Mangroves are unique trees which have adapted to survive in coastal marshy lands with high salinity and anaerobic conditions. The present study tried to investigate the pollination ecology of three selected mangrove species viz. Aegiceras comiculatum, Ceriops tagal and Rhizophora mucronata. The study attempted to create an in-depth understanding about the reproductive phenology, reproductive strategy, pollination ecology, embryology and the preference of different environmental conditions for the natural regeneration of three selected mangrove species. Evidently, the study has a great relevance for the management and conservation of mangroves as it creates scientifically documented field and laboratory based understanding about the natural processes crucial to natural regeneration and even reintroduction of different mangrove species.