|Ashish Sharma, Akanksha Goyal, Sunita Agarwal, Suman Bhansali|
Background:Various studies in India world-wide had proven that Tobacco consumption has increased to such a deadly level globally. It has been proved that long term consumption of Tobacco leads to various diseases leads to loss of life. Tobacco does not only affect the consumer but all the group of people surrounding him or her. Besides various Tobacco control measures by various organizations and individuals, uninhibited consumption of Tobacco is continuing. Behind Tobacco consumption time to time researches has been conducted to determine various factors leading to use of tobacco and reasons of failure of interventions conducted to change the behavior of people leads to quitting. Studies to understand the general Psychology of a consumer of Tobacco and non-consumer also been carried out to identify the difference of situation and various factors which leads to consumption so this inequality of factors can be removed leading to change in behavior. This review article has attempted to throw light on various specific factors such as Demographic and Socio-economic factors and encompasses all the other small factors which lead to Tobacco consumption.