Live kidney donor evaluation mandates anatomical and functional assessment of the donor kidney. Dual CT angiography provides description of vascular, parenchymal, and collecting system. We compared the accuracy of Dual CT angiography with intra‐operative findings in 62 donors at our hospital. In 62 patients, single renal artery and vein was present in 83.8%. Double arteries on unilateral kidney were more on the left side (8.06%) vs the right side (0%). Double renal arteries on both kidneys were seen in 8.06% on the left side and the right side. Double renal veins were seen in 8.06% in CT and 11.2% intra-operatively. Single renal vein seen in 88.7% in CT and 83.8% intra-operatively. Late confluence of veins seen in 3.2% through CT and 4.8% intra-operatively. Therefore CT renal angiography can be adopted as the standard preoperative imaging modality for identification of vascular anomalies in live kidney donors.