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The paper examines the “An Economic Analysis of Health Status of Working Women in India. There is a critical need to re-examine the assumptions existing about women's workload in programmes aimed at reducing work-time and workload of women in India. Women form an significant support of civilization and they are the primary caretakers in each nation of the globe, but still, they undergo more and have poorer health outcomes around the globe. Women in India face serious gender biases and are consequently more likely to experience disadvantages in their lives, especially when it comes to healthcare. Malnutrition, lack of basic sanitization and treatment for diseases all contribute to the dearth of healthcare resources available to women in India The study relies completely on Secondary data regarding the health status of working women in India. Data on working women have been collected from various ministry of health documents of India 14 years from 2001-2002 to 2014-2015 and Seven year from 2012-2013 to 2018 - 2019. Governments, women's group, religious structure, and local polities can also work join together to make sure that the services and information are available to save women's lives.