This book situates Allen Ginsberg's poetry and life in the Beaten, Beatific, Beatitude and the Buddha states. It uses stylistic analysis to interpret the poems. The book enumerates further research possibilities useful for scholars in the area and contains important bibliographic details. From the 1960s to 2012, we as a human race have succeeded in many areas but have not learned to handle the success well. The Beat movement has transformed itself into a serious academic area. With globalization, outsourcing as a tool, dissolution of time and values, skyscrapers, social networking, economic breakdowns, political turmoil, incompatibilities in every sphere, there cannot be a better time to study the Beat generation and its stance. The philosophies that they held hold good especially for the current times. There have been more meaningless wars and the rise of consumerism has turned the human race into money spinning zombies that have no time for reality but spend a good amount of their valuable time in virtual spheres. There is an excess of everything but no time to sit back and stare and, nobody to share anything with in the real world. The attempt to find answers continues.