One of the most feared symptoms of any disease is PAIN. It is a complex phenomenal experience, especially in children. Various methods and medications have been administered through different routes. Regional anesthesia produces marvelous postoperative analgesia and cessation of stress response in infants and children. Caudal epidural analgesia is the most acceptable and popular method of providing intra- and postoperative analgesia for abdominal, perineal, and lower limb surgeries in children. The use of preservative-free morphine as an adjunct to ropivacaine increases the quality and duration of analgesia despite the various side effects. Various articles use various doses of morphine as an adjuvant in caudal epidural analgesia. Hence, we conducted the study to compare the two dosages of morphine that is 20 μg.kg and 30 μg.kg of caudal epidural morphine for infraumblical surgeries with regard to its efficacy and safety and side effect profiles.