Smart irrigation has become one of the primary concepts today as many edu- cated people in India are showing their interest towards farming. As we are the second highest in population all over the world we should have enough food to feed all. Agriculture plays a key role in food production. Food production is purely depending on monsoon conditions because all crops cannot yields in all climatic conditions. Based on the soil condition, climate people plan to cultivate that crop in their irrigation process. Even though the planning is easy the process is very difficult. As the Farmers in India were dedicating their entire life into farming the bitter fact is they are still struggling for their sur- vival. Their primary concern is whether the soil will support the crop growth, whether the crop will dry because of lack of rainfall or is there any chance of floods so that there is a chance that entire crop can get damaged. In the recent times as there are severe floods in India most of the farmers got huge loss. But they have got habituated in cultivating the same crop even though they know that there is a probability of getting loss this time. To overcome this challenge, we can use IOT sensors so that there is no need to worry about irrigation tim- ing as per crop or soil condition. As IoT Sensors are used to sense the data. It can be sensing the soil moisture, temperature, Rainfall or floods. It depends on the type of the sensor we use. The data read by the sensor will be sent to the actuator who performs action based on the data sent be sensor. This technique is very useful for the people who don’t have sufficient water .Sensor helps them in giving idea about their soil type so that they can cultivate the crop based on their soil condition. If we give proper awareness for the people in all these aspects then we can automatically reduce loss in cultivation and the one we who is feeding food will not die for hunger.