Pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima), belongs to the family Cucurbitaceae with different species and cultivated all over the world for multiple purposes ranging from commercial to agricultural intentions comprising with decorative uses. It is believed that bioactive compounds of pumpkin have a protective role against many diseases, including hypertension, diabetes, and cancer and coronary heart diseases. Pumpkins are a warm season crop but can withstand cool weather. Pumpkin can be grown in various kinds of soil but sandy loam to loam soil is ideal.