This paper presents the design and simulation of patch antenna loaded with metamaterial called Complementary Split Ring Resonator (CSRR) with increased gain and bandwidth suitable for wireless applications such as satellite, TV and radar applications. FR4 substrate with dielectric constant (εr ) of 4.4 is used. The radiating patch consists of CSRR structure fed by microstrip line to achieve triple(C, X, Ku ) band characteristics. The proposed antenna is designed and simulated using Ansys High Frequency Structural Simulator (HFSS). The proposed antenna with 4 rings having a resonant frequency of 7.662, 9.8510, 10.9455, 11.8410, 12.7365 and 13.7315GHz and the bandwidth of 230, 1090, 640, 580, 620 and 2000MHz respectively. The proposed antenna with 6 rings also having a resonant frequency of 7.7615, 9.9525, 11.0450, 11.9405 and13.7315GHz and bandwidth of 160, 1130, 490, 1360 and 1480MHz are achieved. The proposed antenna is analyzed in terms of return loss, VSWR, gain and bandwidth. The electric field and surface current distribution were observed for the proposed antenna having 6 rings.