Tuberculosis (TB) is a global health problem especially in the Indian subcontinent imposing significant physical, psychosocial and economic burden on the society. Most national programs define TB cure as completion of treatment with improvement in clinical symptoms, microbiological and radiological clearance. However, follow up these patients for long-term sequelae or complications has not got adequate attention. Post-TB lung disease, neurological deficits and spinal deformities are some of the post-TB sequelae reported in adults, with scanty data available for children. With this review authors attempt to discuss various post-TB disease manifestations and the risk factors associated with their development in children. They address the need to create awareness amongst physicians involved in managing children with TB and obtain more scientific data in this field.