Nowadays, physical health and mental health are the most discussed areas in our society yet we forget to ponder on the importance of emotional health. Our emotions are the main aspect by which we relate and connect with our physical surrounding. When we talk about mental health issues, we are not just concerned about the way we think but also how we feel and the way that our emotions influence us. We all understand that when we feel helpless or emotionally unstable, it also affects our physical health. In order to have a healthy mind, we need to have a healthy emotional state which plays a vital role in influencing our physical health and wellbeing. So both our psychological wellbeing and physical health depend upon our emotional state. They are supported by our emotional wellbeing.According to the Mental Health foundation, emotional wellbeing is defined as “A positive sense of wellbeing which enables an individual to be able to function in society and meet the demands of everyday life; people in good mental health have the ability to recover effectively from illness, change or misfortune”. The individual with emotional capacity know their feelings, well and are in control of them; they can read other people’s feelings and deal with them effectively. These individuals have an advantages over other in all aspects of life, be it professional or personal. Emotional intelligence (EI) which refers to “the ability to perceive accurately, appraise, and express emotion; the ability to access and/or generate feelings when they facilitate thought; the ability to understand emotion and emotional knowledge; and the ability to regulate emotions Emotional intelligence has turned out to be an interesting topic of psychology and many researches are being conducted on it (Law, Wong & Song, 2004). In the year 1990, Mayer and Salovey introduced the idea of emotional intelligence and for them it refers to the mental capacity of individuals to reason with emotions to develop thought while promoting intellectual and emotional growth. Many researchers have found individual differences in emotional intelligence (Mayer, Roberts & Barsade, 2008).Emotional intelligence does not only help in intellectual and emotional growth but it also promotes social mindfulness. Another research conducted shows that Emotional intelligence isn’t just characterized as perceiving and understanding feelings, utilizing feelings in subjective procedures and overseeing feelings, yet it additionally influences the administration of feelings and individual usefulness identified with people’s social mindfulness and points (Mayer, Salovey & Caruso, 2004). It is the field of intelligence that encourages us figure out how to perceive and assess others’ feelings while figuring out how to react suitably by utilizing the information identified with feelings and the vitality of emotions viably in our everyday life (Cooper & Sawaf, 2003). Emotional intelligence is as vital as the intelligence that can be assessed through IQ not in private but as well as in proficient existence of people (Acar, 2002). It consists of adaptive emotional functioning. Perceiving, under-standing, and overseeing feelings adequately in the self as well as other people are center skills involving EI (Mayer, Salovey, & Caruso, 2008).The idea of emotional intelligence originally spread in the field of basic psychology. At that point, it discovered its way into applied psychology, and emotional intelligence approaches were viewed as a solution for the issues in the field of present day occupation and learning (Matthews, 2003). One might expect that the behaviors and competencies associated with constancy, for example, directing feelings, adherence to objectives, and positive associations with others would prompt better execution. In line with this, Alessandri and Vecchione (2012) discovered that the meta-trait of constancy strongly predicted task performance among employees.The idea of emotional intelligence gives another quality to the person’s knowledge with reference to personal performance and recognition intelligence in long term capability to function. The emotional intelligence makes it able to forecast the attainment because it involves how individuals apply knowledge in a direct success. Emotional intelligence is a type of Social intelligence which is an indicator in uncommon zones, for example, instructive and work exhibitions. In the other word, it has a capacity to guarantee sentiments and joys by one and others(Baron, 1997).People who can comprehend and direct their feelings are able to generally keep up a superior perspective of life and experience better mental prosperity when compared with the individuals who can’t (Heck & Oudsten, 2008).Individual’s being engaged in inadequate relations and unsatisfactory social encounters on an individual basis may affect their lives to various degrees. This may lead to people isolating themselves from the general public and feeling alone. (Bulu?, 1997). Loneliness is often identified with as ‘the torment of the 21st century’ and is exceedingly predominant in western societies (Ronka et al., 2013). Generous amounts of researches have been conducted on the nature and assessment of Loneliness (Gierveld, & Kamphuls, 1985; DiTommaso, & Spinner, 1993; Russel, 1996; Russel et al., 1984), and numerous outcomes have been seen (Cassidy & Asher, 1992; Heinrich, & Gullone, 2006).A research was conducted to see the difference in emotional intelligence on younger adult and older adults. In the study emotional ability measured on 30 young adults and 30 older adults. The result showed that ability to decode emotions through verbal description have no age effect but older adult have less ability to understand the emotion through facial expression. (Louise, Rory & Roy Allen, 2002)Emotional intelligence does not only correlate with the age differences but it also correlates with gender differences. A research was conducted to examine difference in emotional intelligence on male and female age range from 17 to 76 years by using Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT). Result showed women have greater ability of emotional intelligence as compared to men. And middle-aged adults have scored high on ability of emotional intelligence as compare to younger and older adults. This research support the idea that during aging both gender and age significantly influence ability of emotional intelligence. (Cabello, Sorrel, Fernández-Pinto, Extremera & Fernández-Berrocal, 2016)It can be seen that emotional intelligence is useful in wide array of domains in life; perceiving and expressing emotions accurately improves understanding of the self and of others which is important in maintaining interpersonal harmony and social interaction. Regulating emotions mean that a person is an active agent in boosting positive affectivity in themselves.Psychology’s study of the emotional intelligence has expanded over the years such as various different aspects, all related to the emotional intelligence. These includes life satisfaction, self-esteem, social support and loneliness. Just as emotional intelligence influence life satisfaction, it also correlates with the feelings of loneliness. Thus, it is not a one way relationship the two variables can either promote or inhibit one another.There are four factors that contribute to emotional intelligence. The first factor is that of the perception of emotions. It includes ability to recognize and identify the emotions of self and others. It includes both verbal and non-verbal cues. Managing emotions in the self is another category of emotional intelligence which includes ability of a person to regulate and manage the emotion of the self and respond to the emotions according to the situation. Social skill factor includes a competent ability to communicate and interact with each other. Another category of emotional intelligence is utilizing emotions which facilitates thinking and give awareness of physical sensation. The way we use and perceive emotions are linked with the way we interact with each other and with feeling of loneliness. According to Zysberg (2012), The potential associations of loneliness with Emotional Intelligence (EI), a pair of its correlates (life satisfaction and a way of meaning), and several other background variables were tested Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) analysis provided support for the model, suggesting that the presence of EI, and size and availableness of somebody’s social network area unit the strongest correlates of loneliness.Loneliness is defined as a psychologically disturbing condition that affects a person’s position in his/her psychological well-being, emotional and physiological characteristics (Ernst & Cacioppo, 1999). According to Peplau & Perlman (1982), loneliness is the distressing psychological experience that happens when there is an error between one’s desired and real interpersonal organization, either subjectively (e.g., lack of close relationships) or quantitatively (e.g., relatively lesser number of friends). It is characterized as an on-going, argumentative subjective experience that nearly ends a person into isolation, as a result of self-perceived deficiencies in social relationships.