This chapter draws some closing remarks on the style and variation of Indian English, viewed as a literary language, within a wider discussion of the role of English in the Indian context. The findings of the textual investigations presented in the previous parts are utilised to support the usefulness, validity, and strength of postcolonial stylistics as a new framework to approach and study literary texts by Indian English authors. This chapter encourages further research and application of the idea of postcolonial stylistics to other authors, styles, and genres, such as romance, graphic novels, and science fiction, suggesting that such an analytical toolkit can be employed for non-fictional materials too.