Pomegranate (Punica granatum), a small tree originating in the orient, belongs to the Punicaceae family. P. granatum is grown mainly in Iran, India and the USA, but also in far East countries. The most important use of P. granatum is as table fruit, but large amounts are used in the beverage and liquor industries. The pericarp, containing up to 30% tannins, is used in tanning leather. In Sanskrit it is known as “Dadima”, and Hindi as Anar and in Tamil as Madulai. The rinds of fruits are valued as astringents in diarrhea and dysentery. In folk medicine, dried pericarp of pomegranate preparations and the juice of the fruits are employed as an oral medication in the treatment of colic, colitis, leucorrhea, menorrhagia, oxyuriasis, paralysis and rectocele. This study deals with the pharmacognostic evaluation of the two variety of rind belong to punicaeae family which includes microscopic studies like transverse section of the rind. In conclusion in both the transverse section of the rind we observed the presence of epidermis, mesocarp, vascular strand and cuticle are seen.