Literary value does not depend on the importance of a subject. Whatever one has truly felt, if it can be made sensible to others, will always be respected. If pictures which have taken shape in memory can be expressed in words, they will be worthy of a place in literature. From this point of view, 'My Reminiscences' by great poet Rabindranath Tagore, is as literary material that offers his memory pictures. Here, it is noted that these memories are not history or autobiography but original creations.