A climate change hotspot, the Sunderbans is the most dangerous place to live in on Planet Earth. The threat of man-eating tigers, a hungry tide that washes away peoples homes annually make life in the Sunderbans extremely difficult. We take part in the cultural traditions of praying to the Bonobibi ( forest goddess), we follow the intrepid men of the forest department who saves hundreds of people every year from tigers, and take part in a conservation initiative to breed the highly endangered river terrapin in captivity. We follow the lives of fishermen and honey collectors, in the forest and the scientists who are counting tigers despite all odds. Finally, we bid adieu to the mighty Ganga, looking ahead at what it will take to save India’s most sacred.