Wild rice (O.rufipogon and O.nivara) grows widely in their natural habitats in the main rice growing areas of India. It is generally 2-6 feet tall and has long, flat, pointed leaves and stalk-bearing flowers. It has survived for thousands of years in the nature and has adapted to extreme conditions like water logging, drought, saline and acidic soils. Hence it is expected to harbor genes for resistance to different kind of biotic and abiotic stresses. Eastern and North-Eastern India are important areas of rice diversity where large numbers of wild rice grow in their natural habitats. This web portal database provides information on 306 accessions of wild rice, of which 58 accessions of O.rufipogon and O.nivara were obtained from the NBPGR, New Delhi while the remaining 248 accessions were collected from different districts of Eastern Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh. This database contains information on geographical location and morphological characters of each of the accessions.