Olfactory loss is one of the most common non-motor symptoms in Patients with Parkinson’s disease. ROI based functional connectivity analysis was performed on 10 healthy subjects (HC, 6M/4F, mean age=57±4.5 years) and 10 subjects with Parkinson’s disease (9M/1F, mean age=57.7±5.6 years) with olfaction fMRI (floral smell). Altered olfaction linked functional connectivity was present for amygdala, insula and cingulate gyrus in PD. Functional connectivity for olfactory cognition (hippocampus/orbitofrontal) was found intact in both the groups. Primary olfactory structures are more affected compared to the upstream structures, leading to the observed olfactory impairment.