Ibn Taymiyyah (661-728/1263-1327) is one of the most dynamic and seminal personalities in the history of Islam. He struggled hard to revive Muslim society through inward animation and re-interpretation of its values in the light of a new spirit of ijtihad (interpretation of law) based on direct recourse to the Qur'an and the Sunnah of the Prophet (P.B.U.H). He was born five years after Halaku's sack of Baghdad and was in his teens when the Mongol storm inundated the astern world of Islam. He struggled hard to turn the tide. Mongol tribes were converting to Islam. Much of this had been due to the efforts of Ibn Taymiyyah. He came to be hailed as the mujaddid of his age. His thought influenced not only his contemporaries in the Muslim heartlands but reached far beyond. Muslim scholars in the sub-continent also became impressed by his ideology and his method of reformation. This article is an attempt to describe books, articles and theses written by scholars of Sub-continent on the life and works of Imam Ibn e Taymiyyah. It may be a fruitful attempt for the writers and researchers.