We know what the value of our life is? But, there are situations in which it falls in danger and sometimes without appropriate steps that need to be taken, lives are lost. A drop of water is more valuable to a man who is thirsty, nearing to “death than a tumbler full of water when he is dead.” Yes, in most of the cases of injury, if first aid is provided successfully, the dangers to life are reduced to less than 60%. However, in most of the cases in which the injured is serious, lack of first aid leads the injured to his last breath. First aid is the immediate care given to a person who has been injured or suddenly taken ill. It includes self-help and home care if medical assistance is not available or is delayed. This project has been intention to be viewed as a pocket first aid guide which can be used for reference during emergencies. Readers may find guidelines which contain steps that need to be taken to give first aid for burning, bleeding, broken bone, chocking, asthma, fever, heart attack, stroke, head injury, seizures and a lot of other cases which first aid can prove to be the life saving action for adult and for child as well.