The brick factories of India become the main attraction of migrant workers and day laborers in the months of November to May. The families stay here for that period only and go back to their native places for the remaining part of the year. About 30 per cent of the children are in 5-8 age group, while the remaining are above 9 years of age. The children sometimes forced to do work there,they help their parents to mold the bricks, carry them to the baking center and let them dry under the sun.Children can often be found deep in water and mud ,dust and kneading the brick mix solution.More then 75 per cent of the migrated children aged 10-14 are working alongside their parents in the Brickfields. Incidence of child labor's quite predominant in the brickfields with almost all 8-14 years old children working with their parents;Sometimes children are forced to work to pay off their parents debts . These children do not receive any proper education because they are working .Lacking proper documentation the laborers are deprived of permanent employment and have to survive with their families in small shelters on the brick field property and this results in a drastic living condition for the workers and their families.These field represents a sugar coated curse for these families, as their children both work here and play when they are no required for their assistance. UNICEF and other non profit organizations trying to help and develop child labor laws in India but efforts are being largely ignored .