Imagination Vs Knowledge Whatever a person can imagine, he can achieve if and only if the imagination lies within the human limits. Imagination and Knowledge being two entirely different aspects are confluent, and both of them are equally important to the humankind. Imagination is referred to as a person's creativity and ability to think and dream over the norms. It exhilarates either the development of a new concept or the improvement of a pre- existing concept by the virtue of thought process. Imagination may have no limits which may be ascribed to the fact that, a person's wants and needs are endless and also the demands for improvement of a concept have no ambits. For instance Albert Einstein was able to visualize his own universe(which according to him is inflatable), he could visualize the difference between the subatomic particles and the other objects, and could challenge the Newtonian mechanics which according to him was not valid everywhere, due to which he was able to beget a hypothesis. Knowledge on the other hand may be defined as a person's awareness of the facts, and his ability to develop the concepts and improvise them through calculations and manipulations. Knowledge equips a person to judge between right and wrong, and an axiom and a fancy. Also, it checks the validity of a hypothesis or an idea. Citing the above stated example, Albert Einstein would have failed to prove what he believed if his hypothesis was just a thought, and all of his imagination would have gone in vain if he did not augment his hypothesis with adequate mathematical proofs. Thus with the help of knowledge he was finally able to turn his hypothesis into a theory. Hence one can easily see that knowledge checks the validity of imagination, whereas imagination checks the ambits of knowledge. Furthermore, one may also ascertain that imagination may turn out to be a fantasy, and sometimes it may cross the ambits of human capabilities. Also knowledge may come to a standstill and cease if no new thoughts prop up. E.g. when a person of say, 16th century thought of landing on the moon, then people would have took him as crazy, because there wasn't much progress in the field of knowledge at that time, but when a person of 21st century thinks to do the same, then nothing hinders him which may be directly attributed to the fact that, now we all are very well conversant with the knowledge that is required in this field. So, imagination and knowledge appear to be hand in glove with each other and both of them are interdependent. Thus, one can easily infer that when imagination tends to go over the limit, then knowledge pulls it back forth, but when imagination ceases, then knowledge comes to a deadlock. Imagination and knowledge as stated above are therefore, confluent as on the one hand while, imagination shows a red alert to knowledge and prompts it to grow, then on the other hand knowledge gives a green signal to imagination and validates it with proofs.