Child marriage is one of the major social issues still prevailing in India. Though there is a decline in the rate of child marriages in India (United Nations, 2012), new forms of child marriage (Bride Trafficking) have emerged on a wide scale. As per the National Crime Record Bureau Report, more than 22,000 girl children were kidnapped for marriage in 2012. The Child Brides are usually bought from the poverty stricken source places like West Bengal, Orissa and Jharkhand and sold in destination places like Haryana, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. The lack of accountability in both source and destination places has resulted in the development of an organized form of trading of child brides. The 2013 report commissioned by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime has reported that organized trafficking rackets have started operating in Haryana, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. This whole system of buying and selling of children for marriage has simultaneously resulted into other forms of crimes like child rape and child labour among bought brides. This chain of crimes continues to be committed against children due to this lesser known form of child marriage. The lack of legal accountability has also encouraged and enhanced the rate of child marriages among bought brides.