Background: Correct assessment of knowledge, atti-tude and practices can assist reformulation of malaria control strategy and form basis of appropriate health education messages.This study was conducted with the objective to assess knowledge, attitude and practices regarding malaria in Villagers Methodology: A questionnaire study involving 400 Villagers was conducted. A structured Questionnaire consist questions of knowledge regarding transmission of disease, symptom of disease, breeding of mosquitoes and control programs, attitude towards seeking treatment and practices, keeping the surroundings clean and use of personal protective measures were assessed. Results: Only 50% believed that malaria is fatal disease, only 33% had closed waterd rainage system in their houses and 62.50% practiced of throwing garbage in open or infront of their house. Seep-age of water was present in 42.37% houses.15% households did not use any type of personal protective measure. Conclusions: The study showed high knowledge regarding malaria but the attitude and practices on various aspects of malaria was not proper. There is need to focus on Behaviour Change Communication Strategy and improve the Quality of Life of people living in this rural area