In the changing socio-economic situation, the problems of the aged and the infirm are becoming more complex today. In India, the aged population constitutes about 6.5% of total population. A large portion of aged is living in the villages where the poverty is wide spread. The young people seeking employment outside the villages tend to leave the elderly persons unattended in the villages. The elderly are left in isolation and loneliness. They develop a feeling of guilt and inferiority due to dependence and dejection.