This is the story of North Bengal Tea Garden workers who are surviving on just Rs. 95 as their daily wages. These workers are basically from Adivasi group. Adivasi is an umbrella term for a heterogeneous set of ethnic and tribal groups considered the aboriginal population of South Asia. Adivasi make up 8.6% of India's population or 104 million, according to the 2011 census, and a large percentage of the Nepalese population. These were migrated from Jharkhand and forced to work in tea gardens since British era and are still fighting to survive within Rs 95. This story reflects the habitat of “Sawariya” group of tribes, their daily routines, habitat, food, living, clothes. I covered this story as these groups are working continuously in tea gardens and in the name of returns, gets only mere Rs. 95/-. When asked about the same I got the reply that we are habitual of this kind of behaviours from babusahebs (Supervisors) ad can’t do anything about it. Hence, one can imagine the situation they are living in. There is no proper sanitation or electricity or water supply in this area of Pannikumari, North Bengal.