Media is considered to be an important factor which may influence purchase behaviour. But for medicines bought without prescription of doctors there might be some other factors which the pharmaceutical companies need to probe in.This study envisage about the relationship between Media influence, Personal Reasons, Marketing factors with Brand Experience. Around 236 questionnaires were distributed to women in and around Tamilnadu in the medical shops. The findings of the study show the best relationship by applying multiple regression analysis by using Statistical Package for Social Science SPSS (21.0). The results shows that the brand experience of Indian women (between 18 to 53 years) is not related with respect to media and marketing factors but they are significant with respect to personal reasons alone. This research shall favour the pharmaceutical marketers to understand about the brand experience of Indian women. © 2019, Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development. All rights reserved.