India is emerging as a leader in international surrogacy and a destination in surrogacy-related fertility tourism. Indian surrogates have been increasingly popular with fertile couples in industrialized nations because of the relatively low cost.1 Commercial surrogacy is legal in India, as recognized by the Supreme Court of India in 2002. The desire to procreate is a very fundamental attribute of the human race. Sadly though, many are denied the joy of parenthood due to several reasons, biological or otherwise. With the development in reproductive sciences, and technologies the barriers to parenthood are no longer as formidable as they once were. Thus has accelerated the need for Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) like surrogacy. This paper has made an attempt to analyze the concept of surrogacy, the legal issues and dispute arising out of the surrogacy and some of the provisions of the newly drafted Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART)Bill 2014.