Human trafficking is a trade carried upon human beings which violates their human rights. The offenders traffic human beings, exploit them in various forms for financial earnings. The victims of human trafficking face many consequences as they suffer from mental trauma and a long period of exploitation even after they come out from such status. This paper deals with human trafficking in India and analyzes the causes and types of human trafficking. This paper is an attempt to analyze the trends and dimensions of trafficking from a human rights paradigm. There is a United Nations Convention on Transnational Organized crime (UN Toc) to intercept transnational human trafficking. Also, this paper describes the laws and acts that are executed by the government of India to shield the general population from these groups of crimes. In the end, this paper sheds some light on the role of NGOs, civil society, and the family and suggests some administrative and legislative measures for preventing human trafficking. As India at a fast pace becoming a source, transit point as well as a destination for traffickers, this research paper will have immense implications for future course.