The bonded labourers near Kodaikanal (Mulayur) are tribals, who were once the owners of the forest. Due to untold reasons these lands are being owned by Nadars and Chettiyars, under whom these tribals work as bonded labourers. We interviewed 80 families from this village. Of these only 50% of them had government given huts, which comprised of a single room. These bonded labourers worked over 8 hours a day. Their main duty was to work in the farms and forests owned by chettiyars and nadars, none of them have entered the school premises and the child labour is at its peak. Their work was at odd places, which prevented them from having lunch. They ate twice a day, which was not a square meal in the morning and in the night. Their pay as daily wage was partly less than Rs.50, which was insufficient to make both, ends meet. As the data is an unsupervised one we are justified in using fuzzy theory.