Land use/Land cover (LU/LC) change analysis is the present-day challenging task for the researchers in defining the environmental change across the world in the field of remote sensing and GIS (Geographic Information System). This paper analyzes the LU/LC changes between the years 2009 and 2019 in the region of Javadi Hills located in Tamil Nadu, India. Images from the Indian remote sensing satellite Resourcesat-1 LISS III and American earth observation satellite Landsat-8 were used for analyzing the LU/LC change for the study area. In this work, the classification was performed by using the hybrid approach of unsupervised and supervised classifiers. The classified LU/LC map for the study area defines forest and non-forest covered region. The key objective of this work was to identify the percentage of LU/LC change occurred in our study area for the years 2009 to 2014 and 2014 to 2019. Observing and examining the changes occurred in the study area provides a clear view to the land resources management to take effective measures in protecting the environment.