||This paper is an attempt to understand the physical processes occurring in different layers of the solar atmosphere during a solar flare. For a complete understanding of the flare, we must analyze multi-wavelength datasets, as emission at different wavelength originates from different layers of the solar atmosphere. Also, flares are transient and localized events observed to occur at all longitudes. With these considerations, we have carried out a multi-wavelength analysis of two representative flare events for this paper. One event occurs close to the center of the solar disk and other occurring close to the limb. In the former case, we examine the emission from the lower layers of the solar atmosphere. Therefore the chromospheres, transition region and also the photospheric magneto-gram can be analyzed. On the other hand, in the near-limb event, coronal features can be clearly studied. In this paper, the first event studied is the M 1.1 class flare from the active region NOAA 10649 located at S10E14 and the second event is the M 1.4 class flare from the active region NOAA 10713 located at S12W90. In both cases, we have observed the excellent multi-wavelength data sets. The observations from multi-instrumental data (intensity-grams and magneto-grams) clearly show that flares occur in the vicinity of sunspots. These are regions of a strong magnetic field with mixed polarity.