This article deals with the most critical journey of triple talaq and issues related to Muslim family law. From the beginning when Caliph, Umar decreed to give validity to talaq-e-biddat till the abolishment of this practice in India. This paper also ascertain various interpretation since Muslim law is not codified and subject to Sharia law. Covering the move of Judiciary from Shah Bano to Shayara Bano and exhibiting the transformations/Up & downs in the development of Muslim personal law in India. This paper also highlights “The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill, 2017” along with aim and objectives of the bill and concludes with some interesting analyses. Objectives of Paper: To focus on the validity of triple talaq in India to protect the fundamental rights of Muslim women guaranteed by the Constitution of India. Research Methodology: The paper is based on primary data collected from Books & Articles and secondary data collected from internet, newspapers, magazines and journals.