The study was designed to study thermophiles but after experimental analysis we found that Brahnamella which generally survive in moderate temperature can sustain higher temperature also. It has been found that Brahnamella was the most dominant bacteria in camel compost. According to our knowledge this is the first report of any thermophilic bacteria from India in which one pathogenic organism got adapted to thermophilic nature and lost its pathogenecity. This study also generates several questions in our mind like; how a mesophilic pathogenic organism converted to non-pathogenic thermophilic organism. Expression of different set of gene is required to sustain that environment and what were the factors which functions as an initiator. Another big question is how organism lost its pathogenecity after acquiring that adaptation.