The housing style in Humla is exceptional. The houses are terraced or multi-story, contingent upon the incline of the territory. One family's rooftop is the yard of the other, and access is by logs with scores as stepping stool rungs. Smoke from the hearth goes through the smokestack opening, essentially a gap in the roof. Little rooms, contingent upon the abundance of the family units, are orchestrated around the passage hall and the kitchen room, with just basic furniture, the minimum necessities for cooking and dozing. The house writes contrast little from one ethnic gathering to the next, however for the most part it is less demanding to visit people groups of the Tibetan-related groups, for example, Nyinba, Byansi, Limipa Khampa and different Jads, instead of the Chhetri-Thakuri conventional Hindu standings who are more saved and may have hindrances against inviting you inside.