T S Eliot is known for his typical critical concepts in literature. Writing on Eliot was not an easy task, nonetheless I, as a student of literature, have tried to express myself on the use and practice of the indigenous ideas like 'impersonality of poetry' and 'literary tradition' in an academic setting. I hope this will help especially young students understand Eliot in a better way and will also help and encourage me to read and work more on the writers of his class. Eliot can be termed as 'Mirza Ghalib' regarding sophistication and difficulties of his poetic expressions; every time you read them, you find yet new meanings and themes between the same lines. this timeless quality does not let them get obsolete and this is what will keep pulling the attention of researchers of every age to work on them from newer angles. I gladly welcome esuggestions to improve upon my work. I thank Lambert Academic Publishers for honouring me with publication.