Mindfulness-based interventions involve a wide range of practices - both meditational and psychological. Western psychology put forward the concept of mindfulness which had a history of over 2500 years in eastern traditions. Brown, Ryan, and Creswell (2007) stated that mindfulness is receptive attention experienced at the present moment and a construct involving two qualities- trait and state. The former means the qualities that are stable across time, and the latter signifies the differences induced by the practice which do not remain over time. The attention improvement in mindfulness practice and attention deficits in ADHD, their consequent overlap in the therapy made the researchers more focused on the studies related to mindfulness-based therapies.