Customs form a part of social profile, through which social interactions are studied among the community members and between the community members and outsiders. Social interaction is a response of the participant in diverse social relations. Social interactions reflect the patterns of communication of a linguistic group. Since community of Sheikha Gal speakers have remained isolated from the other communities of the valley, they have comparatively different customs and traditions. Thus, the customary life-style related to the family reflects in respect of and submission to the patriarchal authority by family members, established relationships between parents and responsibilities in and out of family life; patterns of gender discrimination and so on and so forth. After undergoing the process of conversion peacefully, the Kashmir society at large developed the multi-religious character which, in the long run, has given rise to the ‘composite –culture’ in Kashmir. In this context there emerged the tolerance of and the respect for different religious (as well as non-religious) practices in Kashmir valley. This reality of the social life especially related to the local customs and traditions is still alive in the valley but such is not the case with Sheikha Gal speakers. They show total difference in accordance to the above mentioned phenomena .Certain customs and traditions in Kashmir valley have developed in different epochs of its history and these have emerged in rural-urban background. Certain religious and cultural trends have also shaped these customs and traditions. All these features have become the component of the customs and traditions in Kashmir valley. These cultural realities reflect in the guest-host relationship, material and other help to the neighbors, regard for and legitimacy of the elder-parents , for women and children their role, and help to children .But these aspects are ignored by the Sheikha Gal community members of the Kashmir valley.