Karonda (Carissa congesta Wight Syn. Carissa carandus Auct.) is a unique under exploited fruit crop, which is a hardy shrub with green foliage and thorns. Its sweet ripe as well as unripe acidic fruits are of economic importance, which are a good source of vitamin ‘C’, iron and phosphorous. It is a cross pollinated crop and lot of variation is noticed in the seedling progenies. Asexual methods of propagation of karonda are best for maintaining purity of promising types. It is known to be difficult to root plant. In present book, precious information on methods of propagation of karonda by raising of seedlings by various seed treatments, by hard wood cuttings treated with different concentrations of IBA in various media and humidity conditions and by softwood grafting by using various maturity of scion sticks and polythene bag cover are discussed. This book will be beneficial for academicians, researchers and students in horticulture and allied fields. It will also be beneficial to farmers and nursery men engaged in plant propagation. It will provide guidelines for the research work on under exploited fruit crops in tropical conditions.