During stone ages, the practice of polygamy was widely accepted in all societies. With human evolution and civilization, it was realized that monogamy is better for institution of the marriage. The commitment of friendship, love, companionship and interest of the child keeps the institution of marriage alive. This institution is working well since centuries. Rights and obligations are integral part of the matrimonial relationship. Matrimonial law governs registration of marriage under personal law, restitution of conjugal rights, judicial/ non-judicial separation, divorce, maintenance, custody of child, maintenance of child. According to our Best Matrimonial lawyers in Chandigarh, the reasons of increasing divorce rates in India are compatibility issues, less respect to the institution of marriage, more acceptance to divorce and false criminal cases. This article is an attempt to give an overview on Matrimonial law in India to those who seek.