Stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis) and leaf rust (P. triticina) are mostly occurred either single or both almost all the wheat growing. In total of 111 and 128 leaf samples respectively were collected in 2018 and 2019 from different districts at 62m to 3164m from sea level. The samples were analyzed for pathotypes at ICAR-IIWBR, Shimla. From the survey data, the situation of yellow rust was moderate to high susceptibility in 80% samples during 2018 but it was reduced in 60% in last season crop. Similarly, the situation of leaf rust was 88% samples had susceptible reaction in 2018 that was also reduced in 60% during last year. Nearly two third parts of samples of yellow rust and leaf rust represented from mid hill and plain respectively. Likewise, more than 10% samples showed the distribution trend of yellow rust toward plain and leaf rust to hill altitude region. In 2019, the incidence of yellow rust was increased in high hill area compare to 2018 whereas the severity of yellow rust in plain was medium level than in 2019. Severity level of yellow rust was high in mid hill area in 2018 than 2019. The incidence of leaf rust was recorded all the wheat growing area. In 2018, the severity of leaf rust was moderate to high level but it was low to moderate during last year. Rust is widely occurred across the country and the scenario of rust pathotypes and their reaction are usually varied in every year depending upon the genetic diversity and climate. The pathotypes 46S119 and 78S84 of P. striiformis and 121R63-1 (THTTQ), 121R63 (THTTS), 49R45 (QPTHL), 109R31-1 (TGTTQ), 29R45 (FHTKL), 5R37 (FHHTL) pathotypes of P. triticina were the commonly recorded. Monitoring races is necessary for successful planning to manage the rusts by deploying effective genes for resistance.