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To identify the number of primi parous mothers who follow the successful breast feeding practices immediately after delivery in two weeks’ postpartum period. To identify the number of prim parous mothers who don’t follow the successful breast feeding practices In this study the women who underwent Cesarean section (37.14%) have more health issues that may affect breast feeding practices. Prenatal counselling had significant relationship with breast feeding practices. So ,counselling should be given antenatally to the mother for success of breast feeding practices. pre pregnancy BMI (>30) i.e obese patients are more likely to undergo cesarean section. This study is to identify the factors affecting breast feeding practices. Lack of prenatal counselling ,maternal attitude and employment status were found to be affecting breast feeding practices in our study population. Most of the mothers had family support.