More than 10 million people suffer from epilepsy in India.Seizures impact the lives of people with epilepsy and their family in many ways including creating barriers to employment and education and facing a sense of discrimination and isolation from their peers who donʼt understand what happens when they see a seizure occur. In India, epilepsy is still thought of as mental illness mainly due to lack of information on the condition among the general public. This presentation touches every aspect of epilepsy 1. Overview of Epilepsy; 2. Type of Seizures; 3. Diagnosis and Management; 4. Psychological Issues; and 5. Social Perspectives.