This paper delves into the realm of ecocriticism in the literary works of acclaimed Indian author Amitav Ghosh. Recognized for his ability to weave intricate narratives that intertwine history, culture, and the environment, Ghosh’s novels present a rich tapestry of human experiences set against the backdrop of ecological challenges.The paper explores how Ghosh employs ecocritical perspectives to articulate the intricate connections between humans and the environment, offering nuanced reflections on the impacts of globalization, climate change, and human activities on the natural world. By analyzing The Hungry Tide, the Ibis Trilogy and The Great Derangement, this paper aims to illuminate Ghosh’s contribution to the environmental discourse within the context of contemporary literature.

Key words: Ecocriticism, environment, literature