Burn injury represents perhaps the vast spectrum of any form of trauma. Burns can happen to anyone, and in almost all cases, a burn is fully avertable. Welcome to Paperback entitled “Burn Mortality in North India-Epidemiology and Preventive Aspects”. A study about the causes and the magnitude of the fatal burn mortality which shows majority of deaths occurred in the reproductive age group with a preponderance of females who were unlettered and most of incidents were suicidal with septicemia & pneumonia as a leading cause of death. The approach to burn prevention, to be potent in a particular area, should be based on a sound knowledge of etiological patterns of burn injuries and must take into account the geographical variations and socioeconomic differences in burn epidemiology. High-income countries have made considerable progress in reducing the burn deaths rates, through combination of proven prevention strategies and through improvements in the care of burn victims. Advances in prevention and care have been incompletely applied in low- and middle-income countries. Increased efforts to do so would likely lead to remarkable reductions in burn-related death and disability rates.