Cervical cancer is a growing concern for women’s health in India, affecting about 122844 of them every year, according to the latest report. In fact, India accounts for nearly one-third of the global cervical cancer-related deaths. Cervical cancer develops due to the abnormal growth of cells (dysplasia) on the cervix, located between the vagina and the uterus. The development of cervical cancer often takes several years. It has been observed that unawareness about identifying the risk factors and the early symptoms result in delayed detection of the condition among women resulting in significant mortality. This makes it essential for women to be aware of the common risk factors and signs in order to be able to prevent it or detect it early to avoid fatalities.