Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common malignant tumor of skin. The most common site (80%) is head and neck, tumour also commonly seen on nose, eyelids, inner canthus of eye, behind ears etc. A number of histopathological subtypes of basal cell carcinoma have been defined. Out of which few are rare subtypes. BCC exhibits a varied morphology such as adenoid, keratotic, sebaceous, basosquamous, apocrine, eccrine or fibroepithelial. Adenoid type of BCC is one of the rare histopathological types of BCC which is difficult for diagnosis. Here we reported one such rare case of adenoid BCC.