This paper discusses the efficient ways of producing water from the unconventional source of air and implementing the process in a way that the overall cost is reduced. The most treacherous crisis prevalent in developing countries is water scarcity. Especially in India where agriculture contributes to approximately 60 percent of GDP and a primal source of income, this crisis has harshly affected the lives of the farmers. In such a scenario, Air to Water Machines (AWM)/ Air to Water Generators (AWG) can be the optimum solution. Usually, the drought stricken regions of Odisha like Ganjam and Jagatsinghpur have an average humidity of 40 percent throughout the year. This implies that in every cubic meter of air, there are 7.18 milliliters of water. Sadly, it remains untapped and hence, wasted. But, using Air to water Machines, we could tap the moisture and harness it into potable water. In this paper, we would be analyzing, to what scale, this untapped source can be utilized by comparing chiefly three non-traditional methods i.e., Air to Water generators, Thermoelectric coolers and hygroscopic processes on the basis of their overall viability and proposing modifications, in order, to improve the efficiency. After conducting the comparative study, an optimum method could be obtained and thus using its principle, a theoretical model would be developed, with modifications like reducing power usage by adding solar panels and piezoelectric generators. This could be set up in drought stricken regions with air humidity higher than 30 percent.