Deforestation is defined as the permanent conversion of forests including pastennes, shifting, cultivation, agricultural land and other activities. The annual rate of deforestation in India marks highest and the extensive deforestation hit the ecology of the country. The deforestation causes the indiscriminate felling of trees, overgrazing, rising the consumption of timber and forest products, damand for new agricultural land, fines destroy the full grown trees, young trees seeds etc. it resulted in the reduction of productivity of crop lands; there is massive soil, water and wind erosion, shortage of fire wood. Deforestation leads to melting of polar ice-cap, depletion of biodiversity etc.