Morphometry means the exact measurement of the external features of landforms and a Mathematical treatment of them. This basis of exact measurement whether of drainage basins or stream characteristics or slopes is much used in Geomorphology. The statistical methods are used to show the relationship between precisely measured aspects of the landscape. Morphometric analysis is the framework within which the Geographer and Geomorphologist examines shapes and forms in space. The bases of morphometric analysis are generally Geometric, Mathematical and Statistical. Morphometric analysis of maps is intended to reveal and define, more clearly and precisely, selected attributes of the form, of the ground as represented by the map. The techniques of Morphometry is useful in rapid exploration and helps the map interpreter.