Liver is acommon site for many primary as well as secondary diseases which may be symptomatic or remain silent and diagnosed only on autopsy many times. The present retrospective study was conducted in department of Pathology during the period of 3.7yr i.e. (January 2012 to September 2015).Total1348 cases were examined. This cross-sectional study was aimed to know the incidence of various (symptomatic or silent) liver diseases and also to find out the type of liver diseases in relation to age and sex of the studied cases. The liver may get involved secondary to cardiac, metabolic and social problems like alcoholism. Section from different representative areas of liver were studied with the help of H&E and special stains wherever required. In this study various hepatic lesion were venous congestion (48%), steatosis (21.30%), cirrhosis (5.11%) hepatitis (3.62%), necrotic diseases (1.70%), granulomatous hepatitis (0.95%), metastatic malignancies (0.38%) and primary malignancies (0.15%). Venous congestion was the commonest finding followed by steatosis.