Nature and human beings are close to each other for mutual existence and sustenance. The mutual interdependence, relationship between nature, humans, plants and animals has always been discussed in the history of human civilization at different periods, in different religions of the world. This book is about the interaction and interdependence between man and nature which is reflected through different religious practices followed in India. The religions like Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism through the interpretation of their ancient texts and Agamas all are agreed at a point that eco-theology are coterminous and synonymous. The spirit of humility and prayers are the two ways in which human beings can become part of nature and respect others. It is the duty of human being to protect, preserve and promote nature. In all religions, the life of the Gurus and saints are closely linked with nature and many rules and percepts are meant for the purpose of protecting and conserving the environment. All religions discussed how one could protect the environment and save oneself, nations, society and all creatures from natural disasters. This book attempts to illuminate how these Indian religions have addressed questions of ecology and environment and created a consciousness regarding the interconnectedness and interdependence of all natural systems. Thus, show the path of tranquility, peace and bliss in human life.