‘Education is the manifestation of perfection already in man,’ said Swami Vivekananda. This handy volume on education draws our attention to this fact through articles, stories and personal accounts of monks, teachers, students, scholars and commoners. The book, with striking photographs and illustrations, is a collection of fifty writings compiled from the archives of The Vedanta Kesari, the English monthly published from Sri Ramakrishna Math, Chennai. It attempts to discuss various aspects of education in its widest sense, the core being man-making. The book particularly calls attention to the key ideas of Yoga and Vedanta, which are of great value to educationists, parents and students. The traditional wisdom pages interspersed by the editor are worthy of integration in the classrooms.