The present study is an attempt to investigate the socio-economic status of agricultural landless labourers in Indore district of Madhya Pradesh during 2007-08. Study was undertaken to analyze the income, consumption and saving pattern of Agricultural landless labour. Results indicated that a major portion of crop production labourers were employed on other farm in third size group (101, 69 male and female). Other then crop production labour employed in livestock and dairy production (52, 39 male and female), agricultural labourers employed in sale of livestock (46, 15 male and female) and labourers engaged in non-agricultural farm activities (11, 4 male and female). It was estimated that gross consumption on different items in different size groups were Rs.38910, Rs.218640 and Rs.646542 for first, second and third size group respectively. It was found that 93.33% labourers faced the problems of seasonal work, 88.33% unequal wage of male and female, 83.33% face delayed payment of wage, 76.67%, irregular of low quality employment, 68.33% lack of safety health regulation, 56.67% lack of low quality employment, 53.33% lack of employment opportunity, 41.67% lack of choice for work.