Introduction: In India there is a huge disparity among percentage of healthcare professionals in rural and urban areas. Majority of population in India lives in rural areas while more than 80% doctors serve in urban areas which imply that majority of healthcare serve only 20% or even less of population. To overcome the health care scarcity to rural population telemedicine and telenursing have shown potential to improve access to healthcare in a cost-effective manner, and to allow increased health literacy and personal well-being among patients Objective: Present scoping review aim to evaluate and summarize the findings of all relevant studies which uses telenursing as a delivery of health care services across the globe. Methods: The literature search was undertaken using PubMed, Embase, Medline, Clinical Key and Ovid discovery databases. The reference list of studies published from 2000 to till April 2021 were hand searched. Result: The result showed that telenursing services were begun in early 90s in abroad however, in India its was pioneered in 1997 by Apollo hospital but the still the horizon of telenursing in India is confined especially in terms of clinical practices. India being a disaster-prone country with an extreme geographical variation with a prevailing inadequacy of healthcare especially in remote areas, telenursing is still a vision for Indian healthcare system. Few barriers application to telenursing in India were documented as policy and social barrier, Lack of infrastructure, accreditation and regulatory bodies, skilled professionals and legal and ethical issues. Conclusion: In India, health care facilities are inaccessible in certain part of the country due to geographical variations, telenursing can play a pivotal role in facilitation of health care services to these areas just by overcoming the barriers.