The first introduction of mutual fund in India occurred in 1963, when the government of India launched Unit Trust of India (UTI). In 1996, SEBI (stock exchange board of India) the regulator of mutual fund in India, formulated the mutual fund regulation which is comprehensive regulatory framework. And the income of the mutual fund takes in two forms they are dividends and capital gain. Mutual fund means a group of people collecting the money putting together and investing to buy shares stocks and bond. Mutual fund follow some principles and it work on that principle “small drops of water make a big ocean”.