Load of poisoning cases reported in India is gradually on the rise. As the accidental poisoning in children is often an emergency both for the family and the internist, notwithstanding death due to poisoning in theses age group is considerably low, still it constitutes a major bulk of hospitalization in comparison to the total case reported. This poisoning may be accidental, homicidal or suicidal. In the current scenario, accidental poisoning is the most prevalent in the age group of 1-6 years 1 clearly revealing that the child inquisitiveness and adult carelessness are equally responsible as casual factor. Sometimes exposure to non-poisonous substances or suspected poisoning necessitates hospitalization and increase unnecessary burden to the hospital.