Measurement of blood pressure is one of the most important parameters for personal healthcare. Arteries are responsible for carrying blood from the heart to all parts of the body and the pressure of blood in arteries is measured in many abnormalities. The blood pressure is explained by two parameters. The highest blood pressure during heart pumping is measured by systolic pressure whereas the diastolic pressure measures the lowest blood pressure when the heart is not pumping the blood. For current work, the principle of light absorption is used to measure blood pressure in arteries. Light is more strongly absorbed by blood compared to skin or tissues and therefore, blood flow change can be detected by the change in intensity of light. This blood flow change is proportional to blood pressure and hence the blood pressure can be measured by measurement of change in light intensity.