Hypertension is defined as the elevation in the blood pressure level which might place the patient at an increased risk for target organ damage in several of vascular beds including Heart, Large Conduit Arteries and other main functional body organs (Kidney, Brain, and Retina). The risk of heart failure depends on the gender. The risk is generally increased by 2 fold in men and 3-fold in women. The uncontrolled and prolonged elevation of BP can lead to a variety of changes in the myocardial structure, Coronary Vasculature and Conduction System of the Heart. Hypertension accounts for 25% cases of heart failure. In elderly, it accounts for 68% cases of Heart Failure.