<b>Language through Literature through Language</b> This paper enumerates how the sound empirical footings have strengthened the symbiotic relationship between literature and language. Based on reductive interpretation many teachers regard literature as inappropriate to the classroom of language, but the fact however remains that literature and language both are indivisible and their roles are not contradictory but complementary to each other. In the last decade or so the interest in literature as one of the most valuable language teaching resources available has revived incredibly. Many language teachers believe that literary texts make language acquisition more use focused instead of form focused. Language class becomes exciting and reciprocating with impulsiveness and interest. Literature is constituted by language and it represents one of the most recurrent uses of language. This paper also discusses the reasons for the demise and resurrection of literature as an input for language classes and the benefits language learners can derive from the inclusion of literature and also examine how literature has its own complex role. To mediate changes in pedagogic practice it is the responsibility of language teachers to increase the effectiveness of language teaching for the exploitation and exploration of the symbiotic relationship, Sure we are, if this relationship is harnessed with sedulous attention it would lay a red carpet for a long way bringing high level of efficiency and synergy. Language, Literature, Relationship, Interrelation, Symbiotic 16-20 Issue-5 Volume-1 Vineet Kaul