This paper deals with the estimation of population mean under two-phase sampling. Utilizing information on two-auxiliary variables, a class of estimators for estimating the finite population mean is proposed, and its properties, up to the first order of approximation, are studied. Various estimators are suggested as special cases of this class. The performance of the suggested estimators is compared with some contemporary estimators of population mean through numerical illustrations carried over existing datasets of some natural populations. Also, a small scale Monte Carlo simulation is carried out for the empirical comparison.