There are many working models of natural farming all over the world, the zero budget natural farming (ZBNF) is the most popular model in India. Andhra Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat are the leading States and other States like UP, MP, Odisha, Chatisgarh and UK are also promoting natural farming. Due to diverse agro climate and strength of traditional knowledge, practicing farmers there are lot of scopes for taking up natural farming in our country. Natural Farming improves soil fertility, environmental health as well as helps in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and also promises the enhancement of farmer’s income. In broad terms, Natural Farming can be considered as a prominent strategy to save the planet Earth for future generations. It has the potential to manage the various farmland practices and hence sequester the atmospheric carbon in the soils and plants, to make it available for plants.