Climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing the world today. Agriculture and Climate are mutually dependent. There is a need to understand the effect of climate change on agricultural sector both at Global and as well as at regional level, especially from the point of view of providing food to vulnerable section of the population. With unpredictable weather, farmers keep changing crop management practices by growing resistant varieties and be prepared for constant change in the farming practices. Impacts of climate change are diversified and need to be understood, so as to workout pragmatic strategies to mitigate ill-effects of climate change. With this background, this study has been designed to understand farmer’s perception about the changes in climate and their adaptation measures initiated in Eastern Dry Zone (Zone-5) of Karnataka, India.