Maharashtra is facing drought since almost a decade now. Due to consecutive drought like situation, level of water in Water Bodies has decreased drastically and is affecting the socio-economic condition of the farmers and community badly. Gorwa is an agriculture dominated village in Barshi Takali Taluka with a population 1000 to 1200 people. Inadequate availability of water for irrigation was the main concern for the farmers. Basically the top soil cover got vanished and only rocky land was available. To get a better yield of crop ample availability of water is required. Due to undulating topography and considerable sloppy land, rainwater use to flow downward speedily. Village Head (Sarpanch) approached the Government to conduct the water conservation work in the village. Under ‘Sujalam Suphalam’ Naala deepening, farm pond, CCT, deep CCT, and all such works were executed on a large scale with the help of the Social Forestry Department, Agriculture Department, and ZP minor Irrigation department. Villagers are expecting that in the coming year rainwater will get stored in these water structures and will help them in farming.