Andrew Lang was a Scottish writer, poet, contributor to the field of anthropology and a literary critic famous for publishing a collection of folk and fairy tales. His childhood interest in writing backed by his prolific writing skills soon made him a published poet followed by great popularity as a writer. He wrote many columns and articles for some renowned newspapers and magazines like ‘The Daily Post’ and the ‘Time’ magazine. He further worked significantly as a historian and published various books on folklore, mythology, and religion including ‘Myth, Ritual, and Religion’. During this time he noticed that folk stories and fairy tales were losing popularity as they had been termed as harmful by some educationalists. He took it as a challenge and collected traditional stories by renowned writers from all over the world and published it in a book titled ‘‘The Blue Fairy Book’’. He received great appreciation for this book and was encouraged to publish more books in the series. It is an irony that a skilled writer was known for publishing stories he didn’t author. He was awarded the ‘Doctorates in Classics’ by a couple of universities including ‘Oxford University’. We have compiled some famous thoughts and quotes by Andrew Lang which have been extracted from the vast sea of his writings, poems, books and life. Go through the renowned quotations and sayings by Andrew Lang that will in a way help you revisit your fairyland.