COVID-19, originated from Wuhan, China – the epicentre has eventually spread through the whole world and emerged into a pandemic. India has already become a hotspot for the virus, next to the USA, infecting 32.6 million as of 27 August, 2021. The pandemic has adversely hit all the sectors of the society all over the globe, where agriculture was not an exception. In India, small and marginal farmers are worst affected by the pandemic. The resilience of the agricultural sector has been tested by the COVID-19 outbreak. As per the World Bank, 80% of the world's poor living in rural areas depends on farming.