One of the most fascinating aspects in the life of birds is their breeding phase, which is intimately tied to the distribution and abundance of food resources in their environment. However, food is not evenly distributed in space and time, and this is thought to have been one of the factors affecting the evolution nesting strategies. The current study includes nest architecture, nest-site selection, clutch size, nestling growth, parental care and breeding strategy etc. During the study nine species of Passeriformes were observed nesting in the area. Two species of weaver birds nest in pendant type nest, two species of swallow nest in mud nest, White-throated Munia, Tailor bird, Red-vented Bulbul, Sykes's Crested Lark and Common Babbler nest in domed or ball shaped nest. They build nests in leaves stitched together, cup shaped nest of grass, simple scrapes in ground and twig nest respectively.