People look up to the sky, to the soil, to the rivers, and they know that climate change' the buzzword that is new to them has begun to change their lives, without their consent or doing. Temperatures are soaring and dipping abnormally; rains tease farmers until the earth is scorched, or lash out until all that has ripened goes under a white bed of flood. This wild dance of nature, worsened by humanity's inconsiderate lifestyles, is in stark visibility in the Indian countryside, and among India's poor. The struggle for people survival and for the survival of their future generations through the survival of the ecology is as diverse as author's country and her home. The urban folk looked down upon them, and the Times of India the largest selling newspaper in India, and in the world complained about the traffic jam they had caused, which led to many people missing out on their appointments.