Population explosion is a major problem in India and also second most country in the world. Population grows in this manner India will become the most populous country in another few years and also have the more than 248 billion reproductive age girls .For combating this problem India has implemented many family planning methods. The extent of acceptance of contraceptive methods still varies within and between societies and also among different castes and religion groups. The present study was carried out with the aim to assess the practice regarding temporary contraceptive methods.30 reproductive age (15-45 years) group women selected by using randomized technique and data obtained after getting informed consent by interview method and data documented. Statistical analysis performed. The finding explored that out of 30 subjects majority of the women 27(90%) were not practicing any temporary contraceptive measures, 2(7%) women were practicing occasionally and 1(3%) women practicing regular temporary contraceptive measures. Education of the subjects will play an important role in the practices of temporary contraceptives methods. The present study concluded that furthermore education to the public is necessary for improving the practice of temporary contraceptive methods and also emphasizing the positive uses of contraception.