The forests of the world are a big carbon sink. About two third of the globe’s terrestrial carbon, is sequestrated in the standing forests, forest under kept plants, leaf and forest debris, and in forest soils (7).Attarsumba range has 23 villages. The total area of villages is 2,931.71 hectare, which covers about 26.02 % of total Gandhinagar Forest Division. Total number of species present in the range is 78.There is a major 10 dominated tree species selected for study. The maximum number of major trees species present in girth class 0-30 cm.The range is dominated by Acacia tortilis (Forsk) Hyne (2,41,040). It makes 41% of the total number of selected tree species (5,79,340). Carbon sequestration is the long term storage of carbon in oceans, soils, vegetation (especially forests), and geological formations (6). Carbon sequestration is the process of removing excess carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere.The total carbon stock of the major trees species in Attarsumba range is 46,093.55 ton. Out of which range has maximum carbon stock in Acacia tortilis (Forsk) hyne (26,096.57 ton). It has 56% of the total carbon stock of major trees species in range. The species Cordia perrottetii Wt has lowest carbon sequestration potential i.e. 25.15 tonnes. The second lowest carbon sequestration potential species was Phoenix sylvestris (L) Roxb (86.43 tonnes).