The surgical treatment of neoplastic and traumatic lesion of the liver by respective measures has increased in frequency and magnitude during recent years. With recent developments in surgery for effective grafting of liver, it has become vital to understand the vascular and biliary territories in different segments which can be isolated as units for partial hepatectomy and other local surgical interventions. Aim & Objectives: the aim of present study was to identify anatomical variations of hepatic vein, which might help for surgeons in resection and grafting of liver during surgeries. Materials & Methods: The study was conducted in the Department of Anatomy Index Medical College, Indore, on sixty adult human livers. The liver parenchyma was removed with the help of forceps & ramification patterns of hepatic veins were studied. Observations & results: The study was conducted in the Department of Anatomy Index Medical College Index. The observation recorded refers to topographical anatomy of structures at the hepatic hilum and the variations related to the hepatic vein. The intrahepatic ramification pattern of hepatic veins were observed in all the segments of liver. The findings were tabulated according to the measurements taken, analyzed and were statically evaluated using SPSS -16.0 version.