Humane Architecture is concerned with the lived experience of form; a sympathetic architecture which guides people through life in a more comfortable and less inhibited way. It does not use form and materiality merely for effect, but manipulates them such that their inherent qualities become an emotional feature of the design and provoke a stimulating and rewarding relationship between buildings and people. This book is an monologue on the architecture and design of the Vidya Sagar Institute of Mental Health, Amritsar, Punjab, India, done by Architect Sarbjit Singh Bahga. This book describes the challenges in designing a mental hospital and the experiences of the Architect. The design considerations of each wing of the hospital are described along with the architectural drawings and photographs.