The commodity futures markets in India are one of the fastest growing markets in the world today. The aim of this research is to help develop a better understanding of these markets, as also their relationship with global commodity markets. This monograph will be looking at four aspects pertaining to the Indian markets. The first is the efficiency of Indian commodity futures markets since the opening of the multi-commodity exchanges in 2003. The second involves the integration of the domestic commodity markets into the global markets. The third examines the macroeconomic influences on the commodity markets while the fourth part looks at the pricing in the spot markets in the light of spot price volatility. The work endeavors to cover new ground in terms of research undertaken and techniques employed for a large number of commodities traded on the national multi-commodity exchanges. It adds to the existing body of knowledge on price efficiency for Indian commodity markets. Furthermore, the sections on global integration, macroeconomic influences and spot price volatility shed light on the various factors that can influence these markets.