After NCF 2005, the term spiritual intelligence has become a widely discussed concept within the academic scenario. On various platforms including clinical psychology and educational psychology; spiritual intelligence has been given proper attention. Even the study of mental health and emotional intelligence is also associated with spiritual intelligence. Spiritual intelligence as defined by Zohar & Marshall (2000) “the intelligence with which one addresses and solves problems of meaning and value; the intelligence with which people can place their actions and lives in a wider, richer, meaning giving context; the intelligence with which one can assess that, one course of action or one life-path is more meaningful than another”. It consists of 45 items on a 5 Likert scale. Spiritual Intelligence Measurement Scale measures various dimensions of Spirituality. It may be used for research based on the general population. The age range of this test is 25 to 65 years and it is available in the English language. Time taken to complete the test is 30 to 40 minutes.