More the man is complete, lesser are the chances of unrest within. Man can see the invisible; he can hear the inaudible. The complete man has a conscience, creativity and reforming capability, determination and scientific insight. The complete man is not an individual, but a mix of Rabindranath Tagore, Vivekanand, Rammohan Roy, Mahatma Gandhi, Jamshedji Tata, Jagdish Chandra Bose, and the Common Man. The man may design but can he engineer a complete man? It is said that when systems are not engineered, instead allowed to evolve, the resultant whole is greater than the sum of its parts. There is another approach besides engineering, that produces something as complex as man, and that’s the evolutionary approach. The complete man can't be expressed in any one pattern. It has many colours and forms. Underneath all the variations certain fundamental assumptions show them all to be products of the same spirit, and that is the spirit of man.