Johad, popularly known as pond, is a well known traditional system of water harvesting for lean periods in several parts of peninsular India. To get a bucket of drinking water is a struggle for most women in the country. The virtually dry and dead water resources have leave to acute water scarcity, affecting the socio-economic and environmental conditions of the society.The drought conditions have pushed villagers to move to cities in search of jobs, whereas women and girls are trudging still further. There is a time loss in fetching water can very well converted into financial gains, leading to a better life for the family. Johad movement initiate a change in socio- economic scenario i.e. migration reduce, women status, marriage, unity, production of crops, milk and fisheries. To overcome water crisis, the people in this state are starting voluntary movement in many places for restoring/arranging water supply with indigenous method. Therefore many socio- economic conditions are improving and also environment.