The Raageshwari gas field is a relatively deep (3000m) unconventional volcanic reservoir with a gas column in excess of 800 m. Gas from the Raageshwari field is used to generate energy for production of waxy, high-pour-point crude in the nearby Mangala, Bhagyam and Aishwariya fields (which were discovered in January 2004) in Barmer basin, Western Rajasthan, India (Figures 1, 2). The gas reservoir has inherently low permeability, and hydro-fracturing treatment is essential for optimum production from the field. A series of hydro-fracturing operations have been carried out on the field and treatments optimized over a period of time. A recent fracturing campaign implemented a shift in perforation methodology from conventional e-line perforation to peroration using sand jetting through coiled tubing. This paper discusses the challenges that had been associated with hydro-fracturing work in the field and benefits achieved with sand-jet perforation technology.