A considerable amount of plant supportive top soil removal due to water erosion is a major concern for the agricultural dependent countries. The district Morena is one such regions, where top soil is a growing concern for centuries. A huge quantity of soil loss in the region experiences every monsoon season. Quantifying soil loss is a challenging due to its severely dissected topography. The objective of this study is to estimate and map the mean annual soil loss as well as sediment yield for different years in most severely soil erosion affected district of Morena in Madhya Pradesh, India. The Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation and Sediment Delivery Ratio with Integration of Geospatial Techniques have been applied using various open sources data to address the objectives. It has been found that soil erosion has been varied in 1985, 2005 and 2014 respectively. In the year 2005 the soil loss has been reduced compared to 1985, which has been higher again in 2014 (0–66.00 tons/hectors/year in 2005 increased to 0–67.10 tons/hectors/year in 2014), especially when the total wasteland have been reduced substantially, as wastelands are the major contributing area of jungle in the district. The area seems to be going through active erosional process which is subsided by the anthropogenic process in a form of ravine land levelling. The ravine levelled lands are prone to further soil loss in a long run. Therefore, proper management practice needs to be introduced to prevent further soil loss.