To identify the health information sources and seeking behaviour of the tribal rural women of Kangpokpi in Manipur, a north eastern state of India, 42 married women of child bearing age are randomly selected for the study. Descriptive Statistics is used to analyse the data. The study found that health information sources used most frequently by the women are the State Government-run Community Health Centre (CHC), the Pharmacy, Private Doctors, and Specialist Doctors in order of their preferences. However, the women also chose non-scientific forms of treatment and informal health information sources like Family members, Friends, Priest, etc. as their highly trusted health information sources. The study also attempts to find the barriers faced by these tribal women while accessing their health information needs.