realization that service to humankind was the most efficient form of call with God. Tagore recognized a supreme principle suffusing Nature and the whole world. This supreme principle, or the mysterious aura, is gorgeous since it beams via the known; and it is just in the unknown that we have continuous liberty. Tagore, a many-splendoured wizard, composed books, short stories, essays and dramas, and also never ceased to try out new experiments. His collection of poems in Bengali, Gitanjali (song offerings), got the Nobel Prize in 1913. Tagore’s’ poetry, after the honor, motivated writers of various Indian languages to promote the age of beautiful verse/poetry. The period of enchanting verse in Hindi is referred to as Chhayavad, the age of enchanting mystery, in Kannada, is Navodaya, the increasing sunlight, and in Oriya, it is referred to as Sabuj, the age of green. Jaishankar Prasad, Nirala, Sumitra Nandan Pant and also Mahadevi (Hindi); Vallathol, Kumaran Asan (Malayalam); Kalindi Charan Panigrahi (Oriya); B.M. Srikantayya, Puttappa, Bendre (Kannada); Viswanath Satyanarayana (Telugu); Uma Shankar Joshi (Gujarati), and poets of other languages highlighted necromancy and charming subjectivity in their verse. The poets of Ravikiran Mandal (a team of 6 poets of Marathi) searched for the concealed reality in Nature. Indian romanticism is stuffed with mysticism– not like English romanticism, which wants to damage puritanic irons, looking for pleasure in Hellenism. The charming trend of the contemporary times adheres to the custom of Indian verse, where romanticism suggests the Vedantic (the ideology of one Fact) oneness in between Nature and man, even more along the lines of Vedic importance and not Paganism. Muhammad Iqbal, the greatest poet that Urdu had produced, second just to Ghalib, underwent initially been a romantic-cum-nationalistic stage in his verse. His most beautiful collection of Urdu rhymes is Bang-i-Dara (1924 ). His quest for Pan-Islamism did not discourage him in his concern for humanity at large.