It is rather difficult to identify Indianness, which constitutes the salient trait of Indian Culture and Indian Tradition. The Book Indian Tradition: Its Continuity makes a modest attempt to identify this Indianness, and in its search after the same, it arrives at spirituality and the concept of solidarity of the universe, as also at the basic proposition that the Real is incapable of being fragmented into parts. In its five chapters, the Book tries to identify the significant tissues in the magnificent fabric of Indian Culture and to show how the concept of solidarity of the universe and divinity of the man appear and reappear in different systems of Indian Philosophy and diverse types of Religion. It also makes a modest attempt to show how the Indian view of accepting the Absolute as unfragmentable expresses itself in the speculation of Indian Grammar, which describes the real significant unit as an unanalysable whole. It further shows how the same sprit of spirituality continues in all forms and exercises of Literary Art, belonging both to the ancient and modern scenario. The book, thus, represents an exercise to analyse the diverse forms through which Indian Culture has expressed itself which the ultimate objective of establishing the fact that spirituality constitutes the vital life-sap of the Indian tree of civilization.