The present Book 'Theistic philosophy of Tagore and Iqbal: A Comparative Study' is comprised of seven chapters. The first chapter 'Introduction', is prefatory in nature. It just introduces the main writings.The second chapter, 'The Development of Hindu Philosophy of God' brings out the development of the concept of God from Vedas and Upanishads and Bhagavad-Gita.The Third Chapter, 'The Development of Islamic Philosophy of God', provides an elaborate account of the Quranic concept of God. Secondly, it brings out the views of Mutazalites, and Asharites on God .It also features the views of Ghazzali and Ibn arabi, Sheikh Ahmad Sirhindi etc. The Fourth chapter, 'Theistic Philosophy of Tagore' provides a summary of Tagore's sources of thought such as Vaisnavism, Buddhism, Brahmo-Samaj etc. The fifth Chapter, 'The theistic philosophy of Iqbal' brings out an account of Iqbal's philosophy of God. God's fundamental attributes. such as Knowledge, Omnipotence,etc brought out by Iqbal. The Sixth chapter, 'Comparison between Tagore's and that of Iqbal Theism.The seven chapter,gives summary of Critical arguments against the theistic philosophy in general. The problem of evil has been outlined.