An examination of mycoflora and related mycotoxins was completed from dried market tests of stem segments of Tinospora cordifolia, a significant therapeutic plant of India. These examples were gathered from different discount and retail shops of eight regions of Jammu and Kashmir state viz., Kathua, Jammu, Udhampur, Rajouri, Poonch, Doda, Srinagar and Leh. A sum of 39 contagious species speaking to 18 genera were recouped by utilizing surface washing system. Evaluation of mycobial heap of T. cordifolia demonstrated the nearness of numerous such contagious species that are generally recognized as the most significant mycotoxin makers. Examinations of tests for mycotoxin tainting was finished by multi-mycotoxin discovery strategy. The dried examples of Tinospora cordifolia were distinguished to be polluted with aflatoxin B1, aflatoxin B2, ochratoxin A, patulin and citrinin. Among the different mycotoxins distinguished, aflatoxins were available in greatest number of tests, which is presumably in light of the fact that Aspergillus flavus was recouped from all the examined tests. In any case, fusarial species and their poisons were not recognized from the examined tests.