This book is to analyze Lexical Diversity and Stylistic Variation, with a view to describe the massive use of Indic elements in Urdu Poetry. It helps in comparing the stylistic variations between Modern Urdu Poetry and Classical Urdu Poetry. Its critically describes the Stylistic devices used by Ibn-e-Insha in his poetry. It is divided into four distinct chapters comprehensively covering ideas about the concept of “Style” and traces its historical introduction, “Poetic Genres”, sources of lexicon, linguistic trends, description of lexical diversity, lexical choices at various levels such as phonological, morphological, syntactic and semantic levels, describes lexical deviation which also deals with phonological, morphological, syntactic and semantic levels. It remains the most preferred guide for scholars and teachers who wish to have a better understanding of research in stylistics.